The au Domain Administration, the organisation that manages the Australian domain namespace, will vote on a move to give its directors a hefty pay rise at its forthcoming annual general meeting, with the total targeted figure being $580,000.
Former auDA director Josh Rowe has issued an apology for comments made last month, in which he characterised the means used for mass recruitment of members to the organisation that manages the .au namespace as being "potential cartel behaviour".
The war of words that has been going on between factions within auDA, the administrator of the Australian domain namespace, will come to a head on 27 July, when the organisation holds a special general meeting called for the express purpose of considering resolutions to get rid of a number of directors.
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