[atrt2] Questions for Public Comment
avri at ella.com
Sat Mar 30 13:54:17 UTC 2013
Not really. And perhaps the difference is just a nuance.
One is asking whether there are other issues the ATRT2 should be addressing.
The other is asking whether we are asking all the right questions.
On a visceral level, haven't you ever gone through an entire questionnaire only to feel that it did not ask you the most important question? It is also an intersting metric/indicator on a questionnaire. If it remains blank, or is only answered trivially, it tends to indicate that the questionnaire hits the most important questions.
If you hate the question about questions that much, and I admit it is more of a meta-question (question about the questions), I won't protest though I think it is a question that belongs there. It sort of admits that even in creating a questionnaire we are accountable to the public for correction.
But it is your call.
On 30 Mar 2013, at 09:00, Brian Cute wrote:
> I added your question re: the PDP. Upon further review, the question on
> Improving Accountability and Transparency near the end of the document is
> drafted as a "catch all." I revised it to add the word "questions" that
> the ATRT2 should be reviewing. Does that sufficiently capture the
> question your were trying to pose?
> I edited question #10 to read "ICANN" instead of "ICANN community." Is
> that consistent with your intent?
> I would like this to be the last revision so we can get the questions
> published. Please respond rapidly.
> On 3/30/13 8:04 AM, "Avri Doria" <avri at ella.com> wrote:
>> On 30 Mar 2013, at 00:20, Brian Cute wrote:
>>> Leaving out the last question was an oversight.
>>> I can insert it in the
>>> final version.
>>> Is the edit to your question re: Staff and the PDP
>>> satisfactory or do you have a proposed construction?
>> Does the following (or some variant) work?
>> What is your assessment of ICANN Staff adherence to the policy decisions
>> of the ICANN Policy Development Process in its operational activities.
>> Has ICANN Staff been accountable to the ICANN community in its activities?
>> Can you give examples of where ICANN Staff has restricted its
>> decision-making to the boundaries set by the Policy Development
>> Processes? Can you give examples where ICANN Staff has gone beyond the
>> ICANN Community Policy Development Process to either make new policy or
>> replace existing policy without Community development process or
>> consultation? Are there specific accountability issues the ATRT2 should
>> explore related to ICANN Staff's interactions with the Community Policy
>> Development Process?
>>> On 3/29/13 10:40 PM, "Avril Doria" <avri at acm.org> wrote:
>>>> I was not able to open what I received, but I was able to pull it from
>>>> the archive.
>>>> Re 9.1 (e)
>>>> To what extent has ICANN Staff been bound its decision-making by the
>>>> ICANn Policy Development Process?
>>>> To what extent has ICANN Staff been accountable in its decision-making?
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