[Internal-cg] Jan 26 review deadline for Protocols proposal

Daniel Karrenberg daniel.karrenberg at ripe.net
Fri Jan 16 13:30:26 UTC 2015

We should proceed as far as we can with the responses we have received. We should do this at a reasonably agressive pace. 

Some reasons:

- We owe it to the communities that worked hard to meet the deadlines. We need to keep a positive relationship with them goong forward. They need to stay motivated. We should not frustrate them by appearing to be tardy.

- We gain time for discussing clarifications and improvements of the responses we already have with the respective communities. 

- It makes sense get as much work out of the way as we can as early as possible to free up capacity for the later stages. 

- We need to exercise our own machinery as much as we can.

So I wholeheartedly support proceeding as Alissa sugests. 


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> On 15.01.2015, at 19:08, Alissa Cooper <alissa at cooperw.in> wrote:
> Hi Milton,
> I suggested Jan 26 because our next call is on Jan 28. That way we can devote a good part of that call to starting the discussion about the protocol parameters proposal. We can continue that discussion in Singapore. 
> Since Step I of our finalization process involves evaluating the proposals individually <https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/files/iana-transition-assembly-finalization-24dec14-en.pdf>, I think we can and should proceed with that step for the proposals we do receive. We’re aiming to get that done by Feb 15 according to our process.
> Of course, the names work taking place right now is very important and folks who are heavily involved in that might not have as much time to review the protocol parameters proposal. I think that’s perfectly fine, since we have a couple people on the hook to do a thorough review of that proposal and bring their evaluations back to the rest of us.
> Best,
> Alissa
>> On Jan 15, 2015, at 7:43 AM, Milton L Mueller <mueller at syr.edu> wrote:
>> I’ve been looking at the total landscape related to IANA transition and I have a question about the Jan 26 deadline for reviewing the IETF proposal.
>> There is a ton of work going on in the names CWG and CCWG in that time frame, and given the relatively unfinished state of the names work I think it’s more important to advance that work.
>> At the same time, I am having trouble understanding what we can do with a review of the protocols proposal by Jan 26. Is the purpose to be able to discuss it at the Singapore meeting, or what?
>> Milton L Mueller
>> Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor
>> Syracuse University School of Information Studies
>> http://faculty.ischool.syr.edu/mueller/
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