[discuss] Report from the BR meeting local organizing group - Dec 2013

Roland Perry roland at internetpolicyagency.com
Mon Dec 30 14:50:14 UTC 2013

In message <EC5C5809-C32C-4671-95A3-496943EBCE28 at gmail.com>, at 16:27:10 
on Wed, 25 Dec 2013, Jorge Amodio <jmamodio at gmail.com> writes

>> The meetings I mentioned were an illustration of a meme, and no less valid for having finished in 2012. I'm sure someone can dig out a copy
>>of the final report for you, if you need it.
>Is not a meme, the IPv6 address allocation has been a constant concern and claim by the ITU for almost 10 years previous to WGIG, and one of
>the classic examples where the ITU resorts to the argument of "we care about developing countries" to make a point.

IPv6 isn't the meme.

>> But my intention wasn't to discuss IPv6, or even the ITU vs IETF, but to shine a small light on the motives for starting new series of
>Which are ?

"Something is broken, we need to discuss how to fix it".

>> Something which seemed appropriate because the fundamentals of this [1net etc] new series of meetings was being questioned.
>No doubt about that. Once again what is the problem we are trying to solve ?

Clarification welcome - there's too much noise on this list for me to be 
Roland Perry

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