[CCWG-ACCT] Who is managing the lawyers and what have they beenasked to do?

Nigel Roberts nigel at channelisles.net
Tue Jul 7 10:20:25 UTC 2015

At the moment I would not die in an ditch over a membership model or not.

As a proponent of democratic legitimacy I have a distinct preference for 
the legitimacy that a grassroots membership model provides, but I am 
open to persuausion by the proponents of either.

However, my understanding is that a membership model may not be 
acceptable to the one stakeholder that really counts.

So is that true? And if so, how do we proceed?

On 07/07/15 11:12, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote:
> Dear Co-Chairs,
> while this may be true, or not, it most certainly describes that there
> was not consensus among the public comments.
> el
> On 2015-07-06 21:04, Jonathan Zuck wrote:
>> Hmm.  I think it’s important to bear in mind that there was
>> overwhelming consensus among the public comments to support the
>> membership model.  The detractors from the model, while important
>> and perhaps critical, are not in the majority.  I’m not sure
>> this process speaks to how we better use counsel as much as how we
>> achieve consensus on principles.
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