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Fragmentation of the Internet? – Technical and political aspects - Shared screen with speaker view
Herb Waye Ombuds
35:41
Greetings from the Office of the Ombuds… hope everyone is well.
Patricio Poblete
36:06
Hello from Chile (not very Nordic, I know :-) )
Salve J. Nilsen
36:57
Hello from ISOC Norway o/
Herb Waye Ombuds
38:32
-26C here in Ontario Canada this morning… is that nordic enough?
Julf Helsingius
38:54
Hello from the Sweedish-speaking Finn in Amsterdam... :)
Nigel Hickson
39:10
Good afternoon from London
Julf Helsingius
39:25
@Herb: I think -26C qualifies...
Nigel Hickson
39:47
Wow, that is low
Finn Petersen
40:34
@Julf Hi from Finn in Copenhagen :)
Julf Helsingius
40:44
Hi, Finn! :)
Julf Helsingius
41:31
This time I am wearing the "ISOC Finland chair" hat... :)
Magnus Franklin
42:19
Hello from Brussels! Nice and foggy, as usual
Peter Magnusson
44:20
Hello from Stockholm (+3C right now...)
Francois Ortolan
56:01
Hi from Oxford!
Nigel Hickson
01:06:47
Agree Patrick especially on responsibility of GAC and also the need for enhanced Tech Community engagement at ITU and regional bodies, ie CEPT for this region
Steinar Grøtterød
01:12:25
Is the European DNS Resolver Policy initiate creating fragmentation
Mikael Malm
01:15:37
thanks Patrik! good thoughts
Mirjam Kuhne
01:21:13
Good point, Patrik: understand the issues/objectives first, and then discuss and explain.
Olaf Kolkman
01:21:51
Would the collective ‘we’ be able to agree on those counter proposals?
Sabine Meyer
01:22:41
would it be the responsibility of the collective "we" to do so?
Patrik Fältström
01:22:49
@olaf As long as do do not agree, we loose and should be careful of complaining.
Patrik Fältström
01:22:55
I.e. we MUST agree.
Patrik Fältström
01:23:40
And with "agree" I talk about "getting as few alternatives as there are political alternatives". I.e. how many political parties or blocs do you have in your parliament?
Mirjam Kuhne
01:28:03
I didn’t refer to any government in particular. But both you used that term: well meaning governments.
Patrik Fältström
01:30:23
...and I was suggesting of focusing on collaborating with friends, and then over time widen the circle.
Mirjam Kuhne
01:31:08
understood. Thanks, Patrik.
Sabine Meyer
01:32:01
regarding Chris' remark...I guess we can pick up the conversation on Monday https://www.ripe.net/participate/meetings/open-house/ripe-ncc-open-house-dns4eu
Patrik Fältström
01:32:17
This not both because similar political view (what effekt we want to achieve) and because of that the "ironing out the differences" is not so hard.
Mikael Malm
01:34:53
Many thanks for a good session. Must jump to next meeting.
Herb Waye Ombuds
01:34:56
Very informative session… nice to see your faces and hear some familiar voices. Stay safe and be kind. “See” you all at ICANN73
Annebeth B. Lange
01:35:09
Many thanks, most interesting and useful
Maarten Botterman
01:35:10
Thanks Patrick, Chris, Gabriella and all for a very interesting session. Well done, and useful insight sharing. The call for "keeping governments informed" is a good one - we all have a role there.
Mirjam Kuhne
01:35:11
Thanks so much for this informative and inspiring session!
Nigel Hickson
01:35:36
Thank you so much; very interesting
Patrik Fältström
01:35:59
Thank you for a very very good discussion!!! I understand many of you did not have time to ask. them.
Salve J. Nilsen
01:35:59
Thank you for a great presentation & conversation!