[discuss] Roadmap for globalizing IANA
james.seng at gmail.com
Mon Mar 3 16:03:30 UTC 2014
I don't think Milton mean the way as you suggested.
The USG oversight of root zone has been a long standing "problem"
(politically) and that release of control is long overdue, been extended
again and again, as it has been suggested that there is no mechanism for
So Milton proposal is the one of the more reasonable ones I seen that
explain the problem clearly with a guidance of the principles of how such
control can be safely transferred to another organisation that continues
with the stability and continuity of the Internet.
Hence, I agree and support the structure and the principles as described by
If this proposal is adopted, I don't think anyone here including Milton is
naive to think it will be adopted wholesale. I believe politically for USG
to relinquish its control is that it is somehow still involved in the
oversight. But if USG is involved, then we get another big elephant in the
room "Which other government should be involved?"
In anycase, it is a start, however slim chance I think it would be adopted
in its existing form.
On Mon, Mar 3, 2014 at 11:49 PM, Nick Ashton-Hart <nashton at ccianet.org>wrote:
> Dear Milton, while is is useful of course to contribute proposals,
> suggesting that other parties must accept them wholesale and only propose
> 'quibbles' of change doesn't seem to me an approach that inspires
> On 3 March 2014 14:52, Milton L Mueller <mueller at syr.edu> wrote:
>> Even if there are quibbles about the details of the proposal, we look
>> forward to gaining agreement on those principles, and are willing to
>> entertain any proposals that embody them.
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