Re: [Ianaplan] Transition proposal for naming-related functions

Jefsey <> Wed, 06 May 2015 17:04 UTC

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All this debate only shows that a machines and machines network is 
not built by lawyer agreements. But by adequate layer 
interoperability. What should be discussed should be: if an IETF RFC 
says this, and an ICANN ICP says that, and LIBRE says something 
different, as well as China, or Liecheinstein, will it make the 
Internet 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 more or less sustainable and intercomptible?
And who will say so. IAB? IEEE? USCC? Running code? Living mode? 
Markets? ITU? Military-industrial lobbies? UN? cyberwar? Davos/NetMundial?


At 23:02 05/05/2015, John Curran wrote:
>On May 5, 2015, at 8:58 AM, John Curran 
><<>> wrote:
>>    Note also that there will shortly be another related IANA 
>> stewardship transition draft
>>    released for comment (from the CCWG) which proposes some 
>> changes to ICANN’s
>>    governance structures, and that document should also be 
>> reviewed once available
>>    for comment.
>While the protocol parameter community’s IANA Stewardship 
>transition proposal (i.e. the
>IANAplan proposal) relies predominantly upon contractual measures 
>for purposes of IANA
>accountability to the affected community, there may be some on this 
>list interested in the
>ICANN accountability measures being discussed in in the CCWG -
>"The CCWG-Accountability requests community feedback on the proposed 
>enhancements to ICANN's accountability framework it has identified 
>as essential to happen or be committed to before the IANA 
>Stewardship Transition takes place (Work Stream 1). Your input will 
>help the CCWG-Accountability to improve its proposal and carry on 
>with next steps, including Chartering Organizations' endorsement of 
>the CCWG-Accountability output before it is submitted to the ICANN 
>Board. This comment period is an opportunity for you to make your 
>voice heard and to shape the outcome of the CCWG-Accountability work. ...”
>“… The CCWG-Accountability Draaft Report is the Document on which 
>the CCWG-Accountability seeks your input and feedback. For ease of 
>reading in this Public Comment period, the Draft Report is available 
>in two document styles:
>• CCWG-Accountability Draft Report (witthout annexes): 
>[PDF, 1.72 MB]
>• CCWG-Accountability Draft Reporrt (with annexes): 
>[PDF, 2.05 MB] "
>John Curran
>President and CEO
>Ianaplan mailing list