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Re: [Membership] Re: NCDNHC favoritism?
To clarify, before finally leaving this thread, ICANN _has_ provided ICIIU
with an individual webpage, http://www.icann.org/dnso/NCDNHC_Update.htm, on
which we have posted exactly what Mr. Sondow supplied to us.
Again, please send further questions or comments on this topic to me
Now, let's get back to the important work of discussing the membership
Molly Shaffer Van Houweling
PM 5/4/99 -0400, email@example.com wrote:
>Diane Cabell a écrit:
>> An open invitation was made to *anyone* wishing to form a constituency, so
>> I cannot see any basis for a charge of favoritism. See
>Nowhere (see below) does it say that organizers will have individual
>webpages, designated with the name of the constituency, where they
>can editorialize, publicize, and provide links to the websites of
>their constituents. Neither the ICIIU nor any other constituency
>organizers, so far as I know, where offered that opportunity. If we
>had asked for it, we surely would have been denied it. That ISOC was
>granted carte blanche to use the ICANN website for propaganda is a
>blatant misuse of ICANN's authority, and deserves the universal
>reprobation of all DNSO participants.
>Page www.icann.org/dnso/constituency_groups.html says:
>"We will be posting information (below) about Constituency
>Group organization efforts as it is made available to us (via email
>to Molly Shaffer Van Houweling, firstname.lastname@example.org)." and "Organizers
>who hope to have a constituency recognized at the ICANN meeting in
>Berlin should prepare a statement of their criteria for constituency
>participation and a plan for a Names Council member selection
>process as soon as possible. These documents will be made available
>to the ICANN Board of Directors and posted on the ICANN web site."