[ALAC-ExCom] Fwd: Draft 2 of e-mail to JAS WG Co-Chairs

Evan Leibovitch evan at telly.org
Thu Apr 28 18:45:45 UTC 2011


OK by me.

Is there any objecting to my sharing this letter with the drafting team
after it is approved and sent to the chairs?

- Evan


On 28 April 2011 13:29, Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond <ocl at gih.com> wrote:

> Dear ALAC ExCom:
>
> Seth Green has very kindly worked on a first draft based on the
> discussions and action items of our 28/04/2011 ALAC ExCom single issue
> conference call. I have made a small number of amendments.
> Please review ASAP & email me your own amendments. I'll then email a
> copy to GNSO Council Chair to give him a headway and will then email the
> Co-Chairs of the WG, CC'ing GNSO Council Chair + Vice Chair, as well as
> the ALAC ExCom a couple of hours later.
> Kind regards,
>
> Olivier
>
> _________________________________________
>
>
> Dear JASWG Co-Chairs,
>
>
>
> As one of the two chartering AC/SOs of the JASWG, the ALAC would like to
> offer certain recommendations, for your consideration, in order to boost
> the WG’s efforts efficiently forward at this point.  It is the ALAC’s
> hope that these recommendations will be taken in the spirit in which
> they are intended – as guidance rooted in the shared goal of having the
> JASWG fulfil its mandate within the agreed timetable.
>
>
>
> The ALAC recommends that the JASWG – starting with its meeting on
> Friday, 29 April – thoroughly review the “JASIssues and Recommendations”
> summary document (located at
> *https://community.icann.org/display/jaswg/JAS+Issues+and+Recommendations*
> ),
> created by the JAS Drafting Team.   This document, once complete, will
> define and summarize the JAS WG’s consensus on a select number of
> important high-level issues, particularly:
>
>    *
>      The required criteria of applicants qualifying for support (i.e.
>      who can qualify); and
>    *
>      What these applicants can expect to get.
>
> These issues are covered in the document’s Parts 3 and 4, on which the
> ALAC recommends the WG most strongly focus. As per the WG's Charter,
> substantive outcome is sought particularly in these issues.
>
>
>
> The goal of this review would be to facilitate the JASWG’s discussion –
> and resolution – of those aspects of this document that are still
> incomplete or for which there is still no clear WG consensus.  Please
> note that many of these unresolved issues are currently marked in red
> within the document.  We believe that the needed agreement on this small
> number of high-level issues can be reached /without/ the WG’s also
> having to agree, at this time, on the many underlying details it has
> been discussing.
>
>
>
> Specifically, the ALAC recommends that the JASWG go about the review of
> this document – and reaching agreement on the issues it covers – in the
> following way:
>
>
>
>    * This document review could be efficiently moderated by the JASWG
>      member most familiar with this document, Evan Leibovitch.
>    * The document should be displayed in the meeting’s Adobe Connect
>      Room so that all members are, quite literally, on the same page.
>    * The changes on which the JASWG agrees should be made to the
>      document during the discussion itself – that is, "in real time"
>      during the WG’s meeting.
>
> It is the ALAC’s hope that the JASWG, by focusing its work in this way
> immediately (as of its 29 April meeting), will be able to successfully
> reach a consensus on a number of fundamental issues in the few meetings
> it still has before the 6 May deadline for its report to its chartering
> organizations to be completed.
>
>
>
> I and other members of the ALAC Executive Committee would welcome the
> opportunity to discuss these suggestions with you further.
>
>
>
> Kind regards,
>
>
>
>
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