Re: [ga] ALAC statement on resolution of non-existing domain names
John and all former DNSO GA members or other interested parties,
It is nothing new that several of ICANN registries, including Nuestar
along with Mr.Nueman argue themselves in circles as you have nicely
outlined in your illustrated remarks below, John. What's amazing is that
the ICANN BoD and staff along with it seems the NTIA have allowed
such behavior to continue or be tolerated.
The simple solution is to jerk the registry contracts from all of these
errant ICANN registries and fine each and every member of the
ICANN BoD and staff, or require them all to resign much along the
lines of the CEO, Mr. Grasso of the NYSE, had to do just today...
John Berryhill Ph.D. J.D. wrote:
> From: "Neuman, Jeff" <Jeff.Neuman@xxxxxxxxxx>
> > How can you come to a conclusion on a topic which you admit you do not have
> > the knowledge to understand?
> Classic. In response to questions about Neulevel having run its "experiment"
> earlier this year, this was posted to the INTA mailing list in May:
> "The point John is that we have conducting a nonmonetary test in which
> neither we (nor Looksmart) collected any money in order to try to increase
> the utility of the .biz and .us spaces. Rather than focus on the "parade of
> horribles" that you can conjure up, why don't you wait for us to analyze the
> Well, let's see now. It's been a four-month wait so far. I guess any
> criticism of wildcarding TLD zones is going to have to just be put on hold
> until the wait is over. You see, anyone who does not wait until the analysis
> is complete is just misinformed or too stupid to have an opinion. We should
> not rush to a premature judgment, but the responsible thing to do is to
> continue to wait, as suggested by Mr. Neuman.
> Of course, one answer to the question of "why don't you wait" for the
> analysis is that Neulevel has no intention of publishing any information
> about the test. So, the question boils down to "Why don't you just shut up?"
> Unless, of course, Mr. Neuman meant to suggest that there would be something
> to wait for. That would be the plain import of the words he used. I prefer
> to believe he was being sincere, and I continue to wait for whatever it is
> Mr. Neuman has asked me for which to wait.
> So, Mr. Neuman, do you have an estimate on how much longer we should wait?
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