[discuss] Opportunity for input on the development process for IANA oversight transition plan
george.sadowsky at gmail.com
Tue Mar 25 06:27:28 UTC 2014
I am in Singapore and involved in Internet governance discussions resulting from the recent NTIA announcement.
It was clearly stated at the first meeting that input would be obtained from many sources, and that the goal of the consultations would be as inclusive as possible.
It was also clearly stated that the 1net discussion list — this list — would be a significant source of input to the consultations.
Our community — the community of people interest in and affected by Internet governance decisions — is numerous and distributed around the globe. It’s unrealistic to think that input can be gathered inclusively through physical meetings. However, it is possible to contribute through this list, which is being read by a large number of people.
Please, can we focus somewhat more tightly on the purpose of this list? We have cross-stakeholder conversations going, but (at least in my opinion) in order to be helpful to progress in Internet governance, whether for Net Mundial or for a longer term goal such as the transfer of the stewardship of the IANA functions, can we use this list productively to be heard in the global Internet governance discussions?
>> ]On 24 Mar 2014 17:23, "Ian Peter" <ian.peter at ianpeter.com> wrote:
>> The draft timeline (link provided below) is nothing more than a list of ICANN meetings, each described as a "meeting of the global multistakeholder community". No other events are included.
>> Of course many, if not most, of the global multistakeholder community do not attend ICANN meetings. Many people with only a passing interest in the day to day operations of ICANN have an interest in how this transfer of powers is resolved.
>> One would hope consultation spreads well beyond the narrow set of stakeholders involved in ICANN.
>> Ian Peter.
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