On 17/09/2016 11:58, nfjinj...@gmail.com wrote:
As you might have already known, most of Google services are blocked within
China, including this very forum.
I'm not sure how a fair and just assessment of a CA, that primarily serves the
Chinese market, can be had without any participation from any of its users.
Having equal right for the Chinese citizen to participate in the discussion of
this technical matter not only benefits Mozilla, as more evidence of the
technical strength of a CA can be presented, but also gives credibility and
value to a Chinese CA, since a right process can be had by giving its users a
way to audit its behavior.
Without a participation from the Chinese citizens, this supposedly free
discussion group seems more like a privileged club, where only those who are
either outside of China or have a VPN can join.
I look forward for Mozilla and CA organizations to work to build a better
internet for everyone, by urging the Chinese government to stop censoring the
internet, starting from this forum.
Most ways of accessing this "forum" are completely outside Google.
Google runs an online web app that can access 3rd party NTP "forums",
and you appear to be using that Google web app, but not everyone does.
If the Google web app is blocked in China, then the Chinese
participants (I have read messages from at least 2 people from China in
the past week here), are presumably not using the Google web app.
Jakob Bohm, CIO, Partner, WiseMo A/S. https://www.wisemo.com
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