[discuss] When did the Multitude vote?
joseph.alhadeff at oracle.com
Sat Apr 19 18:12:10 UTC 2014
I recall in the formation process of ICANN there were meetings with open
mikes and people were asked to identify themselves and their
affiliation. Too often there was a confusion between someone being a
member of a group and their statement that they spoke on behalf of the
group. Statements like "I represent the people" were often justified by
"I wrote a book"... This, like many other issues, persists to this
day. At best one could say "I speak for myself and like-minded
individuals as part of the Multitude".. ...
On 4/19/2014 1:26 PM, Seun Ojedeji wrote:
> I am quite puzzled here, how can a call to be transparent results to
> voluntary withdrawal, is that confirmation of the perceived?. Perhaps
> it may be good to know the composition of the "we", what are the
> attitude referred and who are members of the Multitude?
> On Sat, Apr 19, 2014 at 5:56 PM, FSP4NET <alliance at fsp4.net
> <mailto:alliance at fsp4.net>> wrote:
> The attitude of several of the participants in the ICANN
> governance of the Sao Paulo/"NTIAtransition" process mailing lists
> in regards to our stakeholder's needs and against the members of
> the Multitude we are has demonstrated the practical inability of
> this process to adapt to the reality of the 2014 network use and
> of what should be an Open Multi-Stakeholder process and cooperation.
> This calls for some additional structural adaptation from people
> characterized by their self-determination in front of the ICANN
> rigidity in order to see the diversity of needs of their
> architecture of internet use securely addressed and protected.
> We have, therefore, resolved:
> 1. to terminate our individual participation in the "/1NET" and
> "IANAtransition" processes.
> 2. to convene a co-opted dynamic coalition for a fail-secure plan
> for virtual global networks by the name and collective signature
> of "FSP4NET" and of "NETORSEC" in the French language.
> 3. to assign to this dynamic coalition the management of an
> enhanced coalition for a development executed in cooperation
> between the Libre, institutional, and competitive sector (DECLIC,
> http://dnsa.org/index.php/DECLIC) of the VGN fail-secure
> "HomeRoot", "SuperIANA", "Happy-IP", etc. works, documentation,
> development, and experimentation projects.
> 4. to collectively dialogue on the /1NET, IANAtransition, and
> other mailing lists and with regalian, private, and civil
> authorities, groups, and individuals as the FSP4NET
> Multi-Stakeholder Group under the common authoritative signature
> FSP4NET at alliance at fsp4.net <mailto:alliance at fsp4.net>. The mails
> received at this address will be forwarded to the fsp4 at fsp4.net
> <mailto:fsp4 at fsp4.net> dynamic coalition internal mailing list to
> be addressed after having been collectively discussed.
> 5. to give telepresse.com <http://telepresse.com> an observatory
> status on this mailing list.
> Secretariat will be assumed by Intlnet.
> In so doing, FSP4NET/NETORSEC experiments an MS governance model
> that it intends to refine and that it wants to be polycratic, that
> is, gathering free members of the Multitude, i.e. persons and
> initiatives retaining their entire self-determination vis-à-vis
> any non-legally binding governance rule, for them to concert, then
> authoritatively and individually decide, and adjust to the
> possibly resulting emergence. This results in the FSP4NET
> coalition and signature expressing multi-author dynamic positions
> toward an IG polylogue that targets consensus progressive
> discoveries, rather than multiple dialogues multilaterally seeking
> bilateral agreements. This reflects that even a rough consensus is
> still more than the multilateral sum of its underlying bilateral
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> /Seun Ojedeji,
> Federal University Oye-Ekiti
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