[Party1] Inbound work from and outbound work to WP2
jordan at internetnz.net.nz
Tue Mar 3 01:35:37 UTC 2015
Yep, that's right.
To me, that suggestion is a blend of some powers (what could be vetoed) and
a specific mechanism to deliver them. We need to make sure the powers exist
and that there is a mechanism. It might end up being your proposed
mechanism or might not.
Would you do a template for the community veto, Robin?
On 3 March 2015 at 10:29, Robin Gross <robin at ipjustice.org> wrote:
> Thanks, Jordan, It looked like the "Community Veto" proposal had also
> been moved into WP1, yes?
> On Mar 2, 2015, at 5:11 PM, Jordan Carter wrote:
> Hello WP1 members,
> I had a chat with Becky yesterday and below are the work items that are
> proposed to transfer* from WP2 to WP1.*
> 1. Ombudsman
> We would keep (and Becky would not progress) community or noncom
> appointment of the Ombudsman (noting this is Work Stream 2 -
> post-transition - and is therefore on hold).
> 2. Mechanisms
> We would develop details for all the "mechanisms" that are actually
> already listed in the second table of our work summary - Becky's work plan
> had included them.
> This relates to the broader discussion Becky and I had which is that her
> WP would focus its time and energy on improvements to existing mechanisms
> (which largely focuses on review and redress, things that are "triggered")
> as well as the standards on which such action is based. Our WP1 would focus
> on new mechanisms and powers, as it has largely done so far, most of which
> are non-triggered.
> This then leads to the following *Work Items from our list being
> transferred to WP2:*
> WP1-5A - clarifying ICANN's limited technical mission - is part of the
> standards and review&redress focus of WP2
> WP1-6C - ombudsman standing for IRP - this would also be an improvement to
> the redress mechanism of the IRP, and would fit with WP2 (noting it's also
> Most of these allocations are noted in the PDF I circulated yesterday,
> which is attached again for your easy reference.
> We can discuss this on Thursday. At the moment it doesn't require us to do
> anything other than focus our efforts on the "mechanisms" we might build.
> So far Roelof has kindly developed the Supervisory Board concept, but we
> need to do some work on the other mechanisms.
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