[At-Large] On a "consumer" agenda for ICANN
carlton.samuels at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 15:46:46 UTC 2016
Most all of the arguments I've seen in this thread are like left-over food
being warmed up. But still delicious!
Especially the ones surrounding 'representation'. We know the facts.
And we know the official ALAC posture - Evan's given the quotations from
bye-law - is the best distillate, context and circumstances dictating.
All this aside, Karl's ruminations are always a good read....and
enlightening. So, here's Karl
On Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 3:11 AM, Karl Auerbach <karl at cavebear.com> wrote:
> The singularity property is so very useful for things beyond its use as a
> form of money.)
Singularity, that defining attribute for 'democratic' representation. It
had never left my head since 2006 and was reinforced when I read Karl's
paper on multistakeholderism.
Here's another thought that was generated. In a numbers game, maybe the
prospect of say, what...maybe 300M from a certain jurisdiction 'voting'
tends to concentrate the mind.
*Carlton A Samuels*
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