Re: [gnso-acc-sgb] Blended proposal
- To: Dan Krimm <dan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [gnso-acc-sgb] Blended proposal
- From: Thomas Keller <tom@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 15:35:24 +0200
There already is an open standard that could be used with the name
Am 30.05.2007 schrieb Dan Krimm:
> At 9:01 AM -0400 5/30/07, Milton Mueller wrote:
> >There are also some important missing elements in the proposal.
> >* Who would establish this query-screening process: ICANN?
> >* How would the centralized database be established?
> With regard to a general solution, I had envisioned that it might be
> possible to organize an open source project to do this, with coordination
> resources hired at ICANN (one or at the most two full-time positions filled
> by experienced open-source manager(s)?).
> Advantages of open source:
> - a single standard of interoperability
> - reduced development costs (though perhaps slightly extended timeline)
> - no purchase/license costs to (LEA, etc.) users
> - high security level (many eyeballs looking over the code for flaws)
> Audit trail databases might be segmented according to jurisdiction, with
> interoperability between jurisdictions. Ideally, there would be separate
> jurisdictions for audit oversight/enforcement vs. query-approval authority.
> Again, just blue-skying here, fully open to improvement suggestions.
> See you on the call soon.
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