[CCWG-ACCT] Comment processing was Re:  Recommendation ...
kavouss.arasteh at gmail.com
Sun Jan 17 19:02:02 UTC 2016
Board's views as implementing entity do have its own weighting and merits
as they are implementing the issue.
Someone who has never been involved and just coometns on theoretical
basis should also be judged on its merits .
At the stage of implementation and empowerment of community .it is only the
Board which is responsive not those indicvidual who provided theoretical
and phylosophical comments without knoowing whether their comments
are are implementable
This is important .
I agree that we need to examine all comments by only on their merits
2016-01-17 19:23 GMT+01:00 Avri Doria <avri at acm.org>:
> On 17-Jan-16 11:52, Schaefer, Brett wrote:
> > Just to be clear, I was speaking generally, not just on the HR rec.
> On the subject of processing all comments, I too believe we need to do
> this on all recommendations. Even the ones where I am possibly in a
> minority position.
> I think Kavouss is right, we need to have a clear picture of the pros
> and cons on all the recommendation, i.e. scorecards. And then need to
> work through them.
> I disagree that the Board comments are somehow a collective viewpoint
> that is more equal that the other collective and individual viewpoints.
> Until they actually weight the results of the CCWG, they will not have
> the bottom-up multistakeholder take on the issue that our processes
> demand. At the moment, I see the Board view as advisory, giving us a
> hint of what their decisions might be at the end of the day. We need to
> take their advice seriously, just as we need to take all advice and
> opinion as expressed, or yet to be expressed, seriously. Only once we
> have finished the work and enter the next stage of the process, will we
> be in a situation of negotiation over the content of their response to
> the community's proposal.
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