[AfrICANN-discuss] [AFRI-Discuss] Call for topics: Joint AFRALO-AfrICANN meeting for ICANN67
lizorembo at gmail.com
Wed Jan 15 13:51:32 UTC 2020
Thank you Sarah for starting us on this.
With the spirit of the new year, new decade, I would suggest that we issue
a statement on our areas of focus for 2020. This will give us a goal and a
roadmap on what we want to achieve as Afralo moving forward.
Otherwise the already suggested topics will also do.
On Wed, Jan 15, 2020, 15:51 Dr Eberhard W Lisse <el at lisse.na> wrote:
> you are of course right (never mind the issues of scale), but remember,
> this is the AFRALO/AfrICAN waffle session, where prepared resolution is
> read, approved by whoever could get their trip funded to sit around
> there and then consigned to the trash bin.
> On 15/01/2020 13:56, Michele Neylon - Blacknight wrote:
> > Why would an “end user” care? Why would anyone want to make it more
> > complicated and scary to get online? Surely this is an issue for
> > industry and not the “end user”?
> > Most of the DNS abuse issues at the moment are due to providers not
> > looking after their own networks / devices or acting on abuse reports.
> > It’s not a coincidence that we end up having to block entire countries
> > from our network on a regular basis
> > While the goal of Barrack’s proposal might be honourable I don’t think
> > it’s particularly practical or realistic
> > To use an analogy.
> > You can train someone to check the oil in their car, which in the DNS
> > space could be akin to making sure that software was kept up to date
> > But pushing DNS abuse knowledge would be like expecting me to be able
> > to strip my car down
> > Regards
> > Michele
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