An Open Discussion With the IAB ?
Tue Jun 16 02:59:40 CEST 1998
The statement below was recently released by the Internet Architecture Board (IAB). The members of the IAB are shown below and here: <http://www.isi.edu/iab/members.html> In my opinion, the best way to hold an open discussion about this announcement is with the IAB on the Internet. If these people are really interested in open discussions about Internet Governance they can easily post their views to the lists that seem to attract people from around the world. No one needs to fly to Washington, D.C. to participate in these discussions. The discussions can happen at any time. It is up to the IAB to enter these open discussions. To date, they have hardly participated. As more and more discussions open up and as people begin to look at alternative Internet architectures, one would think that the IAB members would be interested in helping to shape these discussions. It will be interesting to see if they participate in the growing, global Internet in open discussions with people other than themselves. They have the opportunity, it is sitting in front of them. Jim Fleming Brian Carpenter -- brian at hursley.ibm.com -- IAB Chair Steve Bellovin -- smb at research.att.com Jon Crowcroft -- J.Crowcroft at cs.ucl.ac.uk Steve Deering -- deering at cisco.com Ned Freed -- Ned.Freed at innosoft.com Tony Hain -- tonyhain at microsoft.com Tim Howes -- howes at netscape.com Erik Huizer -- Erik.Huizer at sec.nl Cyndi Jung -- cmj at 3Com.com John Klensin -- klensin at mail1.reston.mci.net -- Liaison to the IESG Robert Moskowitz -- rgm at icsa.net Charlie Perkins -- charles.perkins at sun.com EX OFFICIO Fred Baker -- fred at cisco.com -- IETF/IESG Chair Keith Moore -- "moore at cs.utk.edu -- Liaison from the IESG Abel Weinrib -- AWeinrib at ibeam.jf.intel.com -- IRTF Chair, IAB Executive Director Jon Postel -- postel at isi.edu -- IANA -- RFC Editor On Monday, June 15, 1998 7:31 AM, Kent Crispin[SMTP:kent at SONGBIRD.COM] wrote: @posted to the ietf list: @ @-----Forwarded message from Brian E Carpenter <brian at hursley.ibm.com>----- @Date: Mon, 15 Jun 1998 09:16:36 +0100 @From: Brian E Carpenter <brian at hursley.ibm.com> @Organization: IBM Internet Division @To: ietf at ietf.org @Subject: IAB statement on US Government White Paper @ @ @The Internet Architecture Board (IAB) has reviewed the US Government @White Paper at @http://www.ntia.doc.gov/ntiahome/domainname/6_5_98dns.htm @and welcomes it, especially the emphasis on self-governance @for the Internet. In our view it is rather urgent to build @international consensus around the new IANA corporation, and @the IAB will strive to do so as quickly as possible. In particular, @the IAB believes that the new corporation must be built out @from the existing IANA function hosted by the Information Sciences @Institute of the University of Southern California under the @direction of Jon Postel. @ @The IAB is an oversight committee of the Internet Engineering Task @Force (IETF). For further details, please see the Web site @http://www.iab.org/iab . @ @ @ Brian Carpenter (IAB Chair) June 15, 1998 @ @-----End of forwarded message----- @ @-- @Kent Crispin, PAB Chair "No reason to get excited", @kent at songbird.com the thief he kindly spoke... @PGP fingerprint: B1 8B 72 ED 55 21 5E 44 61 F4 58 0F 72 10 65 55 @http://songbird.com/kent/pgp_key.html @ @ @-- @DOMAIN-POLICY administrivia should be sent to <listserv at lists.internic.net> @To unsubscribe send a message with only one line "SIGNOFF DOMAIN-POLICY" @For more help regarding Listserv commands send the one line "HELP" @ @ @ Jim Fleming Unir Corporation - http://www.unir.com 1998 - The Year of the C+@ IS Coordinator for the AM Radio Station Registry - http://www.DOT.AM -------- Logged at Tue Jun 16 11:03:01 MET DST 1998 ---------
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