[ccwg-internet-governance] Missing link [was Jurisdiction (was Composition of the ICG)]

Marilyn Cade marilynscade at hotmail.com
Mon Aug 4 16:10:05 UTC 2014

I will shortly post an update I am aware of related to NETmundial followup, and will welcome how the CCWG-IG assesses and comments. Keeping this collegial relationship with the ianatransition cc group seems very positive. CCWG - IG has a limited but important focus for ICANN. 

I also wonder how many of us are traveling to IGF and perhaps we can gather that information. 

Marilyn Cade
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> On Aug 4, 2014, at 2:58 AM, "Brian E Carpenter" <brian.e.carpenter at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Alissa,
>> On 03/08/2014 05:34, Alissa Cooper wrote:
>> ...
>> I can only speak for the IETF, where we have 7000+ RFCs that have been
>> produced over the span of decades via an input-gathering and
>> consensus-building process that has engaged participants from most
>> countries in the world. I’m guessing the RIRs could provide information
>> about their processes as well.
> This is a vital point.
> Whast seems clear to me is that both the IETF and the RIR communities
> have consistently, over the years, followed the same principle,
> summarised in the IETF mission as "make the Internet work better".
> This is why those two communities have a sound working relationship
> with ICANN and IANA, where disagreements never really escalate into
> disputes, accountability is mutual, appeals to third parties are
> never needed, and "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" really does apply.
> I don't mean this to sound complacent: it's a hard won result.
> Root zone operations are in a similar place.
> I don't see any equivalent in the TLD policy space, which has been
> dominated by selfishness, money-grubbing and politics. The transition
> that we really need is to a consensus to "make the Internet work better"
> there too. IMHO the TLD "community" has some work to do. Hopefully
> they will bring a decent proposal to the ICG.
>    Brian
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