[ALAC] Fwd: [soac-discussion] Form a Focus Group to Provide Feedback on Proposed Public Comment Constructs
langdonorr at gmail.com
Sat Jul 2 23:30:54 UTC 2011
Indeed I agree with JJS (and of course we all know where I encouraged the
ATRT to go on this issue ;-) and YES I wholeheartedly support Dev as
being put forward as our AC rep to the focus group...
On 3 July 2011 06:57, Jean-Jacques SUBRENAT <jjs.global at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Olivier,
> I support the suggestion. Public comment, a distinctive feature of ICANN,
> has become more complex over the years and requires streamlining. In the
> process aimed at improving the representativity and efficiency of public
> comment, ALAC / At-Large must seek to preserve -and where possible
> enhance- the interests of the general Internet user. Best wishes to Dev
> On 03/07/11 01:41, "Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond" <ocl at gih.com> wrote:
> >Dear all,
> >I am in receipt of the following message from Filiz Ilmaz regarding the
> >formation of a Focus Group.
> >Dev Anand Teelucksingh has already worked on these problematics in the
> >past, thanks to his involvement in the At-Large Improvements WT.
> >His knowledge and experience would be very helpful to the focus group
> >and I therefore suggest that he be our representative for the ALAC.
> >If I do not hear of any objections, I'll transmit Dev's name to Filiz
> >Ilmaz in the middle of next week.
> >Kind regards,
> >---------- Forwarded message ----------
> >From: *Filiz Yilmaz* <filiz.yilmaz at icann.org
> ><mailto:filiz.yilmaz at icann.org>>
> >Date: 30 June 2011 19:08
> >Subject: [soac-discussion] Form a Focus Group to Provide Feedback on
> >Proposed Public Comment Constructs
> >To: "soac-discussion at icann.org <mailto:soac-discussion at icann.org>"
> ><soac-discussion at icann.org <mailto:soac-discussion at icann.org>>
> >Cc: "mike.silber at icann.org <mailto:mike.silber at icann.org> Silber"
> ><mike.silber at icann.org <mailto:mike.silber at icann.org>>
> >Dear Community Leaders,
> >I communicated to you in Singapore that we would like to receive your
> >support in forming a Focus Group to provide some initial feedback on two
> >specific Public Comment implementation proposals relating to ATRT
> >Recommendations 15, 16 and 17.
> >This email is intended to provide additional details to help you in
> >identifying individuals to participate in this activity.
> >*Purpose*: To help ICANN Staff assess the usability and viability of
> >certain implementation constructs related to the Public Comment process
> >as recommended by the ATRT.
> >*Team Members*: We would prefer to keep the Focus Group relatively small
> >and are therefore requesting one representative from of each ICANN SO,
> >AC or SG.
> >*Methodology:* Due to the challenges in scheduling telephone
> >calls/meetings and considering the nature of the topics/questions, our
> >plan is that the group will interact and collaborate via a dedicated
> >space within ICANN's Confluence Wiki environment. Details (e.g., links,
> >login information) will be sent to the volunteers separately. At this
> >time, no meetings are planned.
> >*Duration*: We anticipate that the feedback period will last one month
> >from 20 July through 19 August at which point the dedicated Wiki space
> >will be closed.
> >*Content*: ICANN Staff will outline two current proposals to the Focus
> >Group and collect initial feedback (via the Wiki). The two specific
> >topics that the Focus Group's will be asked to provide feedback are:
> >Topic 1: Stratification/Prioritization of Public Comments
> >Topic 2. Comment/Reply Structure for Public Comments
> >*Scope*: The Focus Group will be asked specific questions concerning the
> >topics listed above and feedback/responses will be collected via the
> >Wiki. The ATRT Recommendations have been reviewed by the ICANN Community
> >and approved by the ICANN Board; therefore, the Focus Group will not be
> >asked to validate the ATRT Recommendations themselves.
> >*Outcomes*: The Wiki collaboration and discussion threads will be used
> >by Staff to inform its planning concerning the implementation topics
> >listed above. Staff does not plan to issue any written reports or
> >summaries of the Focus Group's deliberations; however, the Wiki may be
> >opened for public read access once the work is completed. Elements of
> >the feedback may be incorporated into a formal Public Comment
> >solicitation that will deal with these same topics circa September 2011.
> >I hope you find the above information helpful in identifying and
> >selecting candidates to help with this feedback process.
> >We hope to hear back from you with one volunteer contact detail from
> >your group latest by 13 July 2011, in order to start the activity as
> >outlined above.
> >Kind regards,
> >Filiz Yilmaz
> >Sr Dir Participation and Engagement
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