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Re: [ga] problems with GAC site.

Jeff and all,

  Jeff, Don't expect ICANN to correct ANYTHING in the near
future of any consequence.  They have steadfastly refused to
do so thus far, and I see not motivation for them to change
that unfortunate and unwise practice in the near future...

Planet Communications Computing Facility wrote:

> I  have a problem with the GAC site.  First off it's imposible to find it.
> Finally found it via some link at a university.  I was able to get details
> on the GAC membership except for the following who do not have contact
> email addresses:
>         GAC Representative Bangladesh
>         Mr. S. ATM Badrul Hoque
>         General Manager, Overseas
>         Bangladesh Telephone and Telegraph Board
>         fwd:ahassan@bttb.net
>         GAC Representative Gambia
>         The Permanent Secretary Department of State for Works
>         Communications and Information
>         The Republic of The Gambia
>         fwd:gambia@un.int
>         GAC Representative Mexico
>         Mr. Antonio Garcia-Alonso
>         External Affairs Director
>         Telecommunications Ministry
>         fwd:mexun@undp.org
>         GAC Representative Tuvalu
>         The Hon. Otinielu T. Tausi
>         Minister of Works, Energy & Communication
>         fwd:ukinfo@bhc.org.fj
> I've managed a work around solution for the lack of email addresses.
> Email communications for the Mexican and Gambia represented are being
> rerouted by their permanent missions at the UN, who are currently trying
> to look up these email addresses for me.  The Bangladesh reps email is
> being forwarded via Bangladesh Telephone and Telegraph Board, and Tuvalu
> email is being handled by the British Commonwealth Office for Suva -
> who have responsibilities for Tuvalu.
> Now - don't these people have their own email addresses.  I find it a bit
> unsettling that I have to communicate through diplomatic missions in order
> to get our message across.  The UN is a hodgepoge of gosip mongers and I
> think it more appropriate the information be maintained within a closed
> loop in order to minimize embarrasement.
> I request the DNSO and ICANN correct this error in communications.
> As perfessional communicators we gurantee we'll get our point across our
> only concern is that the exchange be painless.
> Regards
> Jeff Mason
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