Re: [ga] Splinter groups
We are in agreement on that. And I like the word "splinter group"
since they told me that SIG was pejorative in US language.
The point is the origine, rules and nature of the the s.g. Self
creation, open management and consensual uncovering
oriented - as I stand for - or directed creation with imposed rules
to support a pre-determined position as Danny made it?
On 09:22 05/06/01, Derek Conant said:
>In my opinion, the best mechanism for advancing the development of
>policy and standards is one that includes many splinter groups.
>Splinter groups, may provide the best mechanism for managing the large
>quantity of comments, opinions and information contributed by
>individuals and organizations willing to participate in advancing the
>development of policy and standards. How else is ICANN and its SO later
>going to manage large quantities of comments, opinions and information
>contributed by individuals and organizations willing to participate?
>An organization or group with its own constituencies and consensus is
>able to assist in the management of information and expedite the process
>of developing and contributing constructive consolidated opinion derived
>from its constituency to the decision making body (ICANN and its SOs).
>This also allows the freedom for interested parties to flow from one
>organization or group to the next which may sustain one's momentum and
>interest to participate in these processes.
>A splinter group that is not productive, or one that does not produce
>constructive results, simply will not have a significant impact on the
>topics or matters at issue.
>DNSGA President and Chairman
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