Re: Modern Global Standards Paradigm

Michael Richardson <> Sun, 12 August 2012 21:06 UTC

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>>>>> "jean-michel" == jean-michel bernier de portzamparc <> writes:
    jean-michel> Dear Mr. Carpenter,
    jean-michel> I do not understand this.
    jean-michel> Would you want to examplify the ITU supposed good manners?
    jean-michel> I am lost.

So am I.
You process to represent open source developers.

Yes, many of us are concerned about USG control over ICANN, but
I don't know where/how you pretend to represent "us", when we can't even
agree on much at all on a good day.

It's funny though, "I*" pattern matches ITU as well.


{And.. why is some kind of open standards/open source person posting
messages that are in:
   Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252

(noticed the "smart-quotes" which do not render for me)... okay, 2
points for actually announcing that your message is in a non-standard
character set, but minus 10 for using that.}

Michael Richardson <>ca>, Sandelman Software Works