[gnso-rpm-wg] Mark Your Calendars: First organizational call for RPM WG set for April 21
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On Fri, Apr 8, 2016 at 4:06 PM, Gabriela Szlak via gnso-rpm-wg <
gnso-rpm-wg at icann.org> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I would also like to second Susan Kawaguchi´s nomination of Phil Corwin as
> chair of this PDP Working Group with enthusiam!
> I have also worked closely with Phil in the Business Constituency and thus
> have been following his tireless committed work and his remarkable
> contributions to both the BC and the GNSO Council, where he has a well respected
> and influential voice. Moreover, he has substantial expertise and
> experience on RPMs and all related issues relevant to this WG.
> Also, as this is a managerial role, I believe it is important to
> highlight that he has the organizational skills and the preparation needed
> for the task as well as the ability to identify common ground and
> facilitating consensus solutions, ensuring fair hearing of all views.
> Thank you!
> *Gabriela Szlak *
> *Skype:* gabrielaszlak
> *Twitter: @*GabiSzlak
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> 2016-04-08 16:00 GMT-03:00 George Kirikos via gnso-rpm-wg <
> gnso-rpm-wg at icann.org>:
>> I'd be very pleased to second the nomination of Phil Corwin. He's done
>> a very able job (with Petter Rindforth) co-chairing the IGO/INGO PDP
>> working group.
>> George Kirikos
>> On Fri, Apr 8, 2016 at 2:14 PM, Susan Kawaguchi via gnso-rpm-wg
>> <gnso-rpm-wg at icann.org> wrote:
>> > I would like to nominate Phil Corwin as Chair of this PDP WG. I have
>> > Phil for several years and worked closely with him in the Business
>> > Constituency since we are both GNSO councilors. He works hard, is very
>> > engaged and committed to all the work at ICANN. He has chaired the
>> > working group and spent many hours working on multiple working groups.
>> > Phil’s experience with RPM’s would make him an excellent chair for this
>> > working group.
>> > I am hoping you will all consider him for Chair.
>> > Susan Kawaguchi
>> > Domain Name Manager
>> > Facebook Legal Dept.
>> > From: <gnso-rpm-wg-bounces at icann.org> on behalf of Mary Wong via
>> > <gnso-rpm-wg at icann.org>
>> > Reply-To: Mary Wong <mary.wong at icann.org>
>> > Date: Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 1:23 PM
>> > To: "gnso-rpm-wg at icann.org" <gnso-rpm-wg at icann.org>
>> > Subject: Re: [gnso-rpm-wg] Mark Your Calendars: First organizational
>> > for RPM WG set for April 21
>> > Dear Working Group members,
>> > Following up on Phil’s (our interim Chair and GNSO Council liaison) note
>> > below, we’d like to continue to welcome all participants to our Working
>> > Group, especially those that may have signed up most recently.
>> > As Phil has mentioned, there are several preparatory matters that we
>> > you attend to, prior to our first meeting on 21 April:
>> > 1. Review the Background Materials to familiarize yourself with the
>> > for our work: https://community.icann.org/x/4SWAAw.
>> > These are the documents on which our Working Group Charter – which is
>> > essentially the authoritative document that sets out the full scope of
>> > Policy Development Process – is based. As such, we recommend that you
>> > review the Charter, which can be found
>> > here:https://community.icann.org/x/2CWAAw.
>> > 2. Consider the recommendation to have two or more co- or vice-chairs,
>> > consider also nominating someone for a chair/co-chair/vice-chair
>> > Phil has already noted the reasons for either having a chair, assisted
>> > one or more vice-chairs, or having several co-chairs for this Working
>> > Where nominations are concerned, you may find it helpful to consider
>> > nominating a person(s) who you believe has the experience and skills to
>> > manage a large Working Group that will be working on complex (and
>> > contentious) issues in ICANN’s multi-stakeholder bottom-up policy
>> > environment. To add to Phil’s notes, including the importance of a
>> > Chair, the GNSO’s Working Group Guidelines provide that the purpose of a
>> > Chair is to manage the entire Working Group process (e.g. call meetings,
>> > preside over deliberations, and ultimately designate the appropriate
>> > consensus levels attained by all of the Groups final recommendations). A
>> > Chair is also expected to continually assess whether the Working Group
>> > sufficiently broad representation and enforce ICANN’s Expected
>> Standards of
>> > Behavior.
