[Internal-cg] ICG FAQ ..
narelle.clark at accan.org.au
Fri Oct 3 00:51:07 UTC 2014
> From: Milton L Mueller [mailto:mueller at syr.edu]
> Sent: Friday, 3 October 2014 12:47 AM
> 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.
I'm not wed to Q9, so am ambivalent as to its inclusion. That sort of question set is being sought by people, so hopefully it will be compiled elsewhere. Thank you also for the .xxx reminder as I had forgotten (how!?).
Re whether 7 and 8 are too predictive, I would like to see more discussion on that. While strictly it is true that it is somewhat predictive of the outcome, isn't it part of the principles that we would like to see preserved in the outcome?
> 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.
It is covered explicitly in :
15. Can I submit my own proposal for how the IANA transition should take place?
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