I would like to understand why you never consider that such things could
simply be subject to competition? And if this way you do not encourage
the emergence of the VGN multiplication?<br><br>
At 21:28 16/03/2014, Steve Crocker wrote:<br>
<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite="">On the other hand, here are some
other things that have been treated as policy issues in the past that are
intimately related to the operation of the IANA function.
<li>DNSSEC. Should the root be signed? If so, how? What
should the rules be for assuring trust in the process? How often
should the root key be changed? Etc.
<li>IPv6 addresses for root servers. Should IPv6 addresses be
included as glue records for the root servers?
<li>IDN TLDs. Are IDNs ok as top level domains?
</ul> We need a system that is transparent and accountable. We
also need a system that is efficient and effective.</blockquote><br>
Is there a list of the IANA entries that have been decided by ICANN/IANA
and not by IETF or IETF experts? All these debates are a question of
trust. If you want people to trust you, be transparent. What is not from
the IETF and from the multitude in the IANA data?<br><br>
<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite="">Can you identify specific
instances where the current configuration has failed to operate properly
and where the failure is due to lack of strict functional
Why gTLDs propositions had to respect the foreign US policy? <br><br>
<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite="">(Also, I think thereís been
pretty strong separation in place for a long time, so Iím not sure how
much more separation you have in mind.<br><br>
<blockquote type=cite class=cite cite="">This may also be a big part of
the expectations of global stakeholders.<br><br>
There is also the issue of ICANN being subject to US law. This
remains a problem if ICANN plans to keep the administrative function
The question has already been asked and Iíll ask again. What is the
specific problem about being subject to US law? As a general
matter, rule of law is usually considered one of the U.S.ís very
Sorry. This not the way the world is now used to consider the USG.
However the real question regarding the US law, is not the US. The
question is why are the US demanding that Govs do not represent their
citizens on an equal footing with them. National laws should apply to
national ICANN the same as the US one. They might be independent ICANN or
an ICANN franchise or chapters? Why have ICANN never investigated