Re: [ga] ICANN Board unanimously approves .biz/.info/.org registry agreements by 13-0
need to work on that whole 5 minutes per email thing Veni. I respond to an
average 400 emails per day and handle that much quicker. No one is saying
you did not put any time into this. That is not an issue. However, the
understanding of the position you were in is an issue. This is why I ask the
questions over and over again so I and others can understand the mentality
that runs the ICANN BoD and your mentality toward those issues personally.
Please define: Bottom-up Consensus as it applies to ICANN and the issues it
Please list; Your reasons that you believe that the renewal agreements
should have passed even though it went against the public comments.
Chris McElroy aka NameCritic
----- Original Message -----
From: "Veni Markovski" <veni@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2006 11:01 AM
Subject: Re: [ga] ICANN Board unanimously approves .biz/.info/.org registry
agreements by 13-0
Thanks, Michael -
a very positive message; one of the not so many in the last days.
I've made some calculations on the time being spent on the Board, which
may be of help in your future work: http://blog.veni.com/?p=59
I have information from at least one other (current) director that his
time calculations are very close to mine.
At 08:43 AM 12.12.2006 '?.'Ъ▄Ж -0500, Michael Froomkin - U.Miami School
of Law wrote:
If you would like good Board members, I urge you to get good people to
submit their names for consideration by the NomCom.
I'm serving on it again this year would be happy to exchange emails with
anyone needing more info about the application process. The deadline is
still a few months away, but it is time to start thinking of twisting your
(qualified) friends' arms.
It's important to know, though, that Board service is (1) a serious time
commitment -- many hours per week keeping up; and (2) unpaid - you get
full expenses, but no salary.
Candidates must nominate themselves, and readers of this list are
encouraged to do so.
http://www.icannwatch.org Personal Blog: http://www.discourse.net
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