Ad Hoc, eDNS, AlterNIC and the bunch

Karl Denninger writes:

The IAHC has said they *SIGNED* the documents.

Karl, our press release said no such thing. It clearly stated that
IANA and ISOC had signed the documents and the rest of the
organizations would be signing at our formal ceremony in Geneva at the
end of the month. It is not my fault that you systematically
misinterpret virtually every statement that has been made.

Perry

Here is quotation from IAHC press release
(http://www.iahc.org/press-MoU.html):

INTERNET NAMING PLAN SIGNED: ADDITIONAL
   ENDORSEMENTS SCHEDULED FOR GENEVA MEETING AT THE
                             END OF APRIL

WASHINGTON, DC, April 8, 1997 -- Internet governance has taken a major step
forward,
with the authorizing signatures applied to a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)
which
enhances administration and management of the Internet's domain name system.

The document is part of a plan developed by the International Ad Hoc Committee
(IAHC), a
group of Internet experts formed to consider issues brought on by the rapid
growth of the
Internet, that calls for the creation of additional top level names and the
formation of a
structure to allow competing companies to register Internet names.

Initial signers of the documents establishing the new system are the Internet

I wasn't talking about the press release.

I was talking about Hank's pontification.