Re: [ga] what IF
Eric and all assembly members,
> My opinion here is not technical but socio/strategy
Oopsy! Did I just hear the other shoe drop, or is this the sound
of one hand clapping? >;)
> Sorry for the over addressing but my ga posts have been banned secretly.
Well Thomas does have a socio as we all know, not to mention
a obvious math deficiency...
> Jefsey believe it or not, that is my job.
> We are quite certain that different functionaries would simply separate.
> Like floating orbs.
> IETF: would continue to function just fine. Their recommendations or
> RFCs would still find their way to necessary performers.
> IANA: This is worrisome because some actual mechanics would have to
> revert to the DoC.
Well I don't think that DOC want's it back.. Nor should it really..
> "Root Servers": ICANN does not really have a full handle on this
> technical function but we wonder if they acted totally independent what
> would occur, probably no different from today. Why wouldn't they work
Well oil and water don't mix too well. So maybe there is some
Just a thought of course.
> "SuperNics": This would not change immediately unless some idiot
> actually flipped switches of some sort to break the connections of
> whatever sort. They have plenty of IPs in reserveleg
IP's are only one leg of the operational stool so to speak.
> Versign and down the food chain: If the system does not work they will
> lose money, they will cooperate and continue to work for the best return
> they can muster.
Or roll their own... Pardon the metaphor...
> Probably most important are blocks of users, whether they be like a ccTLD
> like UK or a dotCN. There would be splintering on a political basis and
> we would race to establish new alliances.
Politicians luv new things political such as new alliances. Its like
a habit forming drug to processional politicians. Once hooked on it,
then got to have more and more.
> I think we would have some chaos until men like you and Joe B. and Jim F.
> rise up and competitive systems stabilize in a voluntary system that
> takes economics and politics into consideration. I know it may sound
> radical but you posed the question.
> Jefsey Morfin wrote:
> > Just a question to those who really know...
> > What if the ICANN closed shop?
> > Could someone(s) provide a fair timing of what would happen and when?
> > when / who would notice?
> > jfc
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