Answer my own question, sorry for the confusion.
Dany used the original charter from the constituency foundation (August 99)
for amendments. I was referring to the charter Raul Echeberria sent to
ICANN on February 1 (or January 31st. Email to the NCC list is dated Feb.
1) <http://joy.songbird.com/ncc/orignewcharter.txt>, the charter I believe
ICANN recognizes, correct?
Shouldn't we be using the February 2000 version of the charter as the basis
>There are some changes in the new combined charter
><http://songbird.com/ncc/ncc-charternew.txt> that seem to have come from
>*Further, membership is limited to organizations that are not also
>*members of other DNSO constituencies. We recognize that some
>*organizations that are non-profit and engage in non-commercial
>*activities may be eligible for other DNSO constituencies, but in
>*order to focus the efforts of the NCDNHC, such organizations are
>*eligible for voting membership in the NCDNHC only if they elect not
>*to join other constituencies. They may, however, join the NCDNHC as
>Where did "observer members" come from and why was the other wording cut?
>Is the inconsistency between the "observer" wording and "non-voting" in the
>paragraph that follows it deliberate?
>Perhaps I lost some email while traveling, but the last message I think
>sent to our group on this subject was by me on Wed,16 Aug 2000, Subject:
>Re: [ncc-charter] Re: charter - question and some suggested new
>Needless to say I disagree with the new paragraph.
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