Re: [ga] NC teleconf agenda 4 April 2002
I would sure be embarrassed to be a part of this failure. Sheppy has sure done
a good job of making his council a laughing stock.
Here is a major point of restructuring. This council has been a major choke
stone prohibiting the bottom up stakeholder open and transparent movement.
If I were the Staff, I would do some spin doctoring here lay the problem on
these guys (of course with a leak first for plausible denial) and suggest a
direct GA. That would give staff another year or so of obfuscation.
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> Names Council Agenda 4 April 2002 (120 mins)
> Proposed NC Agenda April 4
> The following order of topics is proposed for the next Names Council
> - Short term
> - Long term
> 2.Advisory Bodies
> 3.Management of advisory bodies
> 4.Stakeholder participation
> 5.Board composition
> I propose a first pass where we seek areas of common agreement and then
> we revisit to discuss areas where constituencies have differing views.
> Our timeline is short. The Evolution committee has said it wants input
> by April 29 to be useful. This differs from the timeline indicated by
> Stuart Lynn in Ghana (May 15.) upon which the current schedule of NC
> calls was based. For now I do not propose any additional calls but we
> can re-evaluate that as we proceed.
> Minutes from previous teleconference on ICANN reform
> Terms of reference for DNSO response to the case for reform.
> ICANN Staff Draft: Toward a Statement of the ICANN Mission
> The next teleconference will be as scheduled 18 April at 15.00 Paris time.
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