Re: [ga] remote participation
I would be perfectly happy to limit the experiment to interactions with
I quite agree that that filering live comment via remote procedures like
those currently in use by ICANN threatens to limit the value of live
participation -- the idea is to encourage an increase of the quality by
aligning the interests of the rich and well-resourced with the rest of us.
[P.S. I should perhaps note that I long ago killfiled Dave Cr*cker so that
I never see messages from him, and only see message to, or cc him when
they are by someone, like Harald, in my "read everything" file. Life is
On Sun, 18 Feb 2001, Harald Alvestrand wrote:
> At 12:35 18/02/2001 -0800, Dave Crocker wrote:
> >There is extensive experience, in a few forums, with doing online
> >process. Essentially all of them rely on periodic, face-to-face meetings
> >for "efficient" consideration and resolution of difficult issues.
> >Such meetings are not subject to the sort of artificial crippling that
> >Professor Froomkin is idealizing.
> for the kind of dynamic, in-room discussion that went on at the GA meeting
> in Marina Del Rey, I think the "crippling" effect would probably be seen.
> (My interpretation, of course....)
> For the kind of line-up-and-ask-your-question that we saw during the open
> Board question session, I don't think the difference would be all that big.
> Your mileage may vary.
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