[Internal-cg] ICG FAQ ..
Milton L Mueller
mueller at syr.edu
Thu Oct 2 14:47:16 UTC 2014
Really like the way you handled Question 3.
Questions 7 and 8 are in effect predicting out the outcome of the process and are therefore inappropriate and should be deleted. I also believe we should not include Question 9, as noted in my prior message.
You've deleted what used to be Question 9 1/2. "Can I submit a proposal..." probably because you think it is answered by your new question 12 (How can I participate?) I object to this - I get asked the more specific question all the time and it relates directly to how ordinary people relate to the ICG and its process.
I only have time now to go through the first half of the document, so I want to get these comments out now. Will have more comments about the second half later.
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> Proposed edits, comments and clarifications from me attached and on the
> dropbox. Ultimately they ended up being both simple semantic and
> substantive in nature.
> I recommend that for ease of viewing one uses the 'Track changes' --> 'view
> final' option as this is far less cluttered. After reading, switch back to see the
> comments and rationale behind some of the changes.
> I also realised that there is one question I keep getting from people:
> "Has the NTIA ever invoked its stewardship powers?" and while I have an
> answer, I'm not convinced it is completely correct. I've included that one for
> general dissection.
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