[Ssr2-review] Draft Blog and SO/AC Chair Letter -- edits by Sept. 2
steve.conte at icann.org
Tue Sep 4 15:10:44 UTC 2018
Before this goes out (not sure who’s sending), please look at the very last paragraph in Russ’ draft email and
On Sep 2, 2018, at 9:15 AM, Russ Housley <housley at vigilsec.com<mailto:housley at vigilsec.com>> wrote:
Thanks for the pointers to other blogs. The CCT RT put a picture at the top of their blog, and that seems appropriate for the "re-start" message here.
Thanks for putting this together. I have attached some editorial suggestions in the attachment. None are big. Accept or reject to easily accommodate the suggestions by others.
On Aug 31, 2018, at 3:34 PM, Denise Michel <denisemichel at fb.com<mailto:denisemichel at fb.com>> wrote:
As discussed on our call, I rewrote the draft “communiqué” kindly provided by Staff, to bring it in-line with the more “approachable” blogs that are the standard for review teams (e.g. see RDS Review Team blog<https://www.icann.org/news/blog/rds-whois2-review-team-submits-terms-of-reference-and-work-plan> and CCT Review Team blog<https://www.icann.org/news/blog/update-on-competition-consumer-trust-and-consumer-choice-review>). The attached blog, once finalized, would be posted on the Team wiki and shared with the SO/AC Chairs.
I’ve also drafted an email for Russ to transmit to the SO/AC Chairs (w/ Board Committee Chair and Phil on cc) to formally close the loop with them on the “re-start” tasks they assigned. It follows the blog text in the attached.
Red-line edits are welcomed. Can we agree to share them on the list by Sunday night (PT) Sept. 2? That will give us time to resolve any issues and generate final documents for transmission by Sept. 4
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