[CRISP-TEAM] Response to the ICG Re: Actions

Andrei Robachevsky robachevsky at isoc.org
Tue Aug 25 12:41:44 CEST 2015

This is a great collective effort, the response has shaped up very well,
in my opinion.

Nurani Nimpuno wrote on 25/08/15 08:58:
> I think this is shaping up, but I still think we might need to review the last question again and make sure it says what we want it to say. I also agree with Izumi’s comment about the level of detail on question 10.

I am thinking that maybe we should follow the gist of the recently
published ISOC paper on the principles (a quote below) and more
extensively state that these are the operating principles of the
communities so far and not something new to be implemented and tested.
Time has proven them.

We can provide concrete examples (e.g. policy development, self
regulation, etc.) taking text from the detailed responses, but not
comment on each principle on by one.


Andrei Robachevsky wrote on 30/07/15 09:08:
> Hi,
> You may find this paper, just released by ISOC, interesting
> The main goal of the paper is to demonstrate that the principles
> outlined by the NTIA are not just the product of the United States
> government but rather are reflective of the fundamental characteristics
> that have enabled the Internet to grow and evolve, to show how they
> mirror the broader Internet principles which have been adopted and
> embedded through years of international consensus.
> Sally Wentworth also wrote a blogpost related to this:
> Andrei

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