[discuss] etherpad survey

manning bill bmanning at isi.edu
Fri Jun 27 11:48:48 UTC 2014

well… JFCY (& all your alter egos), I’ll state for the record that Jordon did buy drinks last night and Jay was crying into his beer at the end of the match.
Could have been the bubbles in the water, but they really did seem to be different people

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On 27June2014Friday, at 4:37, FSP4NET <alliance at fsp4.net> wrote:

> Dear Mr. Carter,
> we observe that you use the same IP address and Domain Name as Mr. Jay Daley, that you raise similar topics in order to maintain this list alive, that you were "both" at the London50 ICANN meeting. Mr. Daley (or is that you?) has documented that this was a case of neighbor-sock-puppetting (when IP are different but in the same region).
> The question we have is simple: do you use the same or another ethermail system as Telepresse? 
> The reason why we ask is that we think that MSism can only up-scale and down-scale (i.e. to be fractal) if there are available tools for it. We are currently starting a review of the ethermail (etherpad mail box) available to MS work, and possibly working on development specifications in that area.
> Best
> Alliance members
> At 12:11 12/06/2014, Jordan Carter wrote:
>> 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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