[AfrICANN-discuss] Re: AfrICANN Digest, Vol 93, Issue 15

ymshana2003 ymshana2003 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 18 19:44:00 UTC 2014

I can see education on thid issue going on. Well done all. 

The poison of any discussion is when either party misconcepts the issues by assuming that what they believe in is everything on earth. Lets tread gently please. .



Well done

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From: Dr Eberhard Lisse <el at lisse.NA> 
Date:18/11/2014  17:33  (GMT+02:00) 
To: cafec3m at yahoo.fr,africann at afrinic.net 
Subject: Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] Re: AfrICANN Digest, Vol 93, Issue 15 

Dear Miss CAFEC,

closed vessel
community actors
exclusive problem
expressed a concern
intelligible formulations
regional organizations

More Bingo. Never mind the English, spelling and grammar.

Please note, that you are not communicating with the uninitiated.


On 2014-11-18 17:15, CAFEC wrote:
> Hello Dr,
> You certainly have more expertise than me and found a sense of common
> terms used. Apologies if my contribution has inconsistencies. Could you
> correct this inconsistency with intelligible formulations. I may be
> naive but I just expressed a concern.
> The transition from IANA should not be regarded as an exclusive problem
> to be discussed in a closed vessel.
> ECOWAS (http://www.ecowas.int/index5.php?lang=fr), ECCAS
> (http://www.ceeac-eccas.org/index.php/fr/?option=com_content&view=article&id=
> 2 & Itemid = 2), COMESA (http://www.comesa.int/), SADC
> (http://www.sadc.int/) are regional organizations in which almost all
> african countries are found as members according to their geographical area.
> The debate on the transition from IANA concerned states and actors in
> those states that are incurred. Most of these states are members of the
> GAC or may become.
> The involvement of regional organizations is a proposed community actors
> in the DRC during the plenary ICANN 51 given the delicacy of the subject
> in relation to the future management of the IANA.
> Your question leaves me perpelxe when we cry every day multiple
> stakeholder approach.
>  B
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> courriel:cafec3m at yahoo.fr
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> Le Jeudi 6 novembre 2014 10h25, Dr Eberhard Lisse <el at lisse.NA> a écrit :
> When I read
> African players
> African reality
> africa debate
> burden
> context
> debate
> identify
> illuminate the shadows
> multistakeholders approach
> plenary
> resources
> situation of insecurity
> I thought of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buzzword_bingo
> but then I have no idea what ECOWAS, ECCAS, COMESA and/or SADC might
> have to do with the IANA transition.
> greetings, el
> On 2014-11-06 11:04, Baudouin Schombe wrote:
>> Janvier actually, I fully share your view.  We have the daily
>> burden as recurrent and with the situation of insecurity.  AfriNIC
>> I think can help us to identify 2 or 3 resources person in the
>> field to lead the africa debate level and possibly illuminate the
>> shadows.  In this context, knowing the African reality, I proposed
>> at the ICANN 51 plenary in Los Angeles that this debate be opened
>> further involving ECOWAS, ECCAS, COMESA and SADC for all African
>> players participate in this debate in respect of multistakeholders
>> approach.  This is an extremely important debate and we need
>> africa gives his opinion on it.  Again, Janvier, thank you for
>> your contribution.
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