RE: [ga] ICANN website review: make surfing easier- please comment!
Dear GNSO Secretariat,
On the home page it states, "ICANN welcomes the participation of any
interested Internet user, business, or organization."
Please explain how an interested user can navigate the site to arrive at a
page that welcomes them, explains exactly how they may register their
interest and explains exactly what opportunities ICANN is offering at this
time for their participation.
Since none exists currently, then this statement is deliberately misleading
the very people for whose benefit ICANN purports to exist.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-ga@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf
> Of Richard Henderson
> Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2003 7:37 PM
> To: Karl Auerbach; GNSO SECRETARIAT
> Cc: GA
> Subject: Re: [ga] ICANN website review: make surfing easier- please
> Where, on the website, are the Registry Evaluation Reports, required under
> Appendix U of the ICANN-Registry agreements? Over a year ago, Stuart Lynn
> said ICANN had been busy and hadn't had time to ftp these reports. They
> should have been available for the public, to enable informed
> over 18 months ago.
> Where, on the website, is the specific documentation of the Proof
> of Concept
> NewTLD Evaluation process? It's publishings to date? It's precise
> for the next 6 months? next 12 months? I don't mean the Task
> Force report. I
> mean the actual Evaluation Process?
> Richard Henderson
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Karl Auerbach <karl@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: GNSO SECRETARIAT <gnso.secretariat@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Cc: GA <ga@xxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2003 11:48 PM
> Subject: Re: [ga] ICANN website review: make surfing easier-
> please comment!
> > On Tue, 2 Sep 2003, GNSO SECRETARIAT wrote:
> > > ICANN is beginning a review of its website.
> > > Answering the questions below would be of immense help to
> this process.
> > > 2) What categories of information do you look for?
> > Don't look on ICANN's website for anything that I've written over the
> > years - Despite my repeated oral and written requests spread
> over a period
> > of more than two years ICANN silently refused to put any of my writings
> > onto its web site even though as a routine matter it did so for other
> > board members and staffers.
> > Many of the materials on ICANN's website have more spin than a
> tornado in
> > Texas.
> > --karl--