[council] ccNSO Council meeting report
maria.farrell at gmail.com
Wed Dec 11 16:33:19 UTC 2013
Many thanks for this summary and indeed for getting up at 0400 to be able
to provide it to us.
I agree with your suggestion, and David's support, for a funded liaison
person who can attend ccNSO and- David's suggestion - GAC meetings that run
at the same time as ours. It could be a useful first step to figuring out
how to implement the ATRT2 recommendation that we somehow get the GAC more
active in GNSO PDPs.
I wonder how we would go about discussing that in more detail in the GNSO
and, if appropriate, getting the idea into the works?
That said, I personally think you're doing a terrific job keeping us
informed about cc-world and it is really useful to get these updates from
you, with your day to day knowledge of GNSO Council issues, e.g. the cross
community working group. You are in danger of making yourself indispensable!
On 11 December 2013 02:05, David Cake <dave at difference.com.au> wrote:
> On 11 Dec 2013, at 7:38 am, john at crediblecontext.com wrote:
> > 4. As the GNSO Council liaison to the ccNSO Council, I have already
> suggested, because we meet at the same times during the three international
> meetings, that someone just off the Council be asked to fill the role.
> This brings up a question of funding. I think the position should be
> funded and a specific set of responsibilities attached. I am just making
> this up as I go along.
> Regardless, it seems a valuable suggestion. We have the same issue
> with the GAC - the major SOs and ACs are all more or less so busy that they
> consume almost all the time available at an ICANN meeting, making it pretty
> much impossible to effectively monitor one if you are an active participant
> in another. Liaisons are seeming a more valuable idea with each meeting,
> and it seem a practical necessity that they are not full serving members of
> the origin group in order to have the time to fully monitor the group they
> are outreaching to. And of course funding is important, as the ability to
> attend physical meetings is essential for the role.
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