[ga] Re: Getting to effective and meaningful... and staying focused...
Marilyn and all assembly members,
Cade,Marilyn S - LGA wrote:
> As chair, it is inappropriate for me to provide an 'answer' to work which the TF
> is undertaking. I noted that Danny Younger's questions were very pertinent. And,
> the GA rep forwarded to the TF.
Well thank you at least for forwarding Danny's very good and "pertinent"
question to the TF... However Danny was asking YOU specifically
in his question, not the TF. Common courtesy would dictate in my experience
that YOU Marilyn should have provided AN answer even if it was not
one that the TF supported at this time.
Hence your comment or statement regarding "Responsible Chairmanship"
seems to ring a little off key... >:)
> I don't prejudge the outcome of the work of the TF. When I was elected chair, I
> noted that I intended to try to manage the process,NOT lobby the outcome. The BC
> has a different representative than me on the TF.
Good! This is very basically as it should be.
> So, no, I won't be answering the question from my personal view. And, no, it isn't spin.
Ah! Well that says allot, thank you. So than whom if not the chair, speaks
for or can answer questions? Does the TF have a spokesperson? Or
do questions such as Danny's just go unanswered...???
> It is responsible chairpersonship... :-)
Oh is it? Hummm? Well respectfully I would have to disagree based
on my own experience, and the experience of other chairs of many other
similar TF's, Ect., over a 23 year span...
> So, no, you can't expect anything further from me on this until the TF delivers
> their views.....
> You can, and should expect to see, further consideration within the TF. IF they agree
> that this is a priority. They have a lot of work to do. Let's be sure that we understand
> that the TF needs to set priorities...
> I've got my priorities straight: Focus on facilitating the work of the TF to achieve
> supportable processes and policy.
> Noise isn't a useful way to contribute... if one wants a balanced outcome, reflective
> of the broad interests of the Internet.... Meaningful work, which includes effective outreach,
> from well intentioned people ...is......
> Now that sounds like something you could support, Jeff.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jeff Williams [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 11:03 PM
> To: Cade,Marilyn S - LGA; dnso Tran TF list
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; Nancy J. Victory; Don Evans; cathy Handley
> Subject: Marilyn Cades non-answer to: Re: [ga] RE: Redemption Grace
> Periods for Deleted Names
> Marilyn and all assembly members,
> You didn't answer Danny's question at all Marilyn. Why is that
> I wonder??? Could you please directly answer Danny's question
> Marilyn? Or can we expect more spin in your responses to questions?
> Please advise.
> Cade,Marilyn S - LGA wrote:
> > Excellent questions. Dan, can you forward to the Transfer Task Force?
> > Thanks... good idea to address this very early... we had just started trying
> > to sort through the linkage, Danny, but your insights are very helpful.
> > Marilyn
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: DannyYounger@cs.com [mailto:DannyYounger@cs.com]
> > Sent: Tuesday, July 30, 2002 6:28 PM
> > To: Cade,Marilyn S - LGA
> > Cc: email@example.com
> > Subject: Redemption Grace Periods for Deleted Names
> > Marilyn,
> > I have a question regarding one aspect of the work of your Transfers Task
> > Force concerning inter-registrar transfers during the Delete Pending period.
> > The Technical Steering Group's Implementation Proposal "determined that it
> > would not be practical to implement inter-registrar transfers of deleted
> > names in Stage 1. Instead, it is proposed that six months after this
> > Redemption Grace Period Proposal is adopted, ICANN's President should
> > re-convene this (or a similar) Technical Steering Group to review the
> > implementation of the Redemption Grace Period, to suggest possible
> > improvements to the Redemption Grace Period, and to develop a specification
> > for Stage 2 of the implementation of the Redemption Grace Period, which will
> > enable registrants to choose the ‚EURoerestoring‚EURĚ registrar.'
> > The Technical Steering Group believed that "allowing registrants to choose
> > the redeeming registrar will introduce numerous technical and operational
> > complications into the system", and "that the best course of action would be
> > to reserve implementation of registrar choice until a second stage".
> > Do the members of your TF share the assessment of the Technical Steering
> > Group that such considerations should be postponed another six months? Will
> > your TF examine this issue, or will it defer the matter to the Steering Group
> > as proposed above? I would think that when a registrant has found
> > himself/herself in need of the Redemption Grace Period that a fair amount of
> > enmity would exist between the registrant and the current registrar... in
> > such circumstances, might it not be appropriate to expeditiously facilitate a
> > transfer?
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