[CWG-Stewardship] Charter interpretation

Seun Ojedeji seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 15:55:12 UTC 2015

Dear Co-Chairs, all

Re-reading the CWG charter, I like to get some clarification/correction on
my interpretation of the CWG charter. Sections below:

*Final Transition Proposal *
> After receiving the notifications from all chartering organizations as
> described above, the co-chairs of the WG shall, within ten working days
> after receiving the last notification, submit the Final Transition Proposal
> to the Chairs of all the chartering organizations..............In the event
> one or more of the chartering organizations do(es) not support (parts of)
> the Final Proposal, the Final Proposal should clearly indicate which parts
> are fully supported and which parts that are not, and which chartering
> organization dissents from the CWG view.
> In the event that no consensus is reached by the CWG, the Final Report will document the process that was
> followed and will be submitted to the chartering
> organizations to request possible suggestions for mitigating the issues
> that are preventing consensus......

Based on the section above, i like to get response/confirmation on the
following assumption:

- That the current proposal is final "draft" of the CWG
- That the CWG would reconvene to update the curent draft based on response
from the chartering organisation.
- That another consensus call will still be made by the CWG to produce a
final proposal to be submited


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