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RE: [council] Interim NC recommendations on ICANN evolution

  • To: "Philip Sheppard" <philip.sheppard@aim.be>, "NC (list)" <council@dnso.org>
  • Subject: RE: [council] Interim NC recommendations on ICANN evolution
  • From: "Cade,Marilyn S - LGA" <mcade@att.com>
  • Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2002 17:41:09 -0400
  • Sender: owner-council@dnso.org
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  • Thread-Topic: [council] Interim NC recommendations on ICANN evolution

The BC supports the new edits. 
While we would prefer more detail in a few places, we are willing to accept the proposed language in order to gain broad agreement.
You have done a good job of creating a framework which we can build on for further elaboration.  We look forward to the May 2 meeting and a discussion on policy development.
A suggestion for that meeting: Many of us work in other entities where policy is developed.  I suggest that it would be very helpful to have a short series of overviews of different policy development mechanisms at the beginning of our next call.  While I've heard suggestions that the IETF is a "model", and I'm happy to hear a bit about it, it is essentially a very different forum than the DNSO, so I think we need to look beyond, even while including it. 
Policy development processes in multinational business or non commercial organizations would be helpful to hear about.
We might generate a short list of similar questions to be answered by each overview; some ideas that come to my mind follow.
Name of the particular "group"?
Who belongs?
What is the nature of the scope -  national, regional, multiple regions, global?
What is the purpose of the organization?
What kinds of policies are developed?
What is the output of the policy -- back to industry for self regulation? used to guide service or product development such as is the case with standards/protocols? for input to governmental organizations or to governments? other?
What are the timelines like?
What is the cost to participate?
How is outreach and comment done?
-----Original Message-----
From: Philip Sheppard [mailto:philip.sheppard@aim.be]
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2002 4:25 AM
To: NC (list)
Subject: [council] Interim NC recommendations on ICANN evolution

Further to yesterday's (April 24) NC call I attach a set of interim recommendations. I will forward these to the ICANN evolution committee on April 29. Recommendations 1 - 13 are settled. Based on the e-mail input prior to April 24, and discussion on the call I have drafted three additional recommendations (14, 15,16). Please let me have your comments /support etc on these three latest midnight your time zone April 28. That will allow me to make any last minute changes before submitting this interim paper.
Next steps
As agreed on the call, the next call is May 2 at the usual call time. We will focus discussions on policy development.
Philip Sheppard
NC Chair

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