Re: [arch-d] The Internet Architecture for Pandemics/Emergencies/Crises

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I don't know if this is relevant but I will ask you to decide please, 
just in case it is relevant.
These are linked from
Also, my research on communicating through the language barrier may 
possibly be relevant, as I have a small study on seeking information 
about relatives and friends through the language barrier after a 
William Overington
Sunday 10 May 2020

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From: "Guntur Wiseno Putra" <>
To: "John Levine" <>;;;
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Sent: Sunday, 2020 May 10 At 14:55
Subject: [arch-d] The Internet Architecture for 
Dear John Day, Toerless,
S. Moonesamy, John Levine &

Those the ISOC-sponsored organizations will perhaps be at field together 
with this UN-sponsored initiative --especially with people of 
"communication and management"-- to work on the Internet 
(architecture--if there are emergencies)-related problems:

Volunteers for Novel Coronavirus (Covid 19) Pandemic Response 

This page said among others on how the pandemic affected essential 
public services: a matter of which it is perhaps about the Internet 


Critical points of the news blog "What Does A Global Pandemic Means for 
the Internet?" I referred to at the previous message:

"The Internet has long been a connector beyond the physical. Now, it’s 
the only reason people are able to see their faraway loved ones and 
complete remote projects with their coworkers amid pandemic-prompted 
social distancing. It’s a great moment for the technology...":

- the Internet access at home.

- a secure way to communicate....

- innovative ways using the Internet to communicate: people are 
realizing the importance of the Internet

- funds for broadband infrastructures

- engineering networks

- traffic, platform, infrastructure

- cybersecurity: platforms and services, privacy, phishing 

- we are learning

Guntur Wiseno Putra
Pada Minggu, 10 Mei 2020, John Levine < 
<> > menulis:
In article < 
<> >,
  Toerless Eckert  < <> > wrote:
  >... to me the ISOC call for proposals looks like
  >very much baked to favour established administrative entities (must 
  >able to have track record to manage the money). Aka: I fear it will
  >exclude core technical innovators that have not managed to build up
  >a bureaucracy large enough to deal with money that way. Too bad.
  >Managing the money is a service that ISOC should be able to provide
  >to innovators.

  I expect it won't be a surprise to hear that since the ISOC foundation
  is in the U.S., it has to follow U.S. law.

  Also, 501(c)(3) is not very difficult to qualify for.  There are over
  a million registered non-profits in the U.S., and while a few are
  large, 75% of them have annual budgets under $50K.

  John Levine, <> , Primary 
Perpetrator of "The Internet for Dummies",
  Please consider the environment before reading this e-mail. <>

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