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[atlarge-discuss] Re: [ga] Who speaks for the ALAC?
Danny and all former DNSO GA members or other interested parties,
I cannot really draw any conclusion from your post here as it relates
to the subject line, Danny. I am sure that there is a point that you
are attempting to make, however.
In any event, the better or more appropriate question as a subject
line might be "Who as stakeholders/users does the ALAC believe
they speak for?" From their web pages, it would seem that they
purport to speak for all stakeholders/users and the ONLY
"Atlarge" user representation ICANN excepts or respects.
Yet the ALAC has no individual stakeholder/user members
nor allows for such. Seems to be a very disjointed concept
and assertion as others have expressed in various
ways recently. But that's ICANN for ya! http://alac.icann.org/
> Listed below you will note an approximate word count of the contributions of
> each ALAC member to the ALAC discussion list last month.
> 0 -- Pierre Dandjinou
> 0 -- Clement Dzidonu
> 0 -- Izumi Aizu
> 0 -- Esther Dyson
> 6 -- Sebastián J. Ricciardi
> 400 -- Xue Hong
> 700 -- Erick Iriarte Ahon
> 1800 -- Vittorio Bertola
> 2550 -- Thomas Roessler
> 4000 -- Wendy Seltzer
> Draw your own conclusions.
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