Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] It’s like that in life, there are always bad players and bad losers!

Pierre Lotis NANKEP lnankep at
Fri Oct 12 09:25:12 SAST 2012

Dear Karim,

The situation is not as simple as you want to imagine.

Why we refuse to see things as they are? Why try to distract people by saying that there is no conflict? The situation is such that even a blind or even a mental patient understands that there is conflict, and that conflict is at different  levels.

I advise our community to do not declare victory before the result were announced by ICANN.

Let ICANN arbitrate.

However, everyone is free to draw the attention of ICANN on a fact that it considers relevant. Is not that the freedom of expression and openness that we cry day and night?


Pierre Lotis NANKEP
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 De : attoumani karim <attoukarim at>
À : "africann at" <africann at> 
Envoyé le : Vendredi 12 octobre 2012 7h45
Objet : [AfrICANN-discuss] It’s like that in life, there are always bad players and bad losers!

Colleagues, I react on these two articles:

If we refer to strings submited to this first round, we can note a demand for the string africa (applicant id 1-1243-89583) and another one dotafrica (1-1165-42560). I wonder why write these kinds of articles would hear in a conflict between two entities for africa string that does not exist. I agree that we must avoid conflicts of interest, but for the .Africa, this conflict should not exist. There are many cases that can be used to illustrate the conflict of interest within ICANN and not the .Africa (to differentiate from .DotAfrica)
I’m sure people who have applied for the DotAfrica (as string) knew they had lost in advance the africa!

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