DNS: Re: [apnic-talk] RE: White Paper follow up

DNS: Re: [apnic-talk] RE: White Paper follow up

From: Jeff Williams <jwkckid1§ix.netcom.com>
Date: Mon, 22 Jun 1998 03:29:00 +0100
Toru san and all,

Toru Takahashi wrote:

> Laina,
> I saw ifwp home page but there is no official statement on ISOC joinning. Also,
> IANA, ARIN, RIPE NCC and IETF. These organizations are real stakesholders.

  Define "Real Stakeholders" as it applies to IANA, ARIN, RIPE NCC and IETF.

> I am
> afraid that there will be a separated new organization from these stakesholders
> and insist to have global consensus. If so, there will be more confusion.

  Why would there be more confusion should this occur?  Most of the stakeholders
on the globe are NOT represented by IANA, ARIN, RIPE NCC and IETF or
any other specific group.  Don't they deserve a voice?  Shouldn't they have a
say in their own future.  What about commercial interests?  They are largely
NOT represented collectively by IANA, ARIN, RIPE NCC and IETF.  Shouldn't
they have a voice?  Shouldn't they be a part of determining the future or the
internet DNS and IP address structure as determined from the "Grass Roots"
in the WP?

> APNIC is out of ifwp, now. APNIC cannot have any representative at the July 1-2
> meeting.

  Ahhhhhh!  Now I see you motivation.  You are concerned that because APNIC is
going to be a 'No-Show" at the IFWP meeting on July 1-2 that there will be some
sort of
real input that you do not have a chance to participate in.  Well there is INET98
as well.  Will APNIC participate at that conference?  Take up your concerns there.

> I would wait for some announcement from IANA which ITAG is preparing on July
> 1st to advise. I think APIA should join and help APccTLD meeting in Geneva,
> which Dr Tan Tin Wee/Kilnam Chon and others prepared. There will be 30-40
> attendees including Dr. Goerge Strawn of NSF, David Maher, Chair of POC, and
> people from cn, ph, sg, jp, nz, hk, cl, lk, mo, de, tw, pk, and so on. We have
> to encourage to join this meeting and build a new Forum of ccTLD registries in
> AP region. And this forum will have good position in the nIANA.
> My concern came from operation side of the Internet, not from organizing some
> organization for organizations.
>
> Toru Takahashi
>
> laina&#167;singnet.com.sg wrote:
> >
> >Toru,
> >
> >I think you would like to know that Don Heath was on the conference call to
> >organise the IFWP, and has indicated that he will support it. The Geneva
> >summit will be coordinated to be a part of the European IFWP process. He
> >has also indicated that he will get Postel's support as well.
> >
> >Bottom line is everybody is trying to come together, and to put their
> >*histories* behind them. I don;t think it is wise to bring up these
> >*histories* up again. Time to move on,
> >
> >Laina RG
> >
> >--- On Sun, 21 Jun 1998 23:59:41 +0900  toru <toru&#167;TokyoNet.AD.JP> wrote:
> >I don't believe IFWP is representing all of activities. I think we have to
> >concentrate Geneva summit, first. IFWP is making one separate from IANA. We
> >need IANA now and tommorow. The Internet should be stable, anyway.
> >
> >Toru Takahashi
>
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 Regards,

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Jeffrey A. Williams
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