Re: [ncc-charter] charter amendment - non-voting members?

From: Kent Crispin (
Date: Mon Sep 04 2000 - 07:34:31 PDT

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    Sorry to be out of it for so long...
    On Fri, Sep 01, 2000 at 08:45:52PM +0900, Adam Peake wrote:
    > As I mentioned yesterday, our decision may have implications for
    > organizations applying for the travel grant and for the grant itself
    > (applicants must be "a member of the Non-Commercial Domain Name Holders
    > Constituency" <>.) And we
    > should be careful not to fall foul of Section 3a of ICANN bylaws,
    > Each Constituency shall self-organize, and shall determine its own
    > criteria for
    > participation, except that no individual or entity shall be excluded
    > from participation in a
    > Constituency merely because of participation in another Constituency, and
    > constituencies shall operate to the maximum extent feasible in an open and
    > transparent manner and consistent with procedures designed to ensure
    > fairness.
    > Please, some opinions on this from others. It should be decided before the
    > November ICANN meeting, so let's try and agree on something now.

    I think we have already run afoul of the ICANN bylaws as far as our
    "non-voting" membership rules are concerned. All the other
    constituencies allow full participation without regard to membership in
    other constituencies.

    Kent Crispin                               "Do good, and you'll be                           lonesome." -- Mark Twain

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