[atrt2] Reminder: edits to Recommendations due tomorrow
Carlos Raul Gutierrez
crg at isoc-cr.org
Fri Dec 13 19:13:50 UTC 2013
sorry for the quote of US Council for International business
2013/12/13 Carlos Raul <carlosraulg at gmail.com>
> *Please note*: 11 comments/reply comments in response to the draft ATRT2
> Report have been filed.
> Please read the comments and if dits to Recommendations are warranted
> based on the comments, please submit your suggestions as well as quotes
> from the comments in question to the ATRT2 email list NO LATER THAN Monday,
> December 16. Thank you.
> 1. IPC on public comments: Quote
> *"It should not be an insurmountable task for ICANN to differentiate
> among two or three broad categories of public comment processes. Proposals
> that address major policy issues; that have resulted from contentious
> debate and discussion among broad segments of the ICANN community; or that
> address topics that have attracted large numbers of detailed and analytic
> public comments in the past, should fall in a category for which extensive
> public comment periods (and reply periods) should be allotted, perhaps up
> to 90 and 30 days respectively. Issues that are less broadly applicable,
> that are more technical, that have moved swiftly and without contention up
> to the point of public comment, or that concern topics that have not, in
> the past, attracted much public comment, could be on a faster timetable.
> Although ATRT-1 called for such “prioritization and stratification,” this
> has not occurred. ATRT-2 should insist on it."*
> 2. Egypt's comments should be considered with car and in full!
> 3. Burr Diaz & Gomez: *"A more realistic term would be ‘equitable
> opportunity to participate’." *I love it!!!!
> 4. USCouncil for International Business:
> furthermore also from USCIB
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> On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 10:06 PM, Brian Cute <bcute at pir.org> wrote:
>> This is a reminder that edits to Recommendations are due tomorrow. To
>> that end, I tool notes of some discussion on the ATRT2 call this week. Per
>> my notes, the following modifications to the draft Recommendations could be
>> considered by ATRT2:
>> Rec. 1 – eliminate Recommendation regarding measuring performance of
>> individual Directors.
>> Rec. 3 – need information from NomComm regarding Board candidate data
>> before modifying Recommendation.
>> Rec. 4 – adopt "policy v. implementation" vernacular and eliminate
>> "administrative" and "executive."
>> Rec. 9.3.2 – refer to "the office of Ombudsman" not "the Ombudsman" in
>> text. Ensure that the distinction between employee acting with respect to
>> "policy" v. "internal" functions is clear for any new areas of Ombudsman
>> jurisdiction. Consider making mediation as a tool of the office of the
>> Ombudman" explicit.
>> 9.4.2 – Modify from "Transparency Report" to "Transparency and
>> Accountability Report."
>> 9.4.3 – Need to clarify "other information" and "Chatham rule"
>> 6.1.1 – Consider "illustrative v. prescriptive" issue.
>> 6.8 – Consider whether text implies GAC is dictating the working
>> methods of Staff.
>> If ATRT2 members (in particularly assigned editors) captured other
>> notes that could modify Recommendations, please be prepared to discuss them
>> on the call tomorrow.
>> Also, Larisa sent a document with proposed edits to Recommendations
>> from Staff, based on the discussion on our call this week. Please review
>> that document and be prepared to discuss it on our call tomorrow.
>> *Please note*: 11 comments/reply comments in response to the draft
>> ATRT2 Report have been filed.
>> Please read the comments and if dits to Recommendations are warranted
>> based on the comments, please submit your suggestions as well as quotes
>> from the comments in question to the ATRT2 email list NO LATER THAN Monday,
>> December 16. Thank you.
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