[AT-Review] Doodle - Email Archive

Marco Lorenzoni marco.lorenzoni at icann.org
Sat May 15 10:42:17 UTC 2010

Excellent thanks, happy to see that the problem is solved.
Best regards
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From: Fabio Colasanti <fabio at colasanti.it>
To: Marco Lorenzoni
Sent: Sat May 15 03:14:27 2010
Subject: RE: [AT-Review] Doodle - Email Archive

I said that I still have no recollection of having answered, but i) there is a record of me having accessed the Doodle and ii) the answer is the one that I would have given, so I must conclude that I must have answered it myself even if I do not remember it.

Probably the mistake is also due to the fact that Warren asked a question about this Doodle on the 14th.   I certainly had no recollection of anything of the type over the last few days, but the Doodle was in fact from more than days ago.

I find the Doodle approach for dates very, very valuable.

All the best,


From: Marco Lorenzoni [mailto:marco.lorenzoni at icann.org]
Sent: 15 May 2010 10:49
To: Alice Jansen; fabio at colasanti.it; at-review at icann.org
Subject: Re: [AT-Review] Doodle - Email Archive

Fabio I got this from Alice.
Doodle is not a password protected tool, but the random-generated link where polls are published -sent only to target respondents- should be sufficient to prevent abuse in responses.
Considering what Fabio noticed, Alice please do the following:
* ask individual confirmation to all target respondents of the answer that has been attributed to them.
* send out an individual email to those RT members who did not reply yet to this poll asking to indicate their preferences by email

In the meantime we'll ask IT to work on the IP address of the respondent on behalf of Fabio -s/he may have left some traces behind him/her...

For future polls we'll try to see if there are doodle-alike tools but offering password protection... A bit of a hassle, but we'll have a look to it.
Best regards

Marco Lorenzoni, from BlackBerry
ICANN - Director, Organizational Review
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From: Alice Jansen
To: Marco Lorenzoni
Sent: Fri May 14 14:59:47 2010
Subject: Fw: [AT-Review] Doodle - Email Archive
From: Fabio Colasanti <fabio at colasanti.it>
To: Alice Jansen; 'Brian Cute' <briancute at afilias.info>
Cc: at-review at icann.org <at-review at icann.org>
Sent: Fri May 14 14:56:04 2010
Subject: RE: [AT-Review] Doodle - Email Archive
Brian,  Alice,

I am very worried.   I have just seen the results of this Doodle.

I appear to have replied and to be favourable to opening the e-mail archives.   May be.

But the crucial thing is that I have never replied to it ! ! !

Somebody has replied in my name.     The Doodle system asks the person to chose is name.   Anyone can answer in somebody’s elses’s name.

That this happens on such a crucial issue is very, very worrying.   We must look into it.


From: at-review-bounces at icann.org [mailto:at-review-bounces at icann.org] On Behalf Of wadelman at godaddy.com
Sent: 14 May 2010 18:09
To: Alice Jansen; Brian Cute
Cc: at-review at icann.org
Subject: Re: [AT-Review] Doodle - Email Archive

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.

Best regards


Alice E. Jansen
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