[Ssr2-review] Email replying to Board
krsic at denic.de
Thu Oct 5 18:03:01 UTC 2017
Am 05.10.17 um 19:35 schrieb James Gannon:
> It's Friday and we are suggesting cancelling the workshop which starts Monday?
No, not really - and from my perspective also not necessary. Just take a
look on the agenda for the meeting next week that Jennifer circulated
this day. All listed topics are related to our scope (and only a subset
of the proposed subgroup topics) and we agreed SSR2-internal on this
approach to moving forward with the subgroup work.
I would rather worry about yesterday's message from SSAC. I have the
same viewpoint in many issues and have already expressed this to some
team members in the past. We should rather look at the overall situation
and how we continue with the SSR2 review.
> Sent from my iPhone
>> On 5 Oct 2017, at 19:27, ALAIN AINA <aalain at trstech.net> wrote:
>> I Concur with Geoff. I suggest we look at options to postpone the LA meeting and convene a call to discuss the board and SSAC concerns immediately
>> Hope this helps
>>> On 5 Oct 2017, at 16:39, Geoff Huston <gih at apnic.net> wrote:
>>> Please note in any proposed response that such a response is not based on an unanimous view from all SSR2 Review Team members, and that some individual members of this group have views that differ materially from those expressed in this response and agree with the Board’s stated conceerns. As I have posted already, I happen to share the Board's concerns here (rather than merely ‘noting’ them).
>>>> On 6 Oct 2017, at 2:17 am, Denise Michel <denisemichel at fb.com> wrote:
>>>> Dear Team Members:
>>>> As discussed, the co-chairs are preparing a brief email reply to the Board’s latest correspondence regarding the ICANN SSR Subgroup fact-finding meeting in LA Oct 9-10. Because we are so short on time, we’ve outlined the points we’ll make and invite any Team members to provide any comments they may have by COB today (PT). After we send the email, we intend to follow-up with more discussion after the workshop and a more fulsome correspondence to the Board.
>>>> • SSR mandate from ICANN’s bylaws to provide increased accountability and transparency of ICANN to its community for key aspects of ICANN’s work
>>>> • SSR2’s terms of reference modelled on bylaws and adopted by majority consensus
>>>> • Workplan and sub-group efforts flow from ToR
>>>> • ICANN SSR subgroup’s fact-finding mission at ICANN addresses SSR2’s bylaw obligation.
>>>> • Note Board concern about risks of exceeding SSR2 scope; Team discussed potential for over-reach while creating ToR, and reinforced Team’s commitment with text on gaining complete understanding of interconnected issues but then ensuring SSR2 recommendations are in-scope.
>>>> • After subgroup’s Oct 9-10 fact-finding mission, Team will discuss results and next steps.
>>>> • Look forward to discussing all this with the Board at ICANN 60 and getting more information on Board’s concerns
>>>> Denise & Eric
>>>> Denise Michel
>>>> Domain Name System Strategy & Management
>>>> Facebook, Inc.
>>>> denisemichel at fb.com
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