Re: [ga] icannatlarge.com
what we see deevlopping is two coordinated efforts:
- top-down by Joop and a .com braintrust with $ funding
- bottom-up by my modest proposition and call for help
.com will be referenced on .org as the core @large. Let say the ICANN
oriented and dependent. So it is more related to the ICANN as a governance
body, where the urgency is today.
.org is open for you take charge of the hk@large site. So it will take much
longer and will also stay much longer as the international @large
cooperative governance support not dependant from the ICANN. This will take
much longer time.
Two different and complementary ways. One to tackle the ICANN threatning us
to call on Govs, one to relate and cooperate with local Govs and community
to control the ICANN. Since there will be local forums, there will be a
need in most of the countries for local registration too to comply with
local laws if they want free speach. So let address one issue at a time.
At 09:27 28/02/02, Adam PEAKE wrote:
>You know, we're talking about creating a participatory membership.
>Nationally, regionally and globally structured (probably?) I can't see
>any reason why anyone who wants to participate in a membership of this
>type would object to revealing who they are and where they are (e.g.,
>Adam Peake, Tokyo, Japan, seems acceptable, no?) No email listing, no
>telephone or fax numbers, or physical address that someone could farm
>the lists for mailing addresses.
>Joop Teernstra wrote:
> > On 22:14 27/02/02 -0800, Rick H Wesson said:
> > >Joop,
> > >
> > >names and locations publicly.
> > >
> > >and that registrants agree to the policy before signing up.
> > "Your postal and e-mail address will remain confidential."
> > You make a good point that the publishing of name and city should be
> > specifically agreed to.
> > I'll add that in the next iteration, with permission of my editorial panel.
> > Thanks.
> > --Joop
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