[CCWG-ACCT] Request to set clear deadlines at this stage
seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Fri Jan 22 16:19:10 UTC 2016
FWIW, I like to add my +1 on this request. I don't think it's anyway
helpful that this process is "somewhat" put on suspense as a result of the
delay in getting feedback from some SO/AC.
I think there was a time it was said that GNSO was going to be providing
its response by 14th of this month but this is 22nd, I don't even know when
GAC's feedback will come (considering their high level statement indicated
there is another coming).
While i understand the challenge in getting around the consensus building
processes within each SO/AC, I think this particular instance needs to be
treated with more prudence and urgency as already exhibited by SO/AC that
committed their feedback promptly. Others should make such effort count by
acting up as well.
On 22 Jan 2016 4:51 p.m., "Oscar A. Robles-Garay" <oscar at lacnic.net> wrote:
> Dear Leon, Mathieu and Thomas,
> The Address Supporting Organization(ASO) would like to thank the CCWG
> Co-Chairs for your continued commitments in leading the group to complete
> the proposal.
> We would like to express our comment on the discussions at the CCWG Call
> #79 on 21th Jan about the timelines. Given the time for pending decisions
> and actions are becoming shorter we strongly request the CCWG to have clear
> visibility on the extended timelines, because we believe the success of
> this process will rely on that clarity.
> Specifically, the ASO requests the CCWG Chairs to set a clear date to
> receive feedback from the remaining SO and AC, so that the updated
> timelines can be developed and shared in a timely manner.
> Thank you once again for your hard work and efforts. We trust that with
> your leadership, we are very close to the end of the process.
> Oscar Robles
> Chair, NRO EC
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