[CWG-Stewardship] Public Comment Review Tool

Alan Greenberg alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca
Thu Jun 11 21:32:06 UTC 2015

I have reviewed the replies to the ALAC submission and offer three comments.

The first is a general one. Although I am not sure how we could have 
done otherwise given the volume of comments and the time-frame in 
which the CWG had to review them, I find many of the answers lack 
specificity and if I an my colleagues had not been on the calls to 
argue the issues when they were discussed, I am not sure we would 
have been very happy with how the answers were formulated. My next 
point is one such example.

In 200, the ALAC requested that at least for IFR members where where 
is only one person per represented group, that Alternates be formally 
allowed. The reply was that it would be considered by the CWG in its 
further deliberations. To the best of my knowledge, this was not 
considered (ie neither accepted nor rejected) and the Proposal was unaltered.

In 228, The ALAC raised the issue of the SIFR being triggered by a 
vote of the ccNSO and GNSO. This was ultimately not changed (although 
words were added regarding consultation). However the reply says that 
the GNOS was replaced by the RySG, something that simply did not 
happen. This needs to be corrected. But I am troubled that there may 
be other similar examples where the CWG reply does not mesh with what 
is in the final proposal.


At 11/06/2015 11:11 AM, Grace Abuhamad wrote:

>Dear all,
>Attached is the updated Public Comment Review Tool. I have included 
>a redline and a clean version. The document is now 300-pages, so 
>quite lengthy to review. In the interest of time, to make sure those 
>who submitted comments can see how the CWG addressed their 
>submissions, we will post this Review Tool to the Wiki and Public 
>Comment page. Should there be a need for further updates, we can 
>update the documents as requested.
>The Wiki page is here: 
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