[council] NCAs in the new GNSO Council structure

Alan Greenberg alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca
Fri Sep 4 19:54:38 UTC 2009

If I understood Avri correctly yesterday, the immediate concern is to 
address where this coming year's NCA's sit, as it is possible (but 
not a sure thing) that next year the NomCom itself will take on the 
role. So any decision made now could be with the understanding that 
it is for this year only, with the three known NCAs.

Or it could be a generalized solution that will work every year if 
the NomCom does not do it.

One last thought is that if option e is adopted, I do not think that 
it would be fair to say that Andrey Kolesnikov is destined to fill 
that role for his entire two years. He applied for the position based 
on the old structure and rules.


At 04/09/2009 02:47 PM, Olga Cavalli wrote:
>as discussed yesterday in the conference call, and to start the 
>discussion in our list, I am including possible options for 
>assigning the role of the three NCAs in the new structure of the GNSO Council:
>Option a:  The NCAs talk it through and figure out which roles seem 
>right to them.
>Option b:  Random selection.
>Option c:  The council members decide with random selection of which 
>House chooses first.
>Option d:  The two Houses collaborate and decide among them where 
>the NCAs will be assigned.
>Option e:  The new, inexperienced NCA rep assumes the non-voting 
>Council seat and one of the above options is used to assign the two 
>House seats.
>Option f:   The experienced NCA rep assumes the non-voting Coundil 
>seat and one of the above options is used to assign the two House seats
>Option g: (Combination of option a and d) The two Houses collaborate 
>and decide among them where the NCAs will be assigned, with a 
>refusal option by any of the NCAs.
>Please iclude other options thay you may think of and share your 
>comments about this in the list.
>We should decide about this in our next GNSO conference call on 24 September.
>Best regards
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