[Internal-cg] Thinking about the assessment process
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Wed Jan 7 20:47:47 UTC 2015
ALL,Thanks Alissa for this proposal.
I wish to lend my voice in supporting Daniel's suggestion. I think it is the best path to follow in implementing the agreed procedure for this aspect of our task and upholding the safeguards.I therefore state below that:
I have been fully involved in the CWG of the Naming community in developing its transition proposal, being a ccTLD Registry operator and representative of ccNSO in the ICG.
I was never involved in both Protocol Parameters and Numbers communities' process of development of their transition proposals.
Happy New Year All. May the 2014 Team work and spirit be strengthened in
2015 as we commit to collaborate, cooperate, consider others views, while facing the difficult phase of the ICG work squarely.
On Wednesday, January 7, 2015 8:37 PM, Lynn St.Amour <Lynn at lstamour.org> wrote:
Thank you Alissa, I also think this is a reasonable process. And, I particularly like Daniel's suggestion below.
As an IAB appointee to the ICG, I followed very carefully the process followed by the IETF, participating in associated Working Group/review processes. I have had no involvement with the proposals of the names or number communities beyond reading publicly available documents.
On Jan 7, 2015, at 3:31 AM, Daniel Karrenberg <daniel.karrenberg at ripe.net> wrote:
> This makes sense to me.
> I suggest that before we start the reviews each of us sends a message to this list describing their involvement, if any, in the development of proposals. This way all that is on record and we avoid accusations of hidden interests or actions.
> For myself I can state that I have had no involvement with the proposals of the names and protocol parameters communities.
> As a member of the RIPE community I have participated in the public discussion about the principles for the numbers proposal. As part of my job at the RIPE NCC I have provided advice to management about the development of the proposal. I have also worked actively within the RIR communities to explain the process and the work of the ICG.
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