ICANN76: List of accomplishments at the big conference in Cancun

The most recent session of ICANN, referred to as ICANN76, closed its gates in Cancun, Mexico.

The event attracted a large number of professionals familiar with the well-established multi-steakholder model.

It was one of the biggest events ever organized at ICANN, according to one participant still in recovery from the event’s alcohol intake. He promised to share some insider information in exchange for anonymity.

Here is his story from ICANN76:

I recently returned from ICANN76 in the beautiful Cancun, Mexico, and let me tell you, it was a blast! The global cabal of domain technocrats truly outdid themselves this time with their top-notch socializing, drinking, and eating skills. However, contrary to popular belief, this conference was not just a party in paradise. In fact, a great deal was accomplished!

First and foremost, we managed to successfully drain all of the hotel’s tequila supply. This was a crucial feat as it allowed us to reach a higher state of consciousness and enabled us to have more productive conversations about domain name policies and internet governance. Trust me, you have not truly discussed the intricacies of DNSSEC and WHOIS policies until you’ve done so over a pitcher of non-virgin margaritas.

Additionally, the culinary offerings at ICANN76 were truly exceptional. We indulged in a variety of authentic Mexican cuisine, from street tacos to fresh ceviche, and beef with mole. This not only satisfied our taste buds but also provided us with the energy we needed to tackle the pressing issues facing the internet, and the world as a whole.

We cannot forget the invaluable connections we made with fellow ICANN76 attendees. In between sips of tequila and bites of guacamole, we had some truly meaningful conversations and even came up with a few solutions to some of the internet’s biggest problems, most of which will be continued at ICANN77. Or not.

While some may say that the ICANN76 conference was just a wild party in paradise, I can assure you that we accomplished a great deal. After all, it’s not every day that you get to discuss domain policies while sipping a margarita by the pool!

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