[discuss] cgi.br release regarding Brazil Global MSM on Internet Governance

Roland Perry roland at internetpolicyagency.com
Sat Jan 11 12:13:09 UTC 2014

In message <9E656A7C-3DF3-4730-943F-D7D2B0BD216D at hosteuropegroup.com>, 
at 10:11:11 on Sat, 11 Jan 2014, Oliver Hope <oh at hosteuropegroup.com> 
>So how do you become one of the 3 nominations?
>I'm sure a lot of Registrars would like to see some representation by 
>them in the Business Community.

Just in case we are at cross purposes, do you mean the 3 nominations for 
places on the H-LMC which is organising the Brazil meeting?

As it now appears to be re-confirmed that nominations are to be made 
through the 1net process, you'd have to send your nomination through to 
Adiel (as acting coordinator @1net).

But as I hinted at earlier in the week, doing that from a standing start 
with so little time to go, and quite possibly indpendently of the 
ICC-BASIS selection process, would be difficult.

Peter Hellmonds summarised the situation as he saw it (regarding the 
role of ICC-BASIS in being the prime [but as far as we know 
non-exclusive] filter for nominations to be sent to Adiel) in his email 
of 23 December 2013 02:57:06

Which should be read in conjunction with Joe Alhadeff's response of 23 
December 2013 11:03:01

Disclaimer: I'm just trying to understand the process too, and I have no 
views on who the process should include, or nominate.


>> On 11 Jan 2014, at 04:20, "John Curran" <jcurran at istaff.org> wrote:
>> 1net Participants -
>>   There appears to be an updated announcement regarding the Brazil meeting -
>>   http://www.cgi.br/brmeeting/announcement2.html
>> FYI,
>> /John
>> Disclaimer: My views alone.
Roland Perry

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