On 06/02/2016 05:49 PM, Diego Vicentin wrote:
CNs are indeed an important alternative to avoid the
scarcity regime by
relying on local engagement and technology. But, CNs have to coexist
with Telecom industry since the latter will not simply disappear. For
this reason I suggest that an important task for this group (DC3) in
regard to IGF and other "governance bodies" (like ITU) is defining
principles to establish fair coexistence, specially in terms of
interconnection (traffic exchange) and radio spectrum access that seem
to be two key factors to CNs' operation and expansion.
These are two important issues we have talked about.
I propose we start moving towards more concrete action.
Maybe we can start creating a "best practices" section on the Wiki and
open up a topic on each subject (such as these two), so we can start
having some organization of information for the future Guidelines/Best
Practices publication that we committed to in our action plan:
* Identifying best practices and worst practices as regards national and
international policies that facilitate or hinder the deployment of
* Consolidating and publishing these ideas into some ‘Community Network
Guidelines/Best practices’ to be presented at the next IGF and
divulgated on the future DC3 website.