Some members of auDA, the organisation that manages the Australian domain namespace, have taken umbrage at what they say is short notice for a members' forum has been called to discuss a new membership model and changes to the constitution. auDA issued a notice on 25 June for the meeting to be held on 2 July.
The directors of the au Domain Administration, the body responsible for the au namespace, have moved to shield chief executive Cameron Boardman, by agreeing not to allow a resolution calling for him to step down at a forthcoming special general meeting to be considered.
The au Domain Administration, the body that looks after the Australian domain namespace, has gone ahead and registered two major direct domain names, despite deciding in the wake of an April government review that direct .au registrations would be put off to the second half of 2019 at the earliest.
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