[AfrICANN-discuss] Re: AfrICANN Digest, Vol 28, Issue 3

Eric M.K Osiakwan emko at internetresearch.com.gh
Wed Jun 3 02:50:36 SAST 2009

I concur.....

Eric here

On 2 Jun 2009, at 15:20, Dandjinou Pierre wrote:

> Nii and All,
> The proposed series of questions is a good start and boil down to  
> investigating  whether the ICANN model, which started 11 years ago,  
> has functionned and should be continued without the JPA.
> Katim, while your suggestion is valid, i tend to think we should do  
> it the other way, to be more democratic. Thus, I suggest we all  
> brainstorm on the questions. Answers could be yes or no to the 6  
> questions and comments could be added. Let's give ourselves till  
> Thursday for this exercise an then, by Friday, one of us could come  
> up with a synthesis to discuss and post to NTIA by Saturday 6 june  
> as the Africann view.
> Of course, each individual and AF* should still retain the  
> opportunity of posting their views...
> Hope this serves.
> Pierre
> On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 8:51 AM, Nii Quaynor <quaynor at ghana.com> wrote:
> Pierre,
> I, for sure, will have a personal opinion expressed publicly
> However, we can do some work here on AfrICANN list:
> o has ICANN MOU relationship with DoC provided useful guidance over  
> the years?
> o has ICANN successfully accounted to its community in open and  
> transparent way throughout its series of MOUs with DoC
> o has the Internet remained stable and growing during tenure of  
> ICANN services?
> o has bottomup multistakeholder processes at ICANN been effective?
> o has ICANN demonstrated maturity and is able to remain accountable  
> to the community?
> o continuation of JPA as is or not?
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