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Method for Prioritizing Issues after Identification

Folks concerned with Internet Governance and ICANN oversight might recall that a ranked-choice voting method was used by ICANN in October 2000 to select five At-Large Board members. ICANN’s online global election was a Very Big Deal at the time. I was a front-row witness to those events, researching a Ph.D. dissertation on the DNS controversy, and sometimes participating in relevant working groups. I came away from ...more »

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Overheard at ICANN48: Use Collaborative Drafting Tools

ICANN should use collaborative drafting tools and explore which would be most useful for ICANN's purposes.

 

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Liquid Democracy to reinvigorate decision making

Using Liquid Democracy principles to deal with the problems in getting things done in the current ICANN structure.

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Open, Machine-Readable Plan

Publish the proposed strategy for ICANN in an open, standard, machine-readable format like StratML. Engage tool vendors and value-added intermediaries to provide services enabling input and feedback explicitly linked to each objectives set forth in the plan.

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Overheard at ICANN48: Crowdsourcing for compliance

ICANN could use crowdsourcing for compliance aspects of its work.

 

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