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RE: [nc-deletes] Minutes - Conference Call, November 15

Title: RE: [nc-deletes] Minutes - Conference Call, November 15

Thank you.  I've also had input from WIPO who see it as a problem.  Whether it's a problem we can solve easily is another matter, but we should give it a go. 


-----Original Message-----
From: John Berryhill [mailto:john@johnberryhill.com]
Sent: 20 November 2002 20:37
To: Jordyn A. Buchanan
Cc: nc-deletes@dnso.org
Subject: RE: [nc-deletes] Minutes - Conference Call, November 15

> I think we are indeed running a bit far afield here and it seems hasty
> to decide whether or not a solution is problematic before we see
> Jane's proposal.

I agree.  And I believe it is timely to provide some input into a few factors that one might consider while writing a proposal.  One factor would be whether the proposal addresses an actual "problem".

The classic ICANN policy loop is for criticisms of faits accompli to be dismissed as unconstructive.  I'm simply trying to provide Ms. Mutimear with some constructive a priori input.  Since the only input she has mentioned receiving comes from the IPC, a broader perspective initially will save us time in fixing it after the fact.

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