[atrt2] Master with edits
avri at acm.org
Tue Oct 15 20:30:12 UTC 2013
I am also inclined against the idea of prioritizing, But we have committed to the exercise base don Mr. Zhang's recommendation.
Be interesting to see if we can do it, but while I think we were able to be collegial in agreeing to supporting concerns that may have been more important to one group than another, I am curious to what extent we will be able to say that one recommendation is more important than another.
If at the end of day, after a genuine attempt to meet Mr, Zhang's request we find we can't prioritize, I don't think it will be a problem to explain this in the finalreport.
On 15 Oct 2013, at 16:06, Alan Greenberg wrote:
> Lisa, I consider prioritizing a very wrong decision. I would have prefered that we had not said this, but I can live with the words in this draft report, because it only says we will CONSIDER doing it. This was a suggestion made by Mr Zhang.
> At 15/10/2013 03:34 PM, Lise Fuhr wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I am not at all happy about the last section of our executive summary:
>> In the Final Report, ATRT2 will consider “prioritizing” certain Recommendations based on their respective importance. ATRT2 considers Recommendations relating to the Board, GAC, Metrics and Multilingualism to be priority Recommendations. ATRT2 welcomes feedback on prioritization of proposed Recommendations from the Community.
>> What will this prioritizing mean? That the board should implement these recommendations first. Or the board can choose not to implement the other recommendations because they are not prioritized? I thought that giving a time-frame for implementing would give the idea of the urgency of the different recommendations.
>> I know it was briefly discussed at the conference call October 1 but I can’t see final decision on the issue. I find that the implications of prioritizing is not clear in our report and would recommend that we write more explicit what we mean by prioritizing and that we expect that all the recommendations is to be implemented.
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>> Here is the updated version. Have not changed all the numbering. Call me if you questions.
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