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[atlarge-discuss] Re: [ga] WLS/Policy
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- Subject: [atlarge-discuss] Re: [ga] WLS/Policy
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- Date: Tue, 21 May 2002 21:08:24 -0700
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Well you got me there, I do prefer to dance around the edge of the dance floor.
I had to go back five days to see what they were really yacking about.
No damned restrictions on membership is where I stand.
None of this crap about for or against the organization, no built in fee
requirements, no "have you voted lately" garbage. Funding is a separate issue.
I hope you don't mind me making your private post public, but that is the next
thing I hate, Cades' disclosure to today of private dealings made me want to puke.
Oh I think your post was excellent to be private which allows me the choice but we
ain't making no deals. (funny here in Cal it is called the Brown act) Everything
has got to be public and well noticed ahead of time.
So I am "fer" total unrestricted open membership.
(sorry I just can't seem to write a normal person sentence)
Don Brown wrote:
> O.K. I waded through the verbiage. Are you "fer-it" or against it? No
> compound adjectives or compound verbs are required. This may be below
> your plateau of engagement, but a simple "fer" or "against" will tell
> us "fer" sure, where you're "a-comin-from."
> Tuesday, May 21, 2002, 8:00:08 PM, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> ehtc> The following is the definition of Policy by my good friends M-W;
> ehtc> 1 a : prudence or wisdom in the management of affairs b : management
> ehtc> or procedure based primarily on material interest
> ehtc> 2 a : a definite course or method of action selected from among
> ehtc> alternatives and in light of given conditions to guide and determine
> ehtc> present and future decisions b : a high-level overall plan embracing the
> ehtc> general goals and acceptable procedures especially
> ehtc> of a governmental body.
> ehtc> Certainly the WLS is all about management of affairs and any bafoon that
> ehtc> suggests otherwise is illiterate. It is about what is allowable or not
> ehtc> allowable
> ehtc> by an ICANN accredited registrar. It is not technical.
> ehtc> The question is "should" ICANN allow them to implement the WLS POLICY.
> ehtc> There is absolutely nothing about this that is not policy.
> ehtc> Sincerely,
> ehtc> Eric
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