[Telecentres] WGIG nominations have been submitted
gopi at apdip.net
Wed Sep 29 10:30:39 BST 2004
Due to the geography, it seems Asia missed the opportunity to nominate
anyone from civil society for this WG.
I should say that, if there is still an opportunity, someone also has to be
nominated who would represent Asia (someone from China or India would have
been great) and perhaps one to represent land-locked countries in general.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Andy Carvin" <acarvin at edc.org>
To: <telecentres at wsis-cs.org>
Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2004 8:03 AM
Subject: [Telecentres] WGIG nominations have been submitted
> Two minutes ago I submitted the following people for nomination to the
> Karin Delgadillo Poepsel (Ecuador), karin at chasquinet.org
> Matyas Gaspar (Hungary), gaspar.matyas at axelero.hu
> David Leeming (Solomon Islands), leeming at pipolfastaem.gov.sb
> Taran Rampersad (Trinidad and Tobago), cnd at knowprose.com
> Stuart Mathison was also nominated, but we did not receive acknowledgment
> from him in time, so I followed the recommendation of substituting David
> instead, since he said yes and is also in the Pacific region. As for Karin
> and Gaspar, <grin>, I hope both of you are interested, since your
> colleagues felt you'd be great candidates. If not, please let me know and
> we can easily retract your nomination.
> Again, thanks to everyone for chiming in at the last minute; now that
> we're up and running, it should be much easier for us to participate in
> these processes more easily and without such an absurd time crunch.
> Andy Carvin
> Program Director
> EDC Center for Media & Community
> acarvin @ edc . org
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