[UA-discuss] [UA-EAI] [Ext] Re: UA-EAI WG charter
Mark W. Datysgeld
mark at governanceprimer.com
Sat Aug 10 01:43:50 UTC 2019
Considering how cumbersome it is to establish a contract with ICANN, I see the only solution as pre-paying a contractor to look for and fix a set number of issues from target repositories.
While it is unorthodox, it is what is possible within the constraints we have to work with.
Mark W. Datysgeld from Governance Primer [www.markwd.website]
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On August 9, 2019 10:02:24 PM GMT-03:00, John Levine <john.levine at standcore.com> wrote:
>In article <B71902F5-E139-40C5-BC8D-9DAA6507FCA9 at techobscura.com> you
>>> 3. Offer developers a small amount of money, say $500 to motivate
>them to change their code. If we spent $1m on that I would regard it
>as a good investment.
>>> Marksv>>> We don't know how to do this in the ICANN system due to
>>That was raised and the alternatives I suggested were 1) to pay
>someone to submit patches to as many projects as possible along with
>any reasonable ‘patch
>>processing fee’ or 2) pay someone to run a compliance bounty
>programme. Both of those are things we can contract out.
>I proposed a bounty program and ICANN said no.
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