On Friday, I had to leave RootsTech early and unfortunately missed the FHISO panel during the Developer Day track. These are the remarks I would have made.
My name is Patrick Jones, I am Senior Director of Security at the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN, https://www.icann.org/). ICANN is a global organization that coordinates the Internet’s unique identifier system (domain names, such as .com, .info and .us; Internet protocol addresses and numbers; and protocol port and parameter numbers). We do this for worldwide public benefit, enabling a single interoperable Internet. ICANN works through a multistakeholder model, facilitating participation by all interested parties, to foster a healthy, stable and resilient Internet ecosystem through coordination and collaboration.
I make these remarks now in my personal capacity, from the perspective of someone who has worked in a multistakeholder environment for the past 13 years and from the perspective of an individual family historian.
Last summer I […]
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Are you interested in FHISO?
Will you be at RootsTech 2013 a few days from now?
If so, be sure to stop by the FHISO Booth – Booth 646 in the Exhibits Hall.
In particular we’re arranging a “Meet & Greet” that will start at the FHISO Booth at 5:15pm on Thursday 21 March – after the last session for the day, and move to a nearby location to be determined (the Exhibit Hall closes at 6pm). If you don’t have a session in that last time slot, stop by earlier.
Looking forward to seeing many of you there!
We’re excited that this year FHISO will have a booth in the Expo Hall.
Plan of the RootsTech Expo Hall.
Come and visit us at Booth 646 during the hours the Hall is open.
Stop and chat a while, and fill out one of our “I just want it to work” question forms.
RootsTech 2013 is just a week away now. FHISO has been allocated a time slot on Developer Day – Friday 22 March (3:00-4:00 p.m.; room 258)- for a Panel Discussion. This discussion is titled:
What It Means: Open Standards Development from the Perspective of Developers and Standards Professionals
Panel of FHISO founding members and developers present information and engage in Q&A about international community standards setting activities.
The time will be split between introductions and statements from the Panelists, and a Question and Answer session with the Audience.
We’ve lined up a great panel of developers and Founding Member Representatives to take part in this panel.
Moderator – Roger Moffat
Roger Moffat is a transplant from New Zealand, where he last worked as the Manager of the New Zealand Research Station in Antarctica. He has been been involved in FHISO from its start and BetterGEDCOM as well. Roger studied Agricultural Engineering in New Zealand in […]
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