>> > If you would like to nominate (including self-nominate) a Working Group
>> > member for a chair, co-chair or vice-chair position, please do so via
>> > to this mailing list prior to the 21 April meeting. This will allow the
>> > Working Group to discuss and hopefully select its leadership at or
>> > following that meeting, which would in turn facilitate the work of the
>> > group.
>> > Thanks and cheers
>> > Mary
>> > Mary Wong
>> > Senior Policy Director
>> > Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)
>> > Email: mary.wong at icann.org
>> > Telephone: +1-603-5744889
>> > From: <gnso-rpm-wg-bounces at icann.org> on behalf of Phil Corwin via
>> > gnso-rpm-wg <gnso-rpm-wg at icann.org>
>> > Reply-To: Phil Corwin <psc at vlaw-dc.com>
>> > Date: Monday, April 4, 2016 at 19:02
>> > To: "gnso-rpm-wg at icann.org" <gnso-rpm-wg at icann.org>
>> > Subject: [gnso-rpm-wg] Mark Your Calendars: First organizational call
>> > RPM WG set for April 21
>> > Dear Members of the RPM Review WG:
>> > As Interim Chair, I am pleased to announce that our initial WG
>> > organizational call has been scheduled for 1500-1600 UTC on Thursday,
>> > 21st. You will be receiving a calendar invitation as the date draws
>> > along with Adobe Chat and dial-in information.
>> > Please note that this date and time is not indicative of the scheduling
>> > future WG calls. So far, 113 individuals have signed up to be Members of
>> > this WG, and their domiciles are broadly distributed around the globe.
>> > Therefore, it is likely that the WG will adopt a staggered, rotating
>> > schedule to more evenly distribute the inconvenience of calls scheduled
>> > outside of normal working hours.
>> > In preparation for the initial call, I invite you to review background
>> > materials that are being posted to the WG’s wiki space, which can be
>> > at https://community.icann.org/x/4SWAAw.
>> > A proposed agenda for the meeting will be posted in closer proximity to
>> > April 21.
>> > Given the size of the WG, the complexity of the issues it will address,
>> > the divergent views and interests raised by some of those issues, it is
>> > possible that the administrative task of managing its workflow will be
>> > performed by a Chair and several Vice-Chairs, or by several coequal
>> > Co-chairs. In this regard -- and while I hope to have your support to
>> > in one of those leadership positions going forward -- other WG members
>> > should start to consider whether they also wish to serve in a management
>> > leader role. Chairs (of whatever title) should expect to be involved in
>> > discussions of WG issue management among themselves and with Policy
>> > staff that are in addition to the regularly scheduled WG calls, so
>> there is
>> > an extra time commitment involved. While Chairs may step out of their
>> > official roles and advocate specific positions, their management of the
>> > effort must be neutral and even-handed.
>> > Finally, and again given the large number of volunteers who are willing
>> > contribute to this effort, I request that all WG members refrain from
>> > posting substantive comments and materials to the email list at this
>> > and confine their postings between now and April 21 to questions and
>> > comments regarding our initial organizational efforts.
>> > Thank you and best regards,
>> > Philip S. Corwin
>> > Interim Chair
>> > Philip S. Corwin, Founding Principal
>> > Virtualaw LLC
>> > 1155 F Street, NW
>> > Suite 1050
>> > Washington, DC 20004
>> > 202-559-8597/Direct
>> > 202-559-8750/Fax
>> > 202-255-6172/Cell
>> > Twitter: @VlawDC
>> > "Luck is the residue of design" -- Branch Rickey
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