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From: "TOMSON ERIC" <Eric(_dot_)Tomson(_at_)siemens(_dot_)atea(_dot_)be>
Maybe I didn't exactly understand your message, but...
I don't think that XP will help "building the Next Generation Internet".
XP will allow all people to easily become an ISP. They will not
be subjected to the ICANN/ARIN scarce address resource allocation
policies. You are of course also free to use Linux, FreeBSD, or even
your own operating systems and programming languages to help build
the Next Generation Internet. Many people will help you do that, from
many diverse cultures. The ICANN and IETF leaders will attempt to
censor you from doing that. You have to route around them.
Here are some links that may help...