Hi all, i put some inputs in the pad for consideration or discards.


Very good the declaration.


I just have a doubt about the principles and design of the community network.  One thing is to create QoS based on a comercial interests and another is a democratically decision by the community to guarantee the best quality of the net.  In mesh networks could be included best practices when nodes operates P2P for example and in decentralized networks with servers controlling the flow maybe the vote for democratic rules of QoS. I know I know I know, this is a run out of the net neutrality, but some mechanism social ou technical needs to be created when some users are causing heavy traffic and damaging the hole network.


How to prevent this in wifi networks without democratic QoS rules or indication of good practices?




De: dc3-bounces@listas.altermundi.net [mailto:dc3-bounces@listas.altermundi.net] Em nome de Luca Belli
Enviada em: quinta-feira, 29 de setembro de 2016 09:53
Para: Dynamic Coalition on Community Connectivity
Assunto: [DC3] Declaration on Community Connectivity v.0


Hi all,


I have tried to consolidate the ideas put forward in this list regarding a Declaration to be presented at the IGF.

I have added the draft to the pad created by Nico to collect our ideas https://pad.codigosur.org/GuadalajaraDeclaration

You can also find this “Draft Zero” in attachment.

Please, do not hesitate to share your comments on the draft or to modify the text using the pad.


I suggest we submit this first draft to the IGF Secretariat, to signify that we want it to be discussed during the IGF Main Session on Dynamic Coalitions (see the Secretariat’s email below). Then, we will have the next month to discuss and modify/refine the text of the Declaration and submit a second draft by 1 November (see email below). Lastly, we can discuss the Declaration at our pre-IGF event, on 5 December. What do you think?


Please share your thoughts on this by 15 October, so that we have time to elaborate a second draft and discuss it on the list.

All the best


FGV Direito Rio

Luca Belli, PhD
Senior Researcher
Head of
Internet Governance @ FGV luca.belli@fgv.br
+55 21 3799 5763



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From: Eleonora Anna MAZZUCCHI <
Date: 5 September 2016 at 20:33
Subject: [DC3] IGF 2016 Main Session: Papers from DCs
Cc: Markus Kummer <
kummer.markus@gmail.com>, Avri Doria <avri@acm.org>

Dear All,

Thank you for continuing to contribute to the planning for Dynamic Coalitions' main session at IGF 2016!

With apologies for cross-posting (!),  as we move closer to the meeting and begin to refine the content of the session, all DCs should kindly note the requirement to produce individual substantive papers. As agreed during DC Coordination meetings, submission of the paper will be necessary for the DC to participate in the main session. The deadline for a first draft is 30 September 2016.

Further details on the paper are included below this message and as an attachment. The information is also available on the DCs Coordination page, together with any other documents pertaining to main session planning.

Please do not hesitate to reach out to the Secretariat for any questions or feedback on this! We would be happy to help.

Very best,

IGF Secretariat

 IGF 2016 DCs Main Session: Substantive Paper

During discussions in DC coordination meetings, it was agreed each DC would produce a substantive paper by deadline in order to participate in the DCs Main Session this year.
The papers will serve as collective background material for the session and be put forward individually for feedback, both in advance of the IGF and during the IGF itself. It was proposed and agreed that feedback be collected through online and hard-copy DC issue surveys (or ‘Idea Rating Sheets’), piloted at IGF 2015.

Bearing in mind many DCs have produced substantive papers in years past, or do so on a regular basis and introduce their work into other fora, the paper for the main session can build on or be an updated version of any of this previous work. It is only essential that the DC be able to cull from the paper key ideas for discussion in the main session and for receiving feedback before and during the meeting.

Timeline & Process for Main Session Paper

-The initial draft should be emailed to the Secretariat (emazzucchi@unog.ch) by Friday, 30 September 2016, midnight UTC, for the DC to qualify for main session participation.

-A second draft, as well as the extraction of five key points for aligning with the DC issue surveys, should be completed on/ about 1 November. This also conforms with the deadline for the IGF Best Practice Forum (BPF) outputs and with the general practice of submitting papers 6 weeks ahead of a meeting.

-An email to the IGF community promoting the papers and the online version of the DC issue surveys is sent on/ about 1 November.

-The DCs’ shared IGF booth opens with the hard-copy version of the papers, as well as DC issue surveys, from 6 December.

General Paper Guidelines

- The paper should not exceed 5 pages.

- Should not read as an “activities report” and should contain a few thought-provoking issues/questions that can be put to IGF participants.

-Should be as inclusive as possible of the views and ideas of the DC’s constituent members .

For any questions/feedback please feel free to reach out to the Secretariat at emazzucchi@unog.ch !
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