[Internal-cg] Charter commenting
pwilson at apnic.net
Tue Aug 5 18:47:41 UTC 2014
I agree with Daniel’s proposal here.
Can we state that public comments are considered to be for the public record, and for the information and consideration of all participants in this process, not just for the ICG. This is reasonable I think, along with the emphasis on contributions via the relevant communities.
On 5 Aug 2014, at 1:30 am, Daniel Karrenberg <daniel.karrenberg at ripe.net> wrote:
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> I agree that we should set up a mechanism for comments from the
> general public with the following properties:
> It clearly, bluntly, repeatedly and unavoidably states that the
> preferred method for participation is via the relevant communities.
> Maybe we should have a check box where people have to acknowledge
> that they understand this before they can post a comment. ;-)
> All comments should be stored in a public archive for all to see,
> including for us. Comments in this archive should be kept available
> for all to see for at least 5 years after they are made.
> Discussion should be strongly discouraged in this mechanism. There are
> other places for that already; the most appropriate are the relevant
> We can then see all these comments and take them into account as
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> Comments for the charter should be treated as just a special case of
> the above. 14 calendar days is about the right time for this as this
> is about the time we would need to get substantive comments from our
> communities and I do not see that final agreement on the charter will
> substantially delay our other current work.
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