[discuss] Updated : Statement to present at World Internet, etc.
alliance at fsp4.net
Mon Nov 17 13:47:47 UTC 2014
We are confused by your statement.
1. we understand why you do not quote NETmundial, but perhap's could
you quote the "Sao Paulo Declaration".
2. the opposes the global technical community paradigm expressed by
the IEEE, IETF, IAB, ISOC, W3C it wants to follow?
Your text is supported by notorious names who did not sign OpenStand
but most probably do not want a technology fragmentation, so we
understand your statement as,
- a call for a competitive split of the Chinese internet community
from others global communities,
- that would therefore benefit humanity according to the OpenStand statement,
- in contributing to foster global competition and spur innovation?
Thank you for your clarification.
The FSP4NET IUser Group.
At 08:14 17/11/2014, James Seng wrote:
>Here is the updated Statement that we intends to release at the WIC @ Wuzhen.
>In view of the latest statement of Netmundial Initiatives by "I"STAR
>as well as some other comments, we have modify the original
>statement that reference NETmundial statement to the following:
>"We, the undersigned, sincerely invite the leaders of the Chinese
>Internet Community to recognize the following generally acceptable
>Internet principles as a base upon which to build for the Internet in China:"
>I understand there is a differences between NETmundial statement in
>April 2014 and the current NETmundial Initiatives but that might
>easily confused by someone who is not familiar with the events.
>There are some minorÂ grammar and typo edits.
>For those who has signed, please also let me know if your name is
>Thank you for your support!
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