[Imc-communication] mediation at belgium
alster at indymedia.org
Tue May 17 06:02:07 PDT 2005
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> han at indymedia.be wrote:
>>But neutralizing this url as proposed by the german IMC was not only
>>blocked by several IMC's the last couple of weeks (as this was also the
>>proposal of Liege-imc) but it was already blocked several months ago.
> I haven't found a proposal like this (--> neutralise
> belgium.indymedia.org, be.indymedia.org or www.indymedia.be) in any
> listed communication yet.
> As far as I know there were just discussions about a
> syndication-site/project. But a neutral site is not a syndication-site.
> And as I already said, a neutralized Belgium-site and through this all
> belgium-imc's on the same level is nearly the main important aspect of
> the proposal and the basis for further conflict resolution, according
> to nearly all conflict resolution theories and practical experiences so far.
I realize there has been no reply on this by the indymedia.be collective
for a few days. While this was not explicitly asked for, I think it is
important to get this clear. I, too, was looking for the blocks Han
spoke of but could not find them. It is not my intention to impute that
blocks of this proposal Ben talks of have never been made, instead I
assume I just missed them as I do not know the belgian discussions which
have lasted for years very well. However, a lack of a reply containing a
definitive statement on such a blocked proposal would make me think
there has never been such a block and some options to change the
contents of the site the belgium.indymedia.org domain points to are
Thus I am now asking for a reply: Dear indymedia.be collective, please
point out at least two, preferrably more blocks of a proposal where
using the belgium.indymedia.org domain for something differently than a
syndication site or the indymedia.be collective site were proposed.
Thanks in advance,
GPG key: http://keys.indymedia.org/cgi-bin/lookup?op=get&search=3D39AC3B
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