[Ccwg-auctionproceeds] [Ext] Re: Input needed - review of examples - deadline 15 October
danield at w3.org
Tue Sep 26 15:21:38 UTC 2017
On 2017-09-26 15:28, Marika Konings wrote:
> Daniel, with regard to the second part of your question, the Open
> Internet definition, note that a small drafting team was formed during
> the last meeting to review the latest version, consider all input
> received to date and come back with a proposed draft to the CCWG in
> time for the next meeting.
Ah OK, thanks.
> In relation to your suggestion, instead of using these to evaluate the
> current examples, these may be criteria that the CCWG may want to
> discuss as additional guidance in relation to the objectives?
Maybe those are indeed useful to evaluate the criteria of an Open and
Interoperable Internet, with a focus on technical merits vs.
social/political ones (global effect, scalability and stability being
good criteria for interoperability).
> priority is to be given to projects that have a global vs. local
> benefit / long-term vs. short term results, etc? I’m not clear on what
> the value would be at this stage to add these columns as the current
> exercise is focused on determining what is considered to be within
> scope of ICANN’s mission / the proposed objectives for fund allocation
> and not within scope – it is not about prioritizing the type of
> projects eligible for funding. That may be a later exercise, but not
> one we are undertaking now as far as I know.
I think we need to wait for the Open Internet definition to stabilize to
see what is an objective and how prioritization will work on that basis.
> Best regards,
> On 9/26/17, 02:16, "Daniel Dardailler" <danield at w3.org> wrote:
> Hello Marika, all
> Looking at the examples table, and remembering the discussions at
> last call wrt adding more columns, I wanted to suggest the
> additional criteria (which I wrote a while ago before we started
> CCWG). They are somehow different than the ones we already have
> indirectly included in the second column (identifier related,
> building, open Internet).
> - global vs. local benefits
> (e.g. is this funding going to help all Internet users or just a
> limited population ?)
> - long-term vs. short-term results
> (e.g. infrastructure oriented vs. event oriented)
> - scaling effect of deliverables
> (e.g. ratio of fund granted over expected end-users
> - difficulty to get funded by other grant agencies
> (e.g. by government programs, large foundations).
> I'd be in favor of extending the current table with those criteria
> also present the 3 pieces of the second column, so that examples
> easier to evaluate.
> Regarding the Open Internet definition, at
> I'm not sure what is the status of this page. It's still pretty
> with typos, duplicates, etc.
> Is someone in charge of cleaning it or am I not looking at the
> right one
> On 2017-09-26 00:13, Marika Konings wrote:
> > Dear All,
> > As per action item #1 of our last meeting, please find attached
> > latest Word version of the assessment of examples of fund
> > document. As noted in the document, the objective is to review
> > analyze the examples that have been provided to date in relation
> > new gTLD Auction Proceeds allocation. As ultimately allocation
> > to occur consistent with ICANN’s mission as well as the
> > set by the CCWG, you are requested to indicate for each of these
> > examples with which part of ICANN’s mission it is considered
> > consistent as well as which part of the proposed objectives. You
> > also indicate if you do not consider the proposed example
> > with either ICANN’s mission and/or the objectives. You also have
> > ability to add examples currently not covered to the table. To
> > facilitate your review, ICANN’s mission as well as the CCWG
> > objectives are listed with reference numbers that you can use to
> > out the table. Note that ‘notes/comments’ column can be used for
> > any additional input you wish to provide.
> > You can include your feedback in the attached document or use the
> > google doc version
> > The deadline for input is 15 October.
> > Thanks,
> > Marika_ _
> > _ _
> > _MARIKA KONINGS_
> > _Vice President, Policy Development Support – GNSO, Internet
> > Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) _
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