[discuss] Root servers yet again (Re: Roadmap for globalizing IANA)
Carlos M. Martinez
carlos at lacnic.net
Tue Mar 4 13:29:59 UTC 2014
I don’t think your characterization of myself as an ‘ICANNer’, whatever that might imply or mean, helps the discussion in any way.
On Mar 4, 2014, at 12:26 PM, Michel Gauthier <mg at telepresse.com> wrote:
> At 10:56 04/03/2014, Carlos Martinez-Cagnazzo wrote:
>> I '+1' every one of David's comments.
> This is an exciting things. A fundamental disagreement has arized between the grand parents, parents and childs (cf.Bill Manning). Who is authoritative on the children's life?
> From what is being said on this list everyone agrees that:
> - parents (ICANN and IANA) can born new childs (TLDs) if the approval of grand parents (NTIA and USG).
> - grand-parents make sure that parents raise their children correctly (they keep the root in turne with their demands)
> - childs do what they want (if they do not bother to ask the parents) they declare their own additional nameservers.
> We can observe that there are two attitudes:
> 1. ICANNers who thinks this is fine, want to practice birth control in enlarging the family, consider that Telcos "are in the family" (Fadi Chehade), and in some way the neigbhours contesting the family governance style, should be associated (globalization).
> 2. the childs' friends who start thinking the kids have come of age, and contest the grand-parents' care as oppressing, and the parents attitude as oppressive.
> The two attitudes blatantly reflect in terminology: the use of the most common words are opposed as being an emmancipation attempt. There are "family correct terms" and forbidden matters.
> An analysis of common sense would lead me to conclude a "sickness of youth", a "collective crisis of adolescence". While socially disturbing, wa all know it is going to self-organize in the bad or good way things usually do: by maturity of all the involved parties. But after how many mutual vituperations? We are all familiar of this kind of stituation we hower always repeat from age to age, in every situation, for everything. After a while, negentropy becomes entropic.
> M G
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