[discuss] shifts in IANA/accountability discussion: your thoughts?

willi uebelherr willi.uebelherr at gmail.com
Thu Jun 12 20:56:43 UTC 2014

Dear Michele and Jordan, dear friends,

i think, NetMundial with 1net.org, MSis'm, public discussions about 
"Internet Governance" is a big joke, a big theater. What you want to 
discuss with people from IANA, ICANN, IETF, NetMundial and so on? That 
you want to be part in the definition processes?

No, all representative structures are installed as a theater, a show. No 

No, we have to discuss about our own ideas for a free and neutral 
transportsytem for data packets all over our planet. This can be helpful 
for us to open our views and thinking. never we get any result, without 
frustration, if we ask any organisation to go on this way.

And, we have another point. This transportsystem have to be free in 
using and free in money-cost for all people in our small world. And this 
is the break point, because all memberorganisation in this area have a 
clear interest in the financial transfers, in the business.

I hope, on this list are people with the responibility for a free 
communication system for all people in our world. This and only this is 
the condition to start the search process for a real Inter-Net.

many greetings, willi
Jinotepe, Nicaragua

Am 12/06/2014 05:01, schrieb Michele Neylon - Blacknight:
> Jordan
> I suspect quite a few of us only check this list from time to time. The previous volumes of email were impossible to keep up with.
> On ICANN accountability - there appears to be some movement, but how it all pans out remains to be seen.
> IANA transition - I assume you've seen the latest updates from ICANN with the suggested makeup of the "panel" (or whatever they're calling it)
> Regards
> Michele
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> Subject: [discuss] shifts in IANA/accountability discussion: your thoughts?
> Is this list still active?
> How are people feeling in the lead up to ICANN London about the responses of the organisation on the IANA transition process and the initial paper on ICANN accountability?
> I think there have been some steps forward in terms of acknowledging feedback and changing the process in response, but more to be done esp in linking the two processes together, if I had to sum it up in a sentence.
> What do others think?
> bests,
> Jordan
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