[council] Re: An issue or not an issue - that is the question
avri at acm.org
Fri May 25 09:20:22 UTC 2007
In principle I agree with this approach.
I would have preferred waiting to ask the staff to do this until the
new GTLD process was completed. As it stands, once we ask for the
report, we are on a timetable. And though we don't do a very good
job of following the time table in any case and are hoping for a
rationalization of the timing in the PDP in the future, i think it
better to not start something we cannot follow through on.
On 25 maj 2007, at 11.01, Philip Sheppard wrote:
> all new activities have resource implications.
> Council should timetable its priorities based on the list of
> identified issues that we wish
> to do something about.
> There is no shame in identifying an issue today and then agreeing
> to start a PDP on it in 6
> months time based on an assessment of priority and resource.
> Indeed, this may be sound management.
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