[Internal-cg] Proposed agenda for July 17-18
narelle.clark at accan.org.au
Mon Jul 14 02:16:20 UTC 2014
I had same issue when using the text editor, reopened with MS Word and all line breaks were restored.
Viz a viz the agenda itself - I like it as a great first start.
It was good to hear everyone at the telecon last Friday (Thurs for most I expect).
One of the things we discussed was the concept of affirming the charter and scope of the group as well as the membership at the London meeting. It was pointed out that quite a bit of discussion has already preceded the formation of this group on those very topics and we run the risk of reopening and rehashing topics that have already been done to death.
As such, then, it would be good for us to review that discussion beforehand if at all possible, or at least to get a summary of the thinking behind it. Is anyone in a position to do that, or to point the rest of us to that discussion?
With respect to membership of the CG - here is my summary of the arguments at present.
We have had a request for an increase in membership and we discussed that briefly on the call. The logic being that if there is a group that strongly feels they will not have appropriate representation within the NISTCG (CG for short!) then ultimately their confidence in any consensus, should it be reached, will be lacking.
That argument has some merit, however, this group is large, and therefore unwieldy already. Would another three make any difference?
Someone pointed out that it is partly dependent on the role the group has: if it is more on co-ordinating inputs and corralling proposals, then surely two vs five also has merit either way.
My understanding at this stage is that ultimately we really have no intention of voting - thus numbers won't matter.
All in all - I am strongly swayed by the concept that another three won't make a lot of difference to our workings, and leaving them out may hamper broader acceptance of any proposals we might ultimately agree are best.
From: internal-cg-bounces at icann.org [mailto:internal-cg-bounces at icann.org] On Behalf Of joseph alhadeff
Sent: Sunday, 13 July 2014 12:05 AM
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Subject: Re: [Internal-cg] Proposed agenda for July 17-18
Same problem. Open office would be fine if some don't wish to use .doc...
On 7/12/2014 8:28 AM, WUKnoben wrote:
> I have some problems with all incoming *.txt attachments - in
> particular the structure of eg the agenda. I don't know whether others
> have the same problem.
> Is there a more comfortable way of distribution eg like word-doc or
> Thanks and regards
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht----- From: Alissa Cooper
> Sent: Saturday, July 12, 2014 1:11 AM
> To: internal-cg at icann.org
> Subject: Re: [Internal-cg] Proposed agenda for July 17-18
> I have updated the agenda (attached) based on our call yesterday. Note
> that Day 2 now concludes at 5pm rather than 4:30pm.
> For a few of the sessions I put “(IETF)” or “(IAB)” in parentheses
> where I know we are working on proposals and may be able to lead those
> If you are willing to lead any of the agenda sessions, and
> particularly if you’re willing to contribute a proposal for any of the
> sessions and use that to structure the discussion, please make that
> known on the list or by replying to me directly. I will probably reach
> out to some of you individually about leading various sessions if we
> don’t have enough volunteers.
> It would probably be good to publish at least a rough agenda publicly
> on our various mailing lists prior to the meeting so that people
> watching remotely can follow along. Let’s aim to do that by, say, 20:00 UTC.
> And please keep the comments/suggestions coming on the agenda.
> On 7/9/14, 2:04 AM, "WUKnoben" <wolf-ulrich.knoben at t-online.de> wrote:
>> Thanks Alice and Alissa for preparing the meeting. I'm one of the
>> GNSO appointees and loaded with more than 30 years of experience from
>> the telco sector. My former employer was Deutsche Telekom, and I'm
>> now working for eco, the German internet business association.
>> Easy for me to be in London on time. Looking forward to meet you all
>> Best regards
>> Wolf-Ulrich Knoben
>> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>> From: Alissa Cooper
>> Sent: Wednesday, July 09, 2014 12:19 AM
>> To: internal-cg at icann.org
>> Subject: [Internal-cg] Proposed agenda for July 17-18
>> Hi all,
>> Looking forward to working with you on this important effort. I think
>> I know most of you, but for those who I do not: I’m Alissa Cooper,
>> one of the IETF appointees. I work for Cisco on collaboration
>> technologies (voice, WebEx, video conferencing). I’m currently one of
>> the IETF’s 15 area directors. I’m based in California.
>> I’ve attached a proposed agenda for the July 17-18 meeting, developed
>> in discussion with some IETF/IAB colleagues. This is very much a
>> draft so it would be great to get discussion going with
>> Since the group will be somewhat large (~30 people), I made each slot
>> a bit on the long side.
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