[discuss] Will there be life on 1net after IANA is globalized? (:-)

michael gurstein gurstein at gmail.com
Thu Mar 13 15:50:44 UTC 2014

Well, since I'm still waiting for answers to my questions concerning
specifics with regard to "MSism" I was a bit grasping at straws since both
Alejandro and Greg were making such confident assertions about the radiant
"nature of MSism".  


And it is good to get some clarity if only negative concerning what we are
discussing i.e. we now know that the (relatively well developed) IETF and
ICANN models of MSism are not in fact what MSism is. 


We still however, await some clear exposition as to what MSism is.  


Surely the US government which mentioned MSism 12 times in their one page
presentation to NetMundial (or other of MSism's exponents) could point us to
some definitive exposition as to what they mean by a term which they are
espousing with such abandon and which presumably the NetMundial meeting will
be under some pressure to endorse.




From: dogwallah at gmail.com [mailto:dogwallah at gmail.com] On Behalf Of McTim
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Subject: Re: [discuss] Will there be life on 1net after IANA is globalized?




On Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 4:47 AM, michael gurstein <gurstein at gmail.com>

Interesting response Greg (and Alejandro. 


Are you both saying that MSism as currently being presented for Internet
Governance will be a part of ICANN and thus operate within the rules and
practices of ICANN?



neither are saying this from what i gather.



And is this something that the various other proponents of MSism have agreed



nor are they saying this.



If this is the case then I believe that it changes everything in that ICANN
now becomes the global Internet Governance framework.



but it is not the case that the above assertions were made.








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