[AfrICANN-discuss] [EN & FR] AFRINIC Community and Members
tzNIC Manager <Ntahigiye Abibu>
antahigiye at tznic.or.tz
Tue Oct 9 11:24:14 SAST 2012
Had to choose "data centre operator" and proceed as there in no option for
ccTLDs or registry operators. ccTLD management function stated in the
previous questions. Hope the compiler will understand.
Abibu - .tz ccTLD.
From: africann-bounces at afrinic.net [mailto:africann-bounces at afrinic.net] On
Behalf Of Dr Eberhard Lisse
Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2012 10:32 AM
To: africann at afrinic.net
Subject: Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] [EN & FR] AFRINIC Community and Members
Such a shame that I failed to continue past the first page, as it doesn't
have an item for ccTLD Manager.
on 2012-10-09 08:50 Anne-Rachel Inné said the following:
> [French version further down]
> Dear colleagues,
> In an ongoing effort to improve AFRINIC's services and identify key
> areas where to focus our activities and resources for the coming
> years, we are launching today a global Members and Community Survey.
> This survey is an important collaborative activity between AFRINIC and
> you, our community members interested in Internet development in the
> Africa region. The outcome of the Survey that will come from your
> valued feedback will have a direct impact on AFRINIC's future
> Operational Plan.
> The survey will be open till 08 November 2012 and you will need about
> 25 minutes of your time to complete it.
> We are committed to take into consideration all your inputs and
> comments. The outcome of the online questionaire will be reviewed and
> analysed by TNS Analysis Mauritius, (an Independent consulting
> firm) in order to provide a fair and accurate analysis of your
> feedback. Furthermore all information
> collected through the survey will strictly be used in the context of
> this survey only.
> For more information about about AFRINIC please navigate our main web
> site at: http://www.afrinic.net.
> Thank you for your cooperation.
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