Re: [ga] Pulling the plug on the Council
On 2002-04-12 11:55:42 +0200, Alexander Svensson wrote:
>>I would guess that any work product which does not identify and
>>address the problems with the DNSO's current process would be
>>considered a failure. Any work product which just says
>>"everything's almost fine" would most likely be a failure.
>Although I agree, I concede that the DNSO has had the most
>difficult job of all the SOs.
Agreed. However, if the DNSO can't do its difficult job with its
current structure, this means that the structure should be replaced.
>I believe that part of the problem lies in the constituency
>structure. It's not only about including all relevant groups
>(Philip mentioned individual name holders), it's about the
>constituency representatives not being able to work together.
>Stuart Lynn calls it "the DNSO's complex and noisy crowd of
>working groups, constituencies, and the Names Council."
>Not all concerned parties in the Task Forces are represented, but
>even worse -- not all represented parties seem to be interested in
You can safely phrase this in still sharper form: Some represented
parties may be interested in not getting the work done.
>(Additionally, the DNSO must get rid of incentives to block work
How? Quite frankly, I don't see any incentive at all for at least
one of the large players to get anything done in the DNSO.
Thank you. Maybe we should start an initiative to get a bunch of
these delivered to the Bucharest site, for use by board and names
Thomas Roessler http://log.does-not-exist.org/
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