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[I-coordination] What is 1net to me?

Ian Peter ian.peter at ianpeter.com
Wed Dec 4 03:31:39 CET 2013


Jorge wrote:

>I'd gladly bring more people from the "bottom" that may be willing to participate, I don't have a particular affiliation so I consider myself part of the bottom.

enough assholes here already IMHO (sorry coudn’t resist that...)

From: Jorge Amodio 
Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2013 11:24 AM
To: John Curran 
Cc: I-coordination at nro.net 
Subject: Re: [I-coordination] What is 1net to me?


Thanks for the follow up John and apologies for the late and short response.

On Sun, Dec 1, 2013 at 9:36 PM, John Curran <jcurran at arin.net> wrote:

  On Dec 2, 2013, at 6:24 AM, Jorge Amodio <jmamodio at gmail.com> wrote:

  > IMHO calling 1net a bottom-up initiative is as bogus as taking ICANN as a reference model of a working multistakeholder organization.


  Jorge -

    I don't know if it a language issue or some other lack of clarity, but we don't seem
    to be actually achieving communications.   You've replied implying I called 1net
    "a bottom-up initiative" and such is bogus.


Perhaps a little bit of both, compounded with perception and posture.

    I did not say "1net is a bottom-up initiative", what I said was that while 1net was
    brought into being by the I* leaders, that fact does not preclude it from being run
    as a bottom-up initiative  _if folks desire such and participate_.  Specifically -


Very often is not what we say "literately"  but what we infer and others interpret. I'm very clear that you didn't say that, but is being "marketed" as that, and if by a fact it is not today we'll make it bottom up...that's not really my understanding and perception of a grassroots bottom up movement... but it is not even a "movement" now some say.

I'm in the same page as Brian Carpenter, I'm still trying to understand why we need 1net and what is (are) the problem(s) we are trying to solve.

About the website, I'd suggest we reduce the db's on promoting it too much until it has some meaningful content. First thing you see when you get there is "Safeguarding the Public Trust of the Internet".... so 1net became now "The Templars of the Internet" ?

I'd gladly bring more people from the "bottom" that may be willing to participate, I don't have a particular affiliation so I consider myself part of the bottom.

Best Regards
Jorge



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