[ALAC] The AGAT initiative

Tijani BEN JEMAA tijani.benjemaa at fmai.org
Thu Jan 27 14:52:08 UTC 2011


Dear Jean Jacques,

 

There is too much work to do, and I do think your participation will be of
great value.

 

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De : alac-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org
[mailto:alac-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org] De la part de Jean-Jacques
Subrenat
Envoyé : jeudi 27 janvier 2011 18:49
À : Evan Leibovitch
Cc : ICANN ALAC list
Objet : Re: [ALAC] The AGAT initiative

 

Hello Evan,

 

this is in response to your call for "assistance" to the AGAT group. 

This group already has eleven members, so I hesitate to propose my name, as
the effectiveness of a detailed piece of work such as this is best ensured
by a smallish group.

However, if you and the other members think I could bring some added value,
please let me know.

 

Regards,

Jean-Jacques.

 

 

Le 27 janv. 2011 à 05:18, Evan Leibovitch a écrit :

 

> Hello everyone,

> 

> At its last meeting in Cartagena, the ICANN Board acknowledged that a
number

> of sticking points remain in the new gTLD approval/application process,

> though most of the it is essentially settled. What remains are issues that

> ICANN stakeholders have been trying to resolve with varying levels of

> success.

> 

> There have been some remarkable areas of consensus, notably on the "Rec6"

> Cross-community Working Group. However, much remains that has either been

> unable to obtain full consensus by these groups or (in the eyes of many)

> subject to significant misinterpretation by ICANN staff that has so far
been

> charged with the wording of the Applicant Guidebook.

> 

> At its meeting yesterday, the ALAC endorsed an initiative to create a
small

> working team focused on providing specific wording for the Guidebook on

> specific areas that remain at an impasse, from an end-user centric point
of

> view. The intent is to deliver a direct and reasonably complete
alternative

> text that addresses the concerns that have been expressed through ALAC and

> other stakeholders (including the GAC).

> 

> We are looking for help with this, but we need a group that is committed
to

> helping to both assess our intended direction and to help create specific

> AG-ready working based on that.

> 

> The general framework of the Applicant Guidebook Alternate Text (AGAT)

> effort can be found at

>
https://community.icann.org/display/atlarge/ALAC+Applicant+Guidebook+Alterna
te+Text

> 

> We have a significant amount of work and not much time in which to do it,
so

> any offers of assistance are greatly appreciated.

> 

> 

> -- 

> Evan Leibovitch, Toronto Canada

> Em: evan at telly dot org

> Sk: evanleibovitch

> Tw: el56

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