Re: [ga] Second request for comments on the GA agenda
The next one hundred hours will be instrumental in determining the proper
stances in Stockholm. I ask that you keep your mind and your email open until
the time of no return, which I believe should be as you speak at the lecturn,
oops sorry - podium. I have seen these great and wise chairs operate and they
will switch agendas on you when you do not even know it is happening. (remember
how Sheppard quashed YJ Park, how Cerf blocked multilingualism) Come to think of
it I was sitting and talking with Joop as some chair tabled and redirected after
your report regarding the WG-Review. We collectively just shook our heads.
We may criticize you and annoy you but we elected you and we trust you. Keep
wise counsel unto yourself.
I ask that you set aside time and review the GA-Full and decide on what is our
consensus by using your normal calm and reflective good soul. You are our knight
and we should not tell you in which direction to wield you saber.
OTOH you step one inch out of line and I will be on you like bad smell on s---.
Danny Younger wrote:
> Although an invitation was formally extended to the Names Council to join
> the GA in dialogue, allowing each NC Interim Committee Chair ample
> opportunity to discuss the Terms-of-Reference that their respective
> committees have decided upon, and providing each with an opportunity to
> outline to the GA the degree to which we will be invited to participate in
> committee efforts, this invitation has been graciously declined by the NC
> I have responded to Philip Sheppard, advising him that I will convey the
> sentiments of the GA to the NC, and that I will address the NC with regard
> to the GA's work-item agenda.
> As many have previously criticized both the Chair and the Co-Chair of this
> Assembly for purportedly having an agenda, I am asking our membership to put
> forward their views so that the Chair may report such views to the NC. I
> look forward to your comments.
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