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Re : [rpd] Re: AfrICANN Digest, Vol 96, Issue 20
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Fri Feb 6 09:53:41 UTC 2015
Félicitations Adiel et beaucoup de courage.
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De : "gehoumi" <gehoumi at benintelecoms.bj>
Pour : <africann at afrinic.net>, "rpd >> AfriNIC Resource Policy" <rpd at afrinic.net>
Objet : [rpd] Re: AfrICANN Digest, Vol 96, Issue 20
Date : ven., févr. 6, 2015 01:12
Mes felicitations Adiel !
Best RegardGrégoire EHOUMIBENIN TELECOMS+229 90036576
Le 5 févr. 2015 à 22:39, africann-request at afrinic.net a écrit :Send AfrICANN mailing list submissions to africann at afrinic.netTo subscribe or unsubscribe via the World Wide Web, visit https://lists.afrinic.net/mailman/listinfo.cgi/africannor, via email, send a message with subject or body 'help' to africann-request at afrinic.netYou can reach the person managing the list at africann-owner at afrinic.netWhen replying, please edit your Subject line so it is more specificthan "Re: Contents of AfrICANN digest..."Today's Topics: 1. Re: Fwd: ICANN News Alert -- Adiel Akplogan to Join ICANN as VP of Technical Engagement (Aouaouche El-Maouhab) 2. Call for Hosting AFRINIC-23 - 3 weeks left to submit your proposal (AFRINIC Communication) 3. Call for Volunteers for the NomCom 2015 (AFRINIC Communication) 4. Re: Net Neutrality takes a surprising turn with FCC proposal (Douglas Onyango)----------------------------------------------------------------------Message: 1Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2015 13:02:23 +0100 (GMT+01:00)From: Aouaouche El-Maouhab <elmaouhab at wissal.dz>Subject: Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] Fwd: ICANN News Alert -- Adiel Akplogan to Join ICANN as VP of Technical EngagementTo: AfrICANN list <africann at afrinic.net>Message-ID: <15640853.4275.1423137740892.JavaMail.user at user-PC>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=utf-8Congratulations Adiel !!!!!!----- Original Message -----From: "Nelly Kwende" <nkwende at gmail.com>To: "AfrICANN list" <africann at afrinic.net>Sent: Thursday, 5 February, 2015 12:28:59 PMSubject: Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] Fwd: ICANN News Alert -- Adiel Akplogan to Join ICANN as VP of Technical EngagementCongratulation Adiel and best wishes. Best Regard Nelly 2015-02-04 18:59 GMT+01:00 Seun Ojedeji < seun.ojedeji at gmail.com > : Join me in congratulating the former CEO of AFRINIC on his new role within ICANN. Good to know that he will still be as close to the community. I wish him all the best! Regards sent from Google nexus 4 kindly excuse brevity and typos. ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: "ICANN News Alert" < communications at icann.org > Date: 4 Feb 2015 18:30 Subject: ICANN News Alert -- Adiel Akplogan to Join ICANN as VP of Technical Engagement To: < seun.ojedeji at gmail.com > Cc: ICANNNews Alert https://www.icann.org/news/announcement-2015-02-04-en Adiel Akplogan to Join ICANN as VP of Technical Engagement Role aimed at strengthening ties to the technical community 4 February 2015 Veteran Internet technology expert Adiel Akplogan is joining ICANN in the newly created role of Vice President for Technical Engagement. Akplogan served most recently as the Chief Executive Officer of AfriNIC, the Internet Numbers' Resource Registry for Africa, a position he has held since 2004. "I'm delighted to welcome Adiel to ICANN," said Sally Costerton, Special Advisor to the President for Global Stakeholder Engagement. "He is a highly respected contributor to the Internet community and his experienced leadership will reinforce and deepen ICANN's long term participation in the technical community of which it is a critical part." Akplogan is among the original Internet pioneers in West Africa, where he has played a critical role in setting up and managing CAFENet, one of the first private Internet Service Providers in the region. "It's my sincere hope that I can help ICANN achieve the high level of operational excellence that it is aiming for," said Adiel. "We are all striving to maintain and improve a global communication and information system that will define our future on multiple levels." In his new position, Akplogan will help ICANN conduct technical engagement and outreach. He will also provide some valuable links to the ICT community on the African continent, since he was instrumental in establishing several technical coordination bodies such as the African Network Operators Group (AfNOG), the African ccTLD Managers Association (AfTLD), AfricaCERT and the Africa Internet Summit (AIS). Akplogan will be based in Montreal, Canada and will assume his new position on March 1. To download a high-resolution photo of Adiel Akoplogan, go here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/icann/16440900351/ This message was sent to seun.ojedeji at gmail.com from: ICANN News Alert | communications at icann.org | ICANN | 12025 Waterfront Drive Suite 300 | Los Angeles, CA 90094-2536 Email Marketing by iContact - Try It Free!Manage Your Subscription _______________________________________________ AfrICANN mailing list AfrICANN at afrinic.net https://lists.afrinic.net/mailman/listinfo.cgi/africann -- Nelly KWENDE 01 BP 7470 Cotonou B�İnin cel: +229 95 05 00 46 _______________________________________________AfrICANN mailing listAfrICANN at afrinic.nethttps://lists.afrinic.net/mailman/listinfo.cgi/africann------------------------------Message: 2Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2015 16:33:30 +0400From: AFRINIC Communication <comm-announce at afrinic.net>Subject: [AfrICANN-discuss] Call for Hosting AFRINIC-23 - 3 weeks left to submit your proposalTo: africann at afrinic.netMessage-ID: <64FEB328-9DE6-4D6A-A48A-1B4F5BD74798 