Tuesday, 2 April 2013

What really happened at WCIT?

I have recently shared my report about the December 2012 Dubai "World
Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT)" with colleagues
in ICANN's At-Large community.

This report is divided into two parts:

1. What happened at WCIT
2. Suggested next steps for ICANN/At-Large

Although this report contains my personal interpretation of the events
that took place, I also make recommendations for the actors of the
multi-stakeholder model to address in the near future.

The report can be downloaded from:
You can also download the report directly from:

Sunday, 20 February 2011

Multi-stakeholder governance

I have recently made a presentation at the "Internet and Democracy" conference in Kiev, Ukraine, on 18 February 2011.
Please find it enclosed.

Wednesday, 20 October 2010

IPv6 Matrix Projet Presentation at INET London, 29 Sept 2010

This is the slide deck used for the presentation which I made at INET London on 29 September 2010.
The project is an ISOC community funded project named IPv6 Matrix. More on this soon.

Wednesday, 8 September 2010

The Internet in 2020 ukraine 20100904

Check out this SlideShare Presentation which I made at the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) Ukraine in Kiev on 4 September 2010:

Introduction to ISOC and ICANN

Check out this SlideShare Presentation, which I made at IGF Ukraine in Kiev on 4 September 2010:

Wednesday, 13 January 2010

A Study of Internet RFC Authors using NetDraw and yEd

This long paper started out as a small experiment which was supposed to last an afternoon - a play-around with softwares NetDraw and yEd.

It ended up being a huge paper - too long to publish in a printed publication.

Results are not that significant, in that in the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) community, it appears that people really mingle a lot with each other, but the matter of interest is to discover the power of the analysis which can be performed using the software used.

I really believe that Social Network Analysis using Netdraw, yEd, and other SNA and visualisation software, should be mandatory for any bottom-up organisation. I also think that corporations and organisations would really benefit from:
1. having their internal social networks analysis in the same manner.
2. using this type of analysis on their external professional social networks

This pinpoints who are the movers and shakers in the organization. This also pinpoints areas/departments where information flow might not be optimal, thus having a lesser contribution to the organization as a whole.

Feedback/discussion very welcome.

Check it out on SlideShare: