[AfrICANN-discuss] Towards mailing list version 2.0

Adamou Nacer adamou.nacer at gmail.com
Thu Dec 6 08:28:34 SAST 2012

like Pierre, I sometimes felt the need to have a kind of moderation on 
this list. But in fact, that is not a good idea because the purpose of 
this list is (afaik) to encourage discussions within the african 
internet community on any issue of concern.
But what I would agree with is an AfriNIC code of conduct that each 
person on any of the afriNIC's mailing list must explicitly or 
implicitly accept.
Yes, I think Dr Lisse is right pointing out the fact that the mailing 
list is not the problem but the behaviour of individuals within that 
mailing list.
It is just a contribution.


Le 06/12/2012 07:15, Dr Eberhard W Lisse a écrit :
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> Besides agreeing with me that Ms Bekele has been lying (to this
> list) and used a false on line identity (which may attract US
> Federal charges) you just proved that you do not understand what
> Internet Governance means, or perhaps that you do but don't want to
> have it.
> Never mind that it is not the mailing list "technique" that is at
> fault, but the conduct of the individual concerned.
> In any case in practice it would be extremely difficult to implement
> because you need to get each and every member not only to use PGP
> but also to build PGP credentials, attending PGP events and the
> like.
> But then you are an IT engineer, so you would have thought this
> through.  Well actually, the level of expertise displayed on this
> list is shocking as usual.
> My emails from the Macs are signed with SSL as a matter of course,
> but I haven't had time yet to load the certificate onto the iPhone 5
> and iPad mini.  I also don't know how to do this in Blackberry, nor
> do I care.  But just for the fun of it this one is also signed with
> my PGP key.
> You could easily sign your emails with your key C6512919...
> el
> On 2012-12-06 07:32 , Pierre Lotis NANKEP wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> All the discussion about mail header, who is who, who did what, ...
>> proved that the mailing list technique is not enough to answer all
>> these questions.
>> Hence, it is time to upgrade to mailing list version 2.0
>> The mailing list version 2.0 = Face-list (subscription with photo)
>> + Security embedded (through digital signature provide with
>> standard as OpenPGP).
>> Thus we will need a special client to read / post in the mailing
>> list.  This approach (technical regulation) will certainly improve
>> the Internet Governance
>> -- Pierre Lotis NANKEP
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