[atrt2] Egalitarian listing of ATRT2 members?
steve at shinkuro.com
Sat Feb 23 19:34:35 UTC 2013
:) Yes, each of is often nervous about expressing small discomforts. In this case, I think staff was also trying to be careful and not accidentally offend any of us. Now that I'm officially in my old age, one of the few perks is getting more relaxed about speaking about these small points.
On Feb 23, 2013, at 11:31 AM, Michael Yakushev <m.yakushev at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Steve,
> I felt uncomfortable when such separation was made evident. My experience of working within the WHOIS Review Team, and within many other ICANN-related projects, strongly recommends not to do (or at least not to pay much attention internally) to any distinctions. I hope we are one team, we will work as one team, and only if we all treat each other as an equal team member, our work will be really productive and efficient.
> Thank you for your attention to this - really minor - point, and for giving a chance to express a personal view on it.
> Kind regards,
> 2013/2/23 Steve Crocker <steve at shinkuro.com>
> During the organization call Friday I was using a print out of the members. It had separate sections for the Volunteer Review Team members, the Independent Experts and the Ex-Officios. My preference is for all of the team members to be considered uniformly part of the same team, leaving behind the history of how we were selected. However, if the team prefers to retain the distinctions, it's certainly workable.
> This is a small point, but since I found myself reacting internally and, to some extent, tripping over it while I chaired the call, I thought I'd mention it.
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