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Re: [ga] Re: [council] webcasting for DNSO/Santiago Meeting
Randy and all,
CNN and TBS have strongly indicated to me on inquiries that they will be
happy to provide live webcasting and or whatever other services for
the ICANN/DNSO Santiago meeting at no cost. To not take advantage of this
service is a strong indication that the ICANN/DNSO is NOT interested in
openness. Openness is an obligation...
Randy Bush wrote:
> devil's advocacy:
> the meeting is open. anyone may attend.
> that it is in a physical location inconvenient for some set of people is
> because it is in a plysical location which is convenient for others. this
> is part of global openness.
> there is no obligation on any party to pay for broadcast facilities so that
> the folk for whom a particular meeting is distant may participate. it is
> very nice when this can happen. but it is not an obligation.
> it would be quite inexpensive for the meeting to be video taped and the tape
> fed into an archive.
Jeffrey A. Williams
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