Re: DNS: ADNA Memoranda & Articles

Re: DNS: ADNA Memoranda & Articles

From: Geoff Huston <gih§>
Date: Fri, 09 May 1997 18:29:36 +1000

Good points.

I am an individual DNA for and

Telstra support my role, but I, individually, am the DNA.

I see no reason whatsoever I should pay personal money from
my bank account for a role I undertake as a volunteer and
a function that is undertaken without cost. So its not
going to happen.

Is the entire concept of ADNA broken? I'm not sure, but
certainly in its current incarnation I see no way I can
ever play within its structures even if I possibly wanted


At 02:45 PM 8/5/97 +1000, Trevor Hales wrote:
>ADNA Memoranda & Articles
>The current M and A creates an unnecessary barrier to participation by
>current DNAs to ADNA's decision making from its inception.
>In theory, the current M and A allows a DNA to subscribe as an associate
>member.  However, in practice it creates a barrier by not setting the
>membership fee for associate members and indicating that their fee will be
>set by the ADNA Board at some future date.  No prudent DNA will become a
>member of a body where its financial obligations are undecided and open ended.
>There is a simple solution to this problem which is to structurely
>separate the Associate Membership from the DNA licence fee.  The
>Associate Membership fee should be declared in the M and A and it is
>suggested that the fee should be set at the same level as for full
>membership.  The DNA licence fee should be decided by the ADNA Board
>based upon several factors, including the commercial value of the
>licence to the DNA.
>It is recommended that the next draft of the M and A be amended
Received on Fri May 09 1997 - 19:12:02 UTC

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