I would also like to add a question about the update of the work that we have done until now. It would be useful to know where we stand, when planning for where we want to go.

btw: I created the following pad to put down information about our arrival / departure, so that we don't clutter this thread. If you think it is a good idea, please go ahead and use it!!



On Sun, Oct 21, 2018, 1:27 AM Nicolás Echániz <nicoechaniz@altermundi.net> wrote:
On 10/17/2018 03:05 PM, mai@peoplesopen.net wrote:
> Hi there,
> Thanks for starting this thread, Nico.
> There's a strong chance that I will be at the IGF next month (for my
> other digital policy job) and can be there to represent Sudo
> Mesh/People's Open Network from Oakland, U.S. So I guess that brings us
> up to 11 of 14 CNSIG members who will be there? : ]

More reason to have a meeting there :)

Regarding a possible agenda for our meeting.

There are a couple of things I would like to discuss

1) what is the role of our Trusted Advisors, how do we invite them to
get more involved in the CNSIG?

2) LAC Summit document[1]. Does the global CNSIG wish to discuss and/or
support the document?

3) Regional CNSIG groups. We have created the LAC CNSIG group, Sol is
working on the African group. Does it make sense to create similar
initiatives for other regions? How do regional groups integrate with the
global CNSIG.

4) Global Community Networks summit. Do we want to be in charge of such
an event? Who can help make it happen? ISOC will very probably provide
funding during 2019.

5) Why have we created the CNSIG and what do we want to do with it?

These are not in order of importance, but they are matters I'd like to
exchange views about.

Those of you who are attending the IGF, are you planning to stay until
the 15th ? (the day after) or are you leaving on the 14th?

Should we plan for a meeting during an afternoon after IGF activities?
Or is it better to do it on the 15th?


[1] http://cnsig.info/assets/final-document_CLRC-2018.pdf

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