APNIC NRO NC Electon – Vote for ME !

APNIC (apnic.net) - The Asia Pacific Network Information Centre is holding APNIC 28 in Beijing this month. Along with this the NRO NC (Number Resource Organization Number Council) elections are being held this month. I have nominated myself as I would love to represent the APNIC region and assist the Internet through these tough tme (IPv4 sortage etc.).

If your organisation is a APNIC member please vote for me. Please also feel free to email me any view or points you would like me to make or address to the council.

Voting instructions are as follows:

Online voting for the Number Resource Organization (NRO) Number
Council (NC) election opens 12 August 2009. Voting is only open
to Members of APNIC until 9:00 UTC+8 (Beijing time), 26 August 2009.

APNIC Member organizations can cast one vote each using MyAPNIC.
Online voting is available to APNIC Member Corporate Contacts
and Member Contacts with voting rights. By default, all
Corporate Contacts have voting rights, and can assign voting
rights to other contacts. Proxy votes, however, are not permitted
for the NC election.

     MyAPNIC (https://myapnic.net/)

Full details of the election, including profiles of the candidates
and alternative voting methods are available at:

     How do I vote (http://meetings.apnic.net/28/elections)

If you have any questions or need further assistance, contact:

     helpdesk@apnic.net

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