[AT-Review] Questions for the ICANN Community as Callfor Public Comment => was Work items
manal at tra.gov.eg
Sat May 15 08:15:21 UTC 2010
I agree, specially that it was also agreed that we have to focus on community's current concerns to be able to traceback any problems or weakpoints that may exist .. hence if we gather more details and concrete problems it would be easier to put our hands on the problem and also any recommendations we may come up with will be based on facts rather than opinions ..
On the other hand, if not too late, will the team be interested to add something along those lines:
- Please feel free to answer other questions you feel relevant but were not asked.
- or, if you feel we have overlooked a question that may be relevant, please feel free to add the this to the list and answer it ..
Not sure I'm offering the best wording but hope you got what I'm trying to say ..
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I am traveling today but I feel strongly that while the public questions cover the right subjects we really need to ask commenters to provide specific examples where ICANN did not act in an accountable or transparent manner. Only then can we peform the "forensics" to determine what the specific problem was. I am happy to provide some specific text but cannot supply it until tomorrow.
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Taking the last red-line version and accepting the changes (due to no evidence to the contrary) I've prepared the attached in a form that should allow for Carol Cornell <carole.cornell at icann.org>, ( who is the person we need to deal with to get these questions out as a 'call for public comment' BTW) to as quickly as possible fill the template in and send out the announce by Monday which then allows for the 45 day comment to run over the Brussels meeting time.
Brian as ATRT Chair you should (as soon as the ATRT signs of on the text) get this over to Carole ASAP (I've taken the liberty of asking Heidi to give her a 'heads up' that it will be forthcoming post haste) being a Friday in MdR and our dates time critical...
Attached is a word, ODT and PDF version of the final mark up of questions from the latest re-line version (as page 2) and the preamble ans placeholder materials that are needed for the Public Comments template... Our Work Team also discussed the development of survey tools that will allow more quantitative information to be sourced from the community and I will forwards some drafts of those concepts in the near future, but they are not as time critical as this 'Call for Public Comment' is...
On 15 May 2010 07:30, Brian Cute <briancute at afilias.info> wrote:
Thanks for that. I recall the group deciding to add a second paragraph to the one you quoted. Do you have that by chance? I will look at the documents as well to try to find it.
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I have the following:
Accountability refers to a process by which individuals and organizations are answerable for their actions, decisions and processes on an ongoing basis and for the consequences that follow from them.
Brian Cute wrote:
Willie and Olivier,
Could you forward the text of the working definition that the Team put together during our session. I would like to include it in the Preliminary Report before we post the Report. Thanks.
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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,
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Here is the latest version of the questions, with a reformulation of question 4 by Fabio.
Brian Cute wrote:
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 15th 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.
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