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Re: [ga] Letter from ICANN to New.net

> >I don't want to underestimate the importance of the different political
> >POVs on the multiple roots, but since this issue has negligible support
> >(if any at all) in the Protocol community, and specifically at the IETF,
> >ICANN should not do anything else than dismiss it.


It's unfortunate that so few people have read New.net's position paper
carefully, including it would appear ICANN staff and Stuart Lynn.

In it, New.net does not argue for multiple roots systems, rather New.net
argues about the means by which new TLDs gain acceptance into
the(marginally) DoC-controlled/ICANN root.

It is perplexing to me that when people attempt to engage in a dialogue
about the means by which new TLDs are introduced into the ICANN root, they
are met with the statement "multiple roots are bad and we can't recognize

It's a non-sequitor, and an unfortunate distraction away from the
conversation that should be happening.

                               Patrick Greenwell
                       Earth is a single point of failure.

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