Re: IESG's support

Geoff Huston <G.Huston@aarnet.edu.au> Thu, 06 April 1995 02:22 UTC

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From: Geoff Huston <G.Huston@aarnet.edu.au>
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To: 0001050002@mcimail.com, pvm@isi.edu, dlynch@sbexpos.com
Subject: Re: IESG's support
Cc: bdains@linus.isoc.org, isoc-trustees@linus.isoc.org, iesg@CNRI.Reston.VA.US

Dan does identify a good point about the linkages here, and one approach
is to make the account available and nominate the explicit provisions
incumbent on the IESG regarding how money can be spent (such provisions
being basically those incumbent on ISOC in its own nature of expenditure).

After that its an IESG issue regarding priorities and actual areas
of expenditure and the nature of the expenditure.

surely this can work effectively?


Geoff