[bc-gnso] Feedback of ICANN 51 in Los Angeles
marilynscade at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 17 07:29:35 UTC 2014
please do respond individually.
I think that we can improve the meetings through candid feedback.
A few of my comments:
2015 and beyond IG session was poorly planned and missing expert speakers on first segment.
second segment did not fulfill meeting description.
Was very good to have major number of hotel rooms and facilities for meeting in one venue.
Tent was a challenging idea, and moving to rotating its use was fair resolution to a poor situation.
Not enough time in public forum.
Forum used to be full day. consider returning to longer PF, with effort to encourage input from newcomers, nextgen, govts, developing co speakers. Maybe organize differently to ensure some diversity in one segment.
should have real bd meeting at least at annual meeting. THAT meeting might then be Friday am. once a year.
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> From: Lynn Lipinski <lynn.lipinski at icann.org>
> Date: October 16, 2014 at 6:25:31 PM PDT
> To: Lynn Lipinski <lynn.lipinski at icann.org>
> Subject: Tell us what you thought of ICANN 51 in Los Angeles
> Dear ICANN 51 participant:
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