Re: [gtld-council] Apology
- To: gtld-council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: Re: [gtld-council] Apology
- From: Avri Doria <avri@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 14 Jun 2007 17:18:20 +0200
Thanks for sending in an apology, and please accept mine for
misunderstanding your email.
I think that the suggestions for discussions on constituency
practices and impact statement consistency that you and Philip
suggested would be good points for a GSNO processes conversations
when the council gets back to that sort or conversation after the
Board finishes its work on the GNSO review and follow up.
On 14 jun 2007, at 17.03, Gomes, Chuck wrote:
I apologize for what apparently came across as an "accusatory"
question asked of Robing regarding the NCUC's impact statement
regarding new gTLDs. I did not intend it that way as I tried to
explain in earlier email responses to Avri and Mawaki.
I do think though that it would be helpful if we as a Council at
some point would discuss whether representativeness of constituency
statements should be a data point that is included with regard to
final recommendations we make to the Board. From the very
beginning of the DNSO, I have always personally believed that was
important. In the RyC we have imbedded that concept in our
Articles of Operation and have regularly implemented it in our
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