All posts by Daniel Dardailler

Invitation to upcoming GIPO sessions at EuroDIG

I participate in GIPO (Global Internet Policy Observatory), to help frame the dialog on Internet Governance, and in the context of the upcoming European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) taking place in Brussels on 9-10 June 2016, a number of sessions will be devoted to GIPO with experts and interested stakeholders. I’ll be there! You may […]

W3C and NETmundial

On 24 December 2014, the Inaugural Coordination Council of the NETmundial Initiative was announced. The NMI is being set up to implement the Internet Governance NETmundial Principles and, according to their recent declaration, will start with a phase of community discussions on their exact charter and roles. Jean-François Abramatic, former W3C Chairman and currently W3C […]

W3C Celebrates Two Years of OpenStand

Two years ago, IEEE, the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), Internet Society and World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) announced a set of principles for modern standards development under the banner OpenStand. As one measure of the usefulness of the OpenStand principles, I decided to compare them with the Open Standards Principles […]

World Standard Day (WSD)

October 14th was chosen in 1946 to raise awareness among regulators, industry and consumers as to the importance of standardization to the global economy. Last year for the WSD, we celebrated the creation of OpenStand, as a way to crystallize the principles of standardization used to create and evolve the Internet and the Web. This […]