[Internal-cg] Fwd: Co-chairs revised draft 2.0
jjs at dyalog.net
Thu Jul 24 13:54:56 UTC 2014
the reason I have not "reconfirmed" is that, as a representative of the ALAC, I cannot agree to the fact that the decision taken in London (3 Co-Chairs) has been modified in several iterations (one Chair, one Chair + Alternate(s), Chair and sub-Chairs...) without full consensus. There is no point in replying to a subsidiary question, such as my candidacy, before questions of principle have been properly dealt with (as things stand today, heavy representation of one citizenship and of business -in various guises- in the Coordination Group, content of our current draft Charter, the "technical" nature of the exercise to be dealt with only or chiefly by the "technical" and business entities, image that an unbalanced Group would give to the global Internet community, the risk that this may contribute to a misrepresentation of the true motivation of the USG, etc).
Because of their non-anecdotal nature, I have referred these points to the ALAC, and am awaiting instructions.
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De: "joseph alhadeff" <joseph.alhadeff at oracle.com>
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Envoyé: Jeudi 24 Juillet 2014 13:51:22
Objet: Re: [Internal-cg] Fwd: Co-chairs revised draft 2.0
Colleagues - as we March to Noon UTC, I wanted to provide and update on volunteers and one more look at the proposed final paper (attached for your reference).
To date the following information exists on our volunteers and their positions of interest:
Alissa Cooper – Chair
Keith Drazek – Alternate
Patrik Faltstrom – Alternate
Russ Housley – reconfirmed interest, but position not specified
Jean-Jacques Subrenat – has not reconfirmed.
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