[apops] ICANN ASO: website and mailing lists

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  • Subject: [apops] ICANN ASO: website and mailing lists
  • From: "Paul Wilson" <pwilson at apnic dot net>
  • Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2000 10:13:26 +1000
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      Reminder: ICANN ASO - Website and Discussion Lists
      This is an announcement to all parties with interests in management of
      Internet Address space and related resources.
      The Address Supporting Organisation of ICANN (the Internet Corporation for
      Assigned Names and Numbers) was established last year, and has assumed its
      responsibilities under the ICANN Bylaws for coordination of global policy
      development in relation to Internet Addresses and related resources. The
      nine-member Address Council has also been established, in accordance with
      the ASO MoU and ICANN Bylaws.
      Since its establishment, the ASO has established mailing lists and a website
      to ensure that its processes are open and transparent, and accessible to all
      parties with an interest in Internet resource management issues.
      Three ASO mailing lists are now available for public access to ASO
      information, and for input into the ASO process:
          aso-announce - for announcements and other information
                           relating to the ASO (read only list)
          aso-policy   - for open discussion on policy and other
                           ASO matters (open subscription list)
          aso-comment  - for comment and input of any kind (no
                           subscription necessary)
      The ASO website is also now available, at http://www.aso.icann.org, and
      carries information relating to the ASO, Address Council, and policy matters
      which may be under consideration; as well as complete archives of the above
      mailing lists.
      At this time the Address Council is seeking participants in the ASO process,
      and encourages all interested parties to subscribe to the mailing lists
      above.  For information on how to subscribe, please visit the ASO website.
      We look forward to your participation!
      Paul Wilson
      for the ASO Address Council.
      Paul Wilson, Director-General, APNIC               <pwilson at apnic dot net>
      http://www.apnic.net                          ph/fx +61 7 3367 0490/82
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