[At-Large] CEO Fadi's visit to Tokyo
iza at anr.org
Tue Feb 19 01:59:14 UTC 2013
Being away from ALAC, I am still AtLarge and share the same ideas
with all of you on inclusion/openness and transparency. It's a pity we
to discuss these in this fashion after more than 10 years.
IF ICANN really wants to claim it is an open and multi-stakholder
compared with ITU etc, they should show and implement that on the ground
in my view.
2013/2/19 Carlton Samuels <carlton.samuels at gmail.com>
> Dear Izumi:
> As you may recall, several members of the ALAC have recorded their troubled
> response when scheduled ICANN meetings are held in places without an effort
> to cover all ICANN constituencies.
> The ALAC is itself on record to the Board promoting transparency and
> demanding wider engagement when these meetings take place.
> Our colleague Evan Leibovitch has probably been most vocal and maybe will
> tell what he has done in previous situations.
> Carlton A Samuels
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> On Mon, Feb 18, 2013 at 3:35 AM, Izumi AIZU <iza at anr.org> wrote:
> > Dear AtLarge community,
> > As an not-so-active member of AtLarge, I like to share the following
> > info/question.
> > About a week ago, I heard that ICANN CEO Fadi is coming to Tokyo shortly
> > from a former member of NomCom and current member of gNSO Council. They
> > not have any information about the specifics and not contacted for any
> > possible meeting in Tokyo with him.
> > On Thursday last week, I got a call from one of the registrars and
> > applicants for new gTLDs, asking to join the lunch with him, as a private
> > lunch. I accepted the invitation, but told them I like to have a
> > open meeting and will write to such request to ICANN.
> > On Friday, I sent an email to Fadi and some other officers of ICANN that
> > would be much better to add an open meeting with all stakeholders in the
> > ICANN community in Japan, but so far no reply came in [yet hopefully].
> > I got email from Internet Association of Japan that they had not been
> > contacted. The government in charge said they will have a meeting.
> > No AtLarge, as far as I know, are contacted. ISP association is not
> > contacted.
> > When the former CEO Rod came to Tokyo, similar thing happened. He only
> > contacted selected few organizations and made no public meeting at all.
> > Are these convention same elsewhere? Is there not much attempt to
> > "outreach" in recent ICANN world (as before)?
> > Am I too naiive and optimistic ?
> > izumi
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Institute for HyperNetwork Society, Oita,
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