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December 08, 2003

Information? Society. We don't mean to go on, but the key summit documents still haven't been updated on the WSIS website, after the weekend's key negotiations - despite our calls and emails to the press office..

Update 2200 CET: The documents are now available. Thanks to Robert from the ITU for the link.

Aaron Scullion @ December 8, 2003 04:42 PM

Comments (6)
welcome to the information society, aaron...
David Steven @ December 8, 2003 04:46 PM
Yes, they were. They were published there on the 6th and they've just been updated after the morning 8th negotiations. See|1148
Robert Shaw @ December 8, 2003 07:10 PM
Thanks for the link. All I can say is - we're good web users and we looked very hard for the document.. so how are most people supposed to find it?
Aaron @ December 8, 2003 08:19 PM
Dunno. My traipsing through the online stuff was pretty horrific. I think the people who designed Microsoft's Knowledgebase may have had a hand in designing the site.

Seriously... it doesn't have near enough information to be as complex as it is.

Or maybe that's to keep the less persistent out...
Taran @ December 8, 2003 08:23 PM
They were posted on the WSIS home page under "Special Announcements".
Robert Shaw @ December 8, 2003 08:57 PM
Two things to say..

One - We've got the documents page bookmarked - and they were not on that part of the site when I posted the story (and surely that's were they should be) - I'm sure of that. We didn't see the special announcements link.

Two - I've updated the post to clarify things.

Thanks for all the feedback, it's much appreciated.
Aaron @ December 8, 2003 10:24 PM

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