[Internal-cg] Posting of draft RFP
Milton L Mueller
mueller at syr.edu
Fri Sep 5 07:54:35 UTC 2014
These corrections are good, but confusion about the RFP and its status is a Bad Thing.
I would suggest that the same ICANN staff who sent the announcement should send a retraction to the same lists to which it was sent, saying very simply and clearly that the transmission was premature, the RFP is still a draft, and the ICG will formally issue the final RFP on September 8
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> I have made a similar statement on the IANA transition panel at IGF, in my own
> capacity, as my understanding of the draft with the intention of providing
> communities working on proposals the substantive elements of the RFP as soon
> as possible.
> On 9/5/2014 3:21 AM, Daniel Karrenberg wrote:
> > On 5.09.14 9:01 , Patrik Fältström wrote:
> >> All,
> >> As you have noticed ICANN posted an announcement as a result of a request
> to have the draft RFP posted, for transparency reasons. I am working with
> ICANN on coming up with issues that makes this clear.
> > On my own initiative I have just sent the following to
> > ianatransition at icann.org where I saw the announcement:
> > "Be aware that this text has not been formally agreed by the ICG yet.
> > It is a very very stable draft, but changes may still occur before it
> > is agreed.
> > Daniel"
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