Re: [nc-whois] gTLD Thinking on the Way Ahead
On 2002-02-27 17:54:23 -0500, Sapiro, Miriam wrote:
>Thomas - Thanks for your quick response.
That message was sent before the call, and I actually thought that
most things had been sorted out during the conference, with most
parties ending up in "violent agreement" on some of the points, and
some skepticism in the gTLD constituency on the level of detail to
be published. At least, that's what my recollection and notes say.
Please note that I'm certainly not opposed to deliver the "big
picture" in Ghana. I do, however, believe that it's not so
difficult to get, for instance, chapter III (uniformity) into a
shape which is of similar detail as chapter IV. The statistics are
there, now it's up to you to come up with some text, and possibly
(Actually looking at the numbers I've been cutting & pasting around,
there's violent consensus across categories in qq. 12-14, and in
question 15. The only non-trivial part of that chapter seems to be
question 11, which may give some interesting insight into where
governmental respondents actually may come from. Of course, you
could also start to compare the results from q10 (free-form) and
q15. May be interesting.)
>We could have been clearer on this point: Our question is: Are we
>suggesting that, eg, only individuals can opt-in or out, or
>entities as well? Perhaps the survey was not clear on this point;
>we will need to address the limitations of the survey, as we have
>noted earlier. It is an important distinction as now only
>individuals have the option to opt-out.
That's a good point, and indeed one where I had completely
misunderstood what Karen had written.
What do you suggest that I should add below the current text in
section IV E, "Question 16 and 17.d", on page 23 of the latest draft
(whois-ghana-020227-1.pdf)? Give me something to cut & paste,
Thanks, and good night,
Thomas Roessler http://log.does-not-exist.org/