[atrt2] Open Archive

Larry Strickling LStrickling at ntia.doc.gov
Mon Mar 4 16:11:34 UTC 2013

I also agree and urge the group to take action now to ensure that our mtg next week is open and transparent first by providing public notice of the session and then by making the arrangements to permit in-person attendance and remote monitoring as was our practice in 2011.

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From: atrt2-bounces at icann.org <atrt2-bounces at icann.org>
To: Alice Jansen <alice.jansen at icann.org>; Avril Doria <AvrilDoria at pir.org>; ATRT2 <atrt2 at icann.org>
Sent: Mon Mar 04 10:39:21 2013
Subject: Re: [atrt2] Open Archive


Speaking only for myself, I would be in favor of having the email archives
open.  While ATRT2 has not yet adopted its methodology for conducting
meetings/communications etc., I think defaulting to openness and
transparency is the better approach.  I would welcome the thoughts of all.


On 3/4/13 10:35 AM, "Alice Jansen" <alice.jansen at icann.org> wrote:

>Dear Review Team Members,
>The atrt2 email archives are currently private. Should the Review Team
>wish and decide to have the archives available to the public, we will make
>sure to open access.
>Very best
>On 28/02/13 22:51, "Brian Cute" <bcute at pir.org> wrote:
>>Here's the archive from ATRT1.
>>On 2/28/13 10:36 PM, "Avril Doria" <avri at acm.org> wrote:
>>>I have been attending the WSIS+10 / IGF meeting in Paris this week.  In
>>>panel on WGIG+8, I spoke of the AOC and especially the ATRT as among the
>>>improvements that had been seen in Internet governance since the WGIG
>>>During that talk, I spoke of the ATRT function in the ICANN system and
>>>included mention of the transparency of the groups. Since then I have
>>>been asked whether our email archives are open, one of the hallmarks of
>>>transparent group.  I have assumed so, but don't know.  We spoke of it,
>>>but I am ot sure where the discussion ended up.  Are they, and what URL
>>>can I give people?
>>>* acronyms
>>>WSIS - World Summit on the Information Society
>>>IGF - Interent Governance Forum
>>>WGIG - Working Group on Internet Governance
>>>atrt2 mailing list
>>>atrt2 at icann.org
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>>atrt2 at icann.org

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