On Friday, July 18, 1997 8:30 AM, John LeRoy Crain[SMTP:John.Crain at RIPE.NET] wrote:
@ Not everybody will agree with everything all of the time. Most people
@ will agree with most things most of the time. That is how democracy
Democracy implies of the people, by the people, and for the people.
Here are some of the people that have real networks, real routers
and real servers and real money invested to deliver real services.
I suggest that these groups and more to follow will each bring
2 delegates to a variety of Internet Governance round tables
for decision-making. People can line up behind these delegates
to make sure they are represented. If they like they can form
a new Confederation to seek representation.
It is curious that Europe has yet to field a coherent Root
Name Server Confederation....why is that ?