[council] URGENT REMINDER: Your feedback requested - GNSO Council Development Session in Buenos Aires
Jeff.Neuman at neustar.us
Thu Aug 1 22:15:38 UTC 2013
My preference like the others is to not switch hotels for the one night if possible. Traveling 1 hour by bus to a nicer location just to be stuck in a conference room for the day seems like torture.
Now, if we did some sort of bonding tour for the day with just a couple of hours at most of council business, that would be another story.
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On Aug 1, 2013, at 6:02 PM, "Glen de Saint Géry" <Glen at icann.org<mailto:Glen at icann.org>> wrote:
REMINDER – Complete the doodle poll please ! http://www.doodle.com/uq77rvafpx3cthkb
As Jonathan already mentioned in Durban, the GNSO Council has received funding under the FY14 Special Community Requests to organise a Council Development Session directly after the ICANN meeting in Buenos Aires. The objective of this meeting is to allow for the Council, including those members newly seated in Buenos Aires, to get to know each other better, provide information on the functioning and operations of the GNSO Council and allow for planning for upcoming projects and activities, with the aim to further enhance the co-operation within and effectiveness of the GNSO Council.
We are currently working on the logistics as well as the programme for this meeting and plan to keep you up to date on a regular basis with regards to the details. For now, we would like to ask you to make sure to reserve Friday 22 November in your diaries for this meeting (with planned departure on Saturday 23 November). Furthermore, we would like your input on the logistics for Thursday evening / Friday morning and would like to ask you to respond to the following doodle poll: http://www.doodle.com/uq77rvafpx3cthkb (in short, the question is whether people prefer to travel to the new venue, approx. 1 hour outside of Buenos Aires, on Thursday afternoon/evening or on Friday morning).
Thanks for your assistance,
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