[registration-issues-wg] [CPWG] Next steps in the evolving MS model

Marita Moll mmoll at ca.inter.net
Sun Jun 16 13:34:16 UTC 2019


Hi Justine. In response to your request for a short list, it is going to 
be hard to rule any of them out. Don't see how we can decide not to 
engage in the cultural issues or the participation issues or the roles 
and responsibilities issues. Possibly we might take more of a back seat 
on some of the process, prioritization issues. But I am not sure about 
that either.

I am having trouble imagining everyone jumping up to volunteer for 
everything -- given the stretched resources of volunteer groups. It will 
be another diversion of scarce resources and the rest of the work 
doesn't stop. But, everyone is also intensely aware that, if they are 
not at that table, the discussion will go on without them.  Since trust 
is an issue, who is going to trust another constituency to resolve the 
problem.

So, it is going to be tricky. I don't have a sense about how that 
discussion will flow. Some advance discussion on our part and vigilance 
will be important -- perhaps a bit of a caucus at the meeting itself so 
decisions can be made on the fly.Any info on how other groups plan to 
handle this would also be useful.

Committing any group to take on an issue has to be agreed -- so I 
doesn't seem possible for this process to happen in one meeting -- 
people haven't actually seen the whole issue list Brian is going to 
present.

Marita

On 6/15/2019 11:00 PM, Justine Chew wrote:
> Hi Marita,
>
> Could you please provide a short list of issues which you think 
> At-Large cannot afford not to have an influence in?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Justine
> -----
>
>
> On Fri, 14 Jun 2019 at 07:37, Marita Moll <mmoll at ca.inter.net 
> <mailto:mmoll at ca.inter.net>> wrote:
>
>     Dear CPWG members. I hope some of you were able to attend B.
>     Cute's webinar on Wednesday. As usual, he was quite clear about
>     what he was expecting from us next:
>
>     1. Map issues to owners
>
>     2. Identify dates by which owners will deliver a solution or
>     approach to resolving the issue
>
>     3. Identify resources needed by owner(s) to deliver solutions
>
>     So, by the time of the meeting in Marrakesh the issue
>     identification part of the exercise will have been completed. At
>     the meeting in Marrakesh, Brian will be looking for everyone's
>     help in mapping issues to owners. e.g. who (Board, SO/ACs, ICANN
>     org, etc) needs to take responsibility for resolving each of the
>     issues which have been identified. This is going to be tough. We
>     all would like someone else to solve the problems, but if we want
>     our issues to be addressed, we will have to step up to the plate
>     and shoulder some of the work. I pointed out, during the webinar,
>     that all of the volunteer communities were already so stretched
>     that they might hesitate to take responsibility for yet another
>     major project. He did say that he was aware of the problem and
>     that  participants would get lots of support.
>
>     I really suggest that there be some advance thought put into which
>     issues at large should take some ownership of. Do we want to have
>     our fingers in all the pies or just a few of them? Where should we
>     concentrate our efforts? It would seem to make sense to come into
>     this meeting with a united point of view
>
>     This work will go on for the duration of the strategic plan, so it
>     is certain to be a long haul.
>
>     Marita
>
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