[Gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg] a possible solution?

Ariel Manoff amanoff at vmf.com.ar
Wed Apr 1 15:43:20 UTC 2015

Dear all, To be a truly international organization, IPC should move All
Fools' Day to a neutral day. For instance, in Argentina it is December 28th.
When I read this e mail I almost faint. :)

Héctor Ariel Manoff
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De: gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg-bounces at icann.org
[mailto:gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg-bounces at icann.org] En nombre de Metalitz, Steven
Enviado el: miércoles, 01 de abril de 2015 10:03
Para: 'Michele Neylon - Blacknight'; gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg at icann.org
Asunto: Re: [Gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg] a possible solution?

Of course, the following news will also affect our work: 

[Routers]  1 April 2015, Los Angeles   12:01am UTC

Fadi Chehadé, CEO of ICANN announced today major changes in the
internationalization of ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Names and
Numbers, as well as changes in other ICANN plans and activities.  These
changes will take effect immediately.

"To promote greater international equity in ICANN proceedings, we have
decided to phase out English as our lingua franca," Chehadé announced.
>From now on, material written diplomatically will be distributed in French,
the historical language of diplomacy.  All other formal communications will
use Arabic.  In this way, top management at ICANN will be able to follow
activities of the ICANN community clearly and effectively.

In addition, ICANN will rotate IANA approval e-mails in random order through
the entire ISO country code list, rather than just US/NTIA.  Each half
month, a different  country's appropriate governmental body will handle
approval e-mails.  Uruguay is first in line, handling approvals for 1-15
April, followed by Kazakhstan.   An anonymous spokesperson for IANA admitted
that "timing of TLD requests may affect your results."

In the interests of continuity and stability of ICANN, Fadi Chehadé
announced that at the end of his term, his son will take over as President
and CEO of ICANN.  In preparation, Chehadé intends to make every effort to
solidify I* (pronounced "I czar") dominance for his reign.  Chehadé notes
that the conflict is likely to be waged using their preferred weapon,
'poison press releases.'

ICANN's Los Angeles Headquarters will shortly be moved to the Queen
Elizabeth II, which was recently purchased using ICANN auction proceeds, and
which will provide a movable extraterritorial base for stable and secure
future operations.  The tradition of regional meetings will be retained as
the QE2 sails between countries and continents.

In line with its new extraterritorial status, ICANN will apply for UN
membership, and has just designated John Jeffrey to be its first ambassador
to that body.  Jeffrey, a U.S. citizen whose native language is Privileged
and Confidential Californian, said that he planned to promote it as an
additional UN official language.  Further, as part of its plan to transition
itself to country status, ICANN has taken by eminent domain the two-letter
domain ".IC"   The ISO and the government of the Canary Islands have been
notified of this change.  ICANN expects also to apply for membership in the
GAC and to take an active part in its proceedings.

After almost 15 years of effort, ICANN committees studying the evolution of
WHOIS have found a solution to the thorny issues plaguing their progress.
"We have decided rather to create a WHOISN'T service for people who were
never born," explained one member of a committee who requested anonymity,
"We don't know who those people are because they never were, so we couldn't
care less about what happens to their data."

In a long overdue evolution of ICANN's tradition of open discussion, the
public forum will undergo substantial revision.  At future public forums,
the community will sit on stage, and the Board and staff will line up behind
microphones and tell them what to do.
ICANN congratulates the CWG for making such rapid progress.  In the
tradition of digital archery, the CWG has adopted the principle of planetary
archery, and has recommended that IANA reviews be scheduled for each total
solar eclipse, with the review committee consisting of representatives from
each country observing at least 80% of totality.  In appreciation of its
service to the community, the CWG will be honored at its forthcoming 100th
meeting by being awarded the coveted Sisyphus Perseverance Award, named
after the Greek God Sisyphus, who really got the ball rolling.  

Until the ship sails, ICANN is still located at 12025 Waterfront Drive in
Los Angeles, California, USA.

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg-bounces at icann.org] On Behalf Of Michele Neylon -
Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2015 8:56 AM
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Subject: [Gnso-ppsai-pdp-wg] a possible solution?

Maybe this is the solution? 

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