at afrinic.net>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1252"Dear Colleagues,The Call for Hosting AFRINIC�s 23rd Public Policy Meeting, AFRINIC-23, is still open.We invite potential organisations to submit a proposal to host this event, which will tentatively take place from 21 to 27 November 2015.All hosting requirements can be found here at:http://www.afrinic.net/images/stories/Library/mou/submit%20a%20proposal%20to%20host%20an%20afrinic%20meeting%20-%20afrinic-23.pdf.Kindly use the information provided as a guide to prepare Country Host Proposal and Budget.The deadline for submission of Country Host Proposals is 01 March 2015.For more information or queries on Hosting Requirements, please contact: meeting at afrinic.netWe hope to hear from you soon and thank you in advance for your interest in hosting an AFRINIC meeting.Best regards,AFRINIC Communications Team-------------- next part --------------An HTML attachment was scrubbed...URL: https://lists.afrinic.net/pipermail/africann/attachments/20150205/b8467a61/attachment-0001.html------------------------------Message: 3Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2015 17:56:12 +0400From: AFRINIC Communication <comm-announce at afrinic.net>Subject: [AfrICANN-discuss] Call for Volunteers for the NomCom 2015 To: africann at afrinic.netMessage-ID: <30333F82-9F42-4908-B508-C07D1AC80BDA at afrinic.net>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"Dear Colleagues,During 2015, we will hold several elections in our community as follows: - 04 June 2015:AFRINIC Board (two seats - Southern and Eastern)Policy Development Working Group: one co-Chair.- November 2015: NRO-NC/ICANN ASO AC (one Representative)According to Section 9 of the AFRINIC by-laws, a Nominations Committee (NomCom) appointed by the Board must work to ensure that appropriate candidates are nominated to contest for open seats and that all elections are successfully conducted according to current procedures.The NomCom shall be composed of four members as follows:One member selected from within the AFRINIC BoardThree members selected by the AFRINIC Board from the community.We are now looking for volunteers from the community to fill the three open positions on the 2015 NomCom. For fairness, volunteers are expected to not be from a region where a Board seat is up for renewal.Responsibilities of the NomCom are defined in section 9 of the AFRINIC bylaws and comprise of the following.Call for candidates for all open elections (above).Describe all criteria and qualifications for eligibility to stand for election.Where necessary, interview candidates prior to final candidate slate.Communicate the final list of candidates for any election.AFRINIC staff will provide logistical support to the NomCom throughout their mandate. Such support includes publication of the list of nominees, compilation of comments, mailing list moderation, website update, communication with nominees and other duties pertaining to the roles and responsibilities of the NomCom.NomCom members are expected to:Be neutral: Have no interest in the results of the elections.Be trusted members of the AFRINIC community.Have good knowledge of the AFRINIC business environment.Do their best to fulfill their responsibilities without financial remuneration.If you are interested to serve on the 2015 NomCom, please send your expression of interest, including a short biography, by email to legal at afrinic.net before Friday 16th February 2015 at 20:00 UTC.Regards,AFRINIC Team-------------- next part --------------An HTML attachment was scrubbed...URL: https://lists.afrinic.net/pipermail/africann/attachments/20150205/b95420ce/attachment-0001.html------------------------------Message: 4Date: Fri, 6 Feb 2015 00:35:10 +0300From: Douglas Onyango <ondouglas at gmail.com>Subject: [AfrICANN-discuss] Re: Net Neutrality takes a surprising turn with FCC proposalTo: Daniel Stern <danielrstern at gmail.com>Cc: I-Network Uganda <i-network at dgroups.org>, ictau at googlegroups.com, AfrICANN list <africann at afrinic.net>, members <members at isoc.ug>Message-ID: <CAKWXZPb02rftDurw2vs4d01ia7mt8uAR3ThsFbhTtPv-JiXrDw at mail.gmail.com>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1Hi Daniel,Tom Wheeler's foresightedness and initiative on this is trulyremarkable.....I guess the only question is if the lobbyists will lethim win without a fight.There are already signs that they will put up a fight, so what willfollow the tabling of the rules will be very interesting for allinternet users....Ready your popcorn now!Regards,On 5 February 2015 at 16:49, Daniel Stern <danielrstern at gmail.com> wrote:Dear Douglas,Thank you for drawing our attention to this excellent article from Wired.Yes, a pleasant surprise, hats off to Tom Wheeler for taking the bull by thehorns and showing true leadership.Best, DanielOn Thu, Feb 5, 2015 at 1:03 PM, Douglas Onyango <ondouglas at gmail.com> wrote:All,If you have been following the Net Neutrality debate for any amount oftime, you will be pleasantly surprised at the latest development:Proposed rules to ban Internet paid prioritization, blocking,throttling & strengthen transparency made by the FCC chairman.http://www.wired.com/2015/02/fcc-chairman-wheeler-net-neutralityRegards,--Douglas Onyango, PRINCE 2, ITILv3UG: +256 776 716 138 | NG: +234 706 202 8375--Daniel Stern+256 782 115363+41 79 3426552uconnect.orgMoMoKla.ughivecolab.comSkype Daniel.Richard.Stern1-- Douglas Onyango, PRINCE 2, ITILv3UG: +256 776 716 138 | NG: +234 706 202 8375------------------------------_______________________________________________AfrICANN mailing listAfrICANN at afrinic.nethttps://lists.afrinic.net/mailman/listinfo.cgi/africannEnd of AfrICANN Digest, Vol 96, Issue 20****************************************
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