Re: [ga] Transfers TF and ICANN Staff support
Danny and all assembly members,
It is clear and has been for some time now that the predominant problem
with ICANN or DNSO task force(s) is a lack of good management
due to the skewed selection process imposed by the ICANN BOD
and in particular the ICANN staff. We have seen this continue unabated
for almost a year now with first the .ORG Task force and now for some
time, the TF Task force...
> The NC unanimously passed this resolution at Marina del Rey: “That the NC
> shows its support for the Transfer Task Force and the importance of its work.
> The NC requests ICANN staff to assist the task force in any legal definitions
> and the identification of any contract modifications that may be needed. The
> NC looks forward to receiving a resolution of this important issue by the
> Ghana meeting (March 2002).”
> Can you provide us with an update on ICANN Staff support so far regarding
> "the identification of any contract modifications that may be needed"? Has
> Staff made any of these "identifications"? Nine months is surely ample time
> for the Staff to do its job, isn't it? As I haven't seen anything posted so
> far, perhaps you can enlighten those of us in the registrant community that
> aren't eligible to participate in your teleconferences (and for which there
> are still no minutes available).
> P.S. any progress on a timeline yet? It's already way past the Ghana
> meeting, and I think we deserve to know when this process will come to an
> end, don't you? I'm curious... why do you seem to have a problem abiding by
> the ERC recommendation to complete policy work within 30-45 days? Is this
> your own way of defying the Board?
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