[discuss] NTIA role
dl at panamo.eu
Fri Mar 28 12:56:26 UTC 2014
Thanks a lot, Milton. In the meantime, I read InternetNZ's document,
evoked by S Moonesamy, actually very useful, you're right.
I also read your acute blogs.
Perhaps we could go further in the analysis of the past and current
NTIA's part by asking them to produce a global report?
and/or to open their archives?
As a good steward of public interest promoting the Internet worldwide
for the benefits of consumers, it might not be reticent to free those
@+, best regards, Dominique
Le 27/03/14 22:55, Milton L Mueller a écrit :
> The ICANN document you cite is actually inaccurate in a critical way. It presents the GNSO as a separate policy making organization comparable to the RIRs or the IETF. But the GNSO is a part of ICANN; funded by ICANN, supported by its staff, often overridden by GAC and Board.
> A much better diagram is the one developed by InternetNZ and featured in a recent IGP blog post:
> this shows clearly the distinctions between policy development functions, operational functions, oversight, etc.
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> From: discuss-bounces at 1net.org [mailto:discuss-bounces at 1net.org] On Behalf Of Dominique Lacroix
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> I think it's very important to know and understand the current organization before discussing a transition to a new one.
> At the moment, I saw only a simple table and a list of principles in pages 13 & 14 of the very well done document entitled "IANA Accountability presentation" presented at Singapore.
> USG, supposed to be replaced, is only described by 4 occurences of the three letters "USG" in one accountability column.
> I suggest we need more.
> Please, some responses to the hereunder question?
> @+, cheers, Dominique
> Le 19/03/14 20:43, Dominique Lacroix a écrit :
>> "/current role played by NTIA in the coordination of the Internet's
>> domain name system (DNS). NTIA's responsibility includes the
>> procedural role of administering changes to the authoritative root
>> zone file -- the database containing the lists of names and addresses
>> of all top-level domains -- as well as serving as the historic steward
>> of the DNS. NTIA currently contracts with ICANN to carry out the
>> Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) functions and has a
>> Cooperative Agreement with Verisign under which it performs related root zone management functions./"
>> Extract from NTIA statement
>> As some remarked the statement was sometimes followed by fuzzy
>> comments and wonderful sandcastles, is there any online document
>> explaining precisely:
>> - the role played by NTIA in general terms,
>> - the concrete operations it includes?
>> The contracts describe precisely Icann and Verisign parts. But what
>> about the other side?
>> Sorry if it was already posted.
>> @+, cheers, Dominique
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