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On Tue, 8 Jul 1997, Jim Fleming wrote:
> On Tuesday, July 08, 1997 6:02 PM, Gordon Cook[SMTP:cook at netaxs.com] wrote:
> @ Eric sez:
> @ I strongly object to the way ARIN's board
> @ is annointed. It is not chosen by the members but by NSI. That
> @ annointed board then appoints the advisory council from which new BoT
> @ members will come in the future.
> @ >From what i know....or at least think I know....the ARIN board was most
> @ definitely NOT chosen by NSI. Why do you think it was? because telage
> @ the NSI president is on it?
> Don Telage is no longer the President of NSI.
> Gabe Batistta runs the show...since November 1996.
> Don Telage is V.P. of Special Projects (or something similar)
> @ Telage is an honorable man but unfortunately in my opinion, he does not
> @ "grok" the internet. I do think the arin board would have a better
> @ composition with justin newton or ken leland there in place of telage.
> @ nevertheless Telage is spending a million dollars to cut arin loose
> @ so I guess they figured it would be impolite to keep him off.
> @ Still if he had stayed off it would have had a positive impact on NSIs
> @ image in my opinion.
> Don Telage wrote the NSI plan in response to the IAHC.
> It is hard to imagine that he does not "grok" the Internet.
> It is my impression that after Don cashes out on the NSI
> IPO (along with other NSI people) then he and some others
> will run ARIN. Don was the President of NSI when the NSF
> was convinced to allow NSI to start charging for domain
> registrations. What better person to lead the charge in
> charging for IP addresses ? (no punn intended)
> NSI has already started to divide the people and space.
> It will be interesting to see where the Root Name Servers
> end up in the shuffle. They are really part of the InterNIC
> which is more Don Telage's domain.
> The Domain Registration part of NSI (i.e. .COM, .NET and
> .ORG) can now go off at arm's length with their own TLD
> Name Servers separate from the Root Name Servers and
> not look back. As long as delegations are added to a new
> set of .COM servers, NSI will be clear of the InterNIC.
> That appears to be the image that has been projected for
> a long time at <http://www.netsol.com>.
> Don Telage and the IP address people can ride out what
> remains of the InterNIC and evolve it to ARIN. As noted in
> the following, other parts of the InterNIC are being dismantled
> and funded by the NSF.
> The "original" InterNIC was supposed to have three
> functions, IS, DS, and RS. Part of the IS function was
> PR and education. Part of that function was Net Scout
> and other activities.
> When the NSF mismanaged the IS function and did not
> replace the contractor, Network Solutions, Inc. (the RS
> contractor moved in an picked up some of the IS tasks)
> Now it appears that the NSF is slowly dismantling the
> InterNIC but continuing to fund the activities. This allows
> NSI to exit from the contract without supporting these
> People claim the NSF is no longer funding the InterNIC.
> Here is another $3 million that is essentially funding what
> used to be part of the InterNIC.
> P.S. Don Mitchell the Program Manager below was the
> InterNIC Program Manager. Larry Landweber helped found the
> @@@@@ http://www.nsf.gov/cgi-bin/showaward?award=9712163
> NSF Award Abstract - #9712163
> Net Scout Internet Resource Discovery and Search Technologies
> NSF Org NCR
> Latest Amendment Date May 15, 1997
> Award Number 9712163
> Award Instr.Continuing Grant
> Prgm Manager Donald Mitchell
> NCR DIV OF NETWORKING & COMMU RES & INFRASTR
> CSE DIRECT FOR COMPUTER & INFO SCIE & ENGINR
> Start Date May 1, 1997
> Expires April 30, 2000 (Estimated)
> Expected Total Amt. $3,074,016 (Estimated)
> Investigator Lawrence H Landweber ihl at cs.wisc.edu
> Susan Calcari
> Sponsor U of Wisconsin Madison
> 750 University Ave
> Madison, WI 537061490 608/262-1234
> NSF Program 4090 NSFNETFld Applictn0206000 Telecommunications
> The Net Scout project is an Internet resource location and technology
> service oriented primarily to the higher education community. It currently
> provides four services that are used by thousands of faculty, staff, and
> students in higher education: the Scout Report, Net Happenings, the
> Scout Toolkit, and the KIDS Report. The Scout Report is a weekly
> electronic newsletter summarizing the best new Internet resources of
> use to higher education. Net Happenings is an electronic service that
> provides immediate notification of 50-70 Internet announcements each
> day via a mailing list, a newsgroup, and a Web site. The Scout Toolkit
> summarizes the best Internet search services and other tools needed
> by researchers and educators to use the Internet effectively. The KIDS
> Report is a biweekly newsletter written by students in elementary, middle,
> and high school classrooms who select and describe the Web sites
> they find the most interesting and useful. The Net Scout project will
> continue and expand these services in two ways: First, to provide
> additional services, including publication of three biweekly Scout Reports
> produced by specialists in the specific areas of Science and Engineering,
> Social Sciences, and Business and Economics, and, second, to implement
> new tools which aid in the location of Internet resources in a specific
> subject area. A prototype service will be built using as its initial base
> the three year archive of the highly selective resources that have been
> included in the Scout Report. Specialized authenticated collections
> of quality resources at higher education institutions will also be
> identified and included in the prototype. http://wwwscout.cs.wisc.edu/
> Jim Fleming
> Unir Corporation