[discuss] /1net Steering/Coordination Commitee

michael gurstein gurstein at gmail.com
Sun Dec 22 07:44:25 UTC 2013

But doesn’t include any of the multiple groups that are impacted by Internet (Governance) decisions, many of whom can found within the broader Community Informatics community which as a community/network has been unreasonably and without either accountability or transparency denied a role in the CS IG processes.




An internet for the common good - a Community Informatics Declaration: to read and endorse http://tinyurl.com/kfaacqn



From: discuss-bounces at 1net.org [mailto:discuss-bounces at 1net.org] On Behalf Of Milton L Mueller
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>And here I thought the Civil Society nominating process was a relative model of 

>democratic and inclusive ideals….


>Greg Shatan


Relatively speaking? It was. Michael is miffed because he wasn’t on the committee. There were conflicting criteria. We were told to “hurry up” which means a smaller number of well-placed actors need to take initiative; we are also told to be inclusive. The committee that made the decision consists of the 4 groups that contain in one way or another nearly all the Internet governance-active civil society people (including Michael, who is on both the IGC and IRP lists). 

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