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If Woody Allen would be asked how to be more involved in the IGF process, I guess this would be his answer:

¨Eighty percent of success is showing up¨

One of the ways to do it is to be active in all possibilities offered.

The most important one now is filling the IGF Questionnaire - The DEADLINE is 31 January - if you do not want to be left out... Show up!

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Comment by Seiiti on February 4, 2009 at 11:17am
Here is the list of people who have replied to far the questionnaire and are ¨showing up¨:

Ian Peter
Stephen Lau
Godfred Ahuma (Ministry of Telecom, Ghana / Diplo'08)
George Sadowsky
David Souter
Sivasubramanian Muthusamy (ISOC Chennai / Diplo'08)
Marilia Maciel (Universidade de Santa Maria / Diplo'07)
Wu Wei
Masanao Ueda
Jeremy Malcolm
Karen Rose
Wolfgang Kleinwaechter
Syed Kazi
Yrjö Länsipuro
Ginger Paque (ISOC Venezuela, Diplo'06)
Michael Gurstein
Hanane Boujemi (Diplo'06)
Jonne Soninen
Schombe Baudouin
Peter Van Roste
Jeanette Hofmann
Roelof Meijer
Vincent Ngundi

The full list is here: http://www.intgovforum.org/Q2008Results.php

If you want to show up, there is still time: just fill in http://www.intgovforum.org/Q2008.php
Comment by Seiiti on January 19, 2009 at 10:23pm
hehe, sorry for the silly joke, but the point is that those who want to continue their progress in the igf process can mark another position by taking some minutes and fill up the questionnaire

Another way of showing up is by presenting contributions, can help influence the Synthesis Paper for the February Open Consultations - check www.intgovforum.org for more info
Comment by Gao on January 19, 2009 at 8:56am
LOL!!! But that is very true!! sometimees, you just have to show up!

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