Re: [wg-review] Re: [cctld-discuss] Comments on review of DNSObyMrPark
Hello. I am interested in exactly what you mean by your statement:
"3. Getting ICANN sorted.
and when that is achieved, turn to less important issues. Such as
Are you suggesting that the participating forums here focus on matters concerning
ICANN policy and ICANN processes so that ICANN and its supporting organizations may
have a better understanding of their problems in managing the industry?
I have suggested through out these processes that participating forums here should
address ICANN's fundamental problems and propose solutions to those identifiable
problems. Then, other matters may be efficiently addressed from there.
Instead, I see only a very few individuals running the show here and those few
appear to only build upon comments or ideas that fit ICANN's current self-serving
agenda. This agenda excludes the international community from any real
participation in the control and management of the Internet.
I see a process here that involves participation and raises good ideas, however,
only those comments or ideas that benefit ICANN's current self-serving agenda and
the exclusion of the international community are accepted as acceptable topics
There are more comments opposing certain ICANN policy than any other topic here.
However, these matters appear rejected by those very few who are controlling these
forums and discussions for ICANN.
These matters are not only about ICANN here. Especially when ICANN itself has
raised questions regarding that there is a lack of international support. These
matters are about global participation and the control and management of the DNS
and the inclusion of the international community.
So, why are comments or discussions regarding the problems with the ICANN model and
policy appear not allowed as agenda topics here?
Eberhard W Lisse wrote:
> In message <20010124160308.75A8F75011@ook.connect.ie>, "Martin Maguire" writes:
> > I note the effort and energy that is going into this issue and
> > although a native English speaker ( though people may find it hard
> > to follow my accent ) I beleive the issue divides into 2 main areas.
> But your written command is so nice :-)-O
> > 1. The practical issue - accurately translated documents in local
> > languages.
> I have no problem with that, none whatsoever.
> > 2. The 'political / cost' decision to have this as an ongoing part
> > of the service.
> Not even with that, but our first priority should be
> 3. Getting ICANN sorted.
> and when that is achieved, turn to less important issues. Such as
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