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[Comment-Dnso] RE: [wg-c] Straw Vote

Let's see: I  recommended against "voting".  So, when I say that "if I were
to vote" x.uy.x should apply, but since I'm not convinced that we (all of
us) have agreed that voting is a good idea, I'm reserving "voting" until I
get a sense from others who are working on this that "voting" is a process
they have agreed to... 

So, Chris, what's the recommendation?  Different circumstances can elicit
different "agreements". Thankfully, we are evolved organisms, and capable of
complex thinking...  Do I have to "vote" since I am still trying to
encourage the group to understand that "voting" is premature".


-----Original Message-----
From: Christopher Ambler [mailto:cambler@iodesign.com]
Sent: Monday, August 16, 1999 3:26 PM
To: Cade,Marilyn S - LGA; 'Rita M. Odin'; wg-c@dnso.org;
weinberg@mail.msen.com; Farber,Michele A - LGA; 'PSWG';
Subject: Re: [wg-c] Straw Vote

Hold on a second. I didn't agree with voting for a co-chair, but I
was told that a vote like the one below would not count, and that
I had to either vote or not vote.

Marilyn, please vote or not vote. What you did below is NOT
a vote.

Christopher Ambler
Personal Opinion Only, of course
This address belongs to a resident of the State of Washington
who does not wish to receive any unsolicited commercial email
----- Original Message -----
From: Cade,Marilyn S - LGA <mcade@att.com>
To: 'Rita M. Odin' <OdinR@arentfox.com>; <wg-c@dnso.org>;
<weinberg@mail.msen.com>; Farber,Michele A - LGA <mafarber@att.com>; 'PSWG'
<PSWG@listserv.aol.com>; <comment-dnso@icann.org>
Sent: Monday, August 16, 1999 11:59 AM
Subject: RE: [wg-c] Straw Vote

> While I don't support the idea of voting at this stage, should I vote, I
> would largely
> agree with Rita's outline and caveats. Marilyn Cade, AT&T