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[atlarge-discuss] Re: [ALSC-Forum] icannatlarge.com security issue

Bill and all stakeholders or interested parties,

William S. Lovell wrote:

>    Bruce:
> Ah! Something I can respond to! (I've used up my 5-post limit on
> ga@dnso.org.)
> Anyway, you never know what to expect from Danny. He is now speaking
> of
> there being "No At-Large and No GA." With his attacks on
> icannatlarge.com, he also
> advocates "no icannatlarge.com." In other words, anarchy. ???

  I think Danny is not satisfied with how things are going with
ICANNATLARGE.COM.  Frankly in part I must agree with
Danny if this is where he is coming from.  Your right that it is
difficult to know where Danny is coming from much of the time

> I've been babbling with Ross Rader, who has advocated not taking the
> time to expand #1 with whereas clauses, preambles, and the like, this
> (May 10) being the deadline.

  Babbling seems to be much of what Ross is putting forth of late.  I
am quite surprised at that from Ross...

> I told him I had no problem with that, since we can always have a more
> detailed #2, whatever happens to #1. (I should be listed as a
> supporter of #1, by the way -- not that it makes much difference.)
> Question is, though, should we do a #2 in ga@dnso.org, in
> icannatlarge.com, or both?

> Bill Lovell
> Bruce Young wrote:
> >Joanna Lane wrote:
> >
> >>I am shocked that anybody but a paid saboteur would want to make
> such a
> >>viperous attack on this democratically run grass roots movement that
> has
> >>
> >the
> >
> >>best of intentions.
> >>
> >
> >I have no evidence of payment, but Danny has obviously joined the
> Dark Side.
> >At this point I have to unfortunately trat anything he posts as
> suspect.
> >Sad.  I always considered him a fellow traveler.
> >
> >>. . . there is no question in my mind that the Steering Committee is
> >>holding the new organization to higher standards than the ICANN
> Board
> >>would have it do with respect to the public trust, something they
> have
> >>consistently betrayed.
> >>
> >
> >I share both sentiments.  We need to steer the steady course we
> started on,
> >and use ICANN's fall from grace as a negative role model.
> >
> >Bruce Young
> >Portland, Oregon
> >Bruce@barelyadequate.info
> >http://www.barelyadequate.info
> >--------------------------------------------
> >Support democratic control of the Internet!
> >Go to http://www.icannatlarge.com and Join ICANN At Large!
> >
> >
> >

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