[AT-Review] Work items

Willie Currie wcurrie at apc.org
Fri May 14 14:20:03 UTC 2010

Thanks, Olivier. What do people think? Is it better to push people to 
address whether there is a problem or ask a more neutral question?

 I don't see your general question on global internet users - could you 
resend it?


olivier.muron at orange-ftgroup.com wrote:
> Willie, Brian, all,
> I rephrased the first two questions. I don't feel at ease beginning 
> the consultation with " Do you think there is a problem...".  I think 
> it might be better to begin with a more neutral question."What is your 
> general assessment of...".
> I added a general question on ICANN's commitment to the interests of 
> global Internet users,
> Best,
> Olivier
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> [mailto:at-review-bounces at icann.org] *De la part de* Willie Currie
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> *Objet :* Re: [AT-Review] Work items
> Brian, all
> Here is the latest version of the questions, with a reformulation of 
> question 4 by Fabio.
> Best
> Willie
>   Brian Cute wrote:
>> RT,
>> Our most immediate work item is the draft questions for the Community 
>> that were drafted by Cheryl, Olivier and Willie.  We have a _deadline 
>> of May 15^th _ to submit the questions for posting.  Please review 
>> the questions and post any proposed edits so we can meet this deadline.
>> Looking forward, since paragraph 9.1 of the AoC has 5 areas of review 
>> (the Board, the GAC, public input, public support of decisions and 
>> policy development process), I suggest that we establish 
>> "sub-committees" headed by two members of the RT who oversee the work 
>> of each area of review.  The two responsible members would ensure 
>> that the review work remains focused and aligned with the RT's 
>> methodology and on time for deliverables in December.  The sub- 
>> committee approach would not prevent any RT member from participating 
>> directly in the work of any of the 5 areas of review -- it is 
>> intended to ensure organization and efficiency given our the limited 
>> number of members on the RT.
>> If this approach is acceptable, please think about the area that you 
>> would like to volunteer for and indicate that in advance of our next 
>> scheduled call.  The Doodle for our next call is almost complete.  If 
>> you haven't indicated your availability, please do so and we will 
>> send out the meeting maker and telephone bridge.
>> Regards,
>> Brian
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