Re: [DNS] Re: auDA AGM 2003

Re: [DNS] Re: auDA AGM 2003

From: Jason Pay <jasonpay§>
Date: Thu, 13 Nov 2003 09:28:07 +1100
What I'd like to know is where has josh found the email addresses? I've 
looked on the auDA site and have only found a list of names/organisations 
- not individuals email addresses?

Where did you get the email addresses Josh?


Jason Pay

Josh Rowe <josh&#167;>
13/11/2003 07:10 AM
Please respond to dns

        To:     dns&#167;
        Subject:        Re: [DNS] Re: auDA AGM 2003


Thanks for your pragmatic view of things.

The reason why I haven't sought your vote is because you're in Supply 
class and cannot vote for me as a Demand class candidate.

Option (3) is pretty much what I did with the aid of the public auDA 
member list (, my personal email contact list and Google.

There are also a number of Demand class members who I have spoken to 
face-to-face and on the telephone.  Which leaves a small number of Demand 
class members who I cannot find any contact details for at all (eg Warner 
Village Theme Parks).


On Wed, Nov 12, 2003 at 07:48:28PM +1100, Ron Stark wrote:
> Let me address the issue of Josh's email from a different perspective.
> In order to solicit votes, Josh needed to present his credentials and
> position to all members who are entitled to vote.  He has some options:
> 1  To make a public statement on this list, in which case he'd reach
> only part of his constituency
> 2  To mail each member individually, in which case he'd need access to
> all auda's private list of members, which I suspect would be improper.
> 3  To mail those members who are on his personal mail list, in an effort
> to be discreet
> 4  To do all of the above, which means that several members would have
> received multiple solicitations from Josh.
> Because I never received such an email from Josh, I must asume that he
> mailed only members in his personal list, which to me is wholly
> appropriate, is not spam, and is a proper approach.  Would there have
> been howls of protest had he made such a solicitation in this forum?
> Perhaps, but then again perhaps not.
> To have loudly protested here is, I think, petty, maybe even malicious.
> A mature response would have been to object to Josh personally, as was
> his original mail.
> Ron Stark

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