Re: [wg-review] Re: [cctld-discuss] Comments on review of DNSObyMrPark
I believe that as single issue this should not be considered as a good idea but as a required mandate. Structurally and Procedurally multilingualism should be specifically adopted into the by-laws. It should never need to depend upon volunteerism. It should be a funding item that is required. It
should be a situation where if ICANN does not fund it then ICANN cannot operate. Other than individual representation this single issue detracts from ICANN's credibility more than any other. This issue as it is handled today has a negative impact on each and every topic that this working group is
addressing. No strategy or recomendation of this group will have legitamacy in implementation as long as one language is the rule in ICANN.
Ida Holz wrote:
> I fully agree with Oscar and with Pilar. As I mention many times to
> Oscar, we also offer to participate in spanish translations.
> Ida Holz- .uy
> "Oscar A. Robles Garay" wrote:
> > Bret,
> > It is very proactive your suggestion and makes a lot of sense to me.
> > Although, I think that this is just an 'aspirin" for the head ache, and we are not facing the real problem, which, since my point of view is the fact of a multi language world. It is unthinkable to ask for every language and dialect translations in every single communication on the net.
> > But I think every body would agree that ICANN needs to move forward on this issue and maybe open up sponsorship opportunities for transaltion on: Open Meetings, Critical documentation, crtical drafts, etc...
> > The ccTLD constituency is doing a translation job in a voluntary basis, this is another idea.
> > Other one would be Brets, but in many meetings Esther Dyson had to said that recommendation to english speakers many times and people didn't get it.
> > We would be happy to colaborate one these ideas. This is not the first time we offer to participate as an sponsor for spanish translations, but obviously, as Pilar said, there is no willingness to do ot.
> > Oscar
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