[AT-Review] Doodle - Email Archive
fabio at colasanti.it
Fri May 14 22:12:18 UTC 2010
Is it possible to check who accesses the Doodle? I cannot absolutely rule out having answered it during one of the first sleepless nights in Marina del Rey, but I have no recollection of having done it, at all.
On the substance, I am not against opening the e-mail archive. Even if we decided to keep them close, we would have to give access to them in the case of a specific request. So we might as well decide now the make them available (It might even introduce a bit of discipline into our correspondence)
What worries me, however, is the fact that you can enter bogus answers in a Doodle. I have just tested it and the two silly entries I have introduced are there. Could Alice please delete them? But this is a weakness that we have to take into account. I do not see who would want to play games with our availability for meeting or conference calls, but when we use the system as a sort of voting system we should be careful.
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Based on the voting, has this now been enabled?
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Subject: [AT-Review] Doodle - Email Archive
From: Alice Jansen <alice.jansen at icann.org>
Date: Thu, May 06, 2010 3:37 pm
To: "at-review at icann.org" <at-review at icann.org>
Dear Review Team Members,
Please take this survey and provide us with your opinion on openness of email archives.
Many thanks in advance.
Alice E. Jansen
Assistant, Organizational Reviews
alice.jansen at icann.org
6, Rond Point Schuman
B-1040 Brussels, Belgium
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