[ALAC] Proposal for ALAC work on future challenges

Jean-Jacques SUBRENAT jjs.global at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 06:51:28 UTC 2011


Dear Dave, 
* Your candidature has been noted.
* Topic: Internet Governance is indeed of prime importance, and should be
guided by the principles already mentioned (the global public interest,
consumer protection).
* Name: that's an interesting proposal, which our colleagues will no doubt
appreciate.
Thank you for your interest in joining the group, and for both your
suggestions, which will be included in the next update.

Regards,
Jean-Jacques.

From:  Dave Kissoondoyal <dave at isoc-mu.org>
Date:  Mon, 28 Mar 2011 10:30:34 +0400
To:  Jean-Jacques SUBRENAT <jjs.global at gmail.com>, 'ICANN At-Large Staff'
<staff at atlarge.icann.org>, <alac at atlarge-lists.icann.org>
Subject:  RE: [ALAC] Proposal for ALAC work on future challenges

Dear Jean-Jacques,
 
Thanks for your laudable proposal and initiative. Yes, I would like to form
part of the team as an ordinary member.
 
I think Internet Governance should be one of the suggested themes to be
addressed since this has always gathered global public interests.
 
Concerning the name, I have a simple proposal like ALACOM ­ ALAC OUTLOOK
MISSION
 
 
Thanks and best regards
 
 
Dave Kissoondoyal MBA, ACMI
CE0 - KMPGlobal Ltd
 
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[mailto:alac-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org] On Behalf Of Jean-Jacques
SUBRENAT
Sent: Sunday, March 27, 2011 8:57 AM
To: ICANN At-Large Staff; alac at atlarge-lists.icann.org
Subject: Re: [ALAC] Proposal for ALAC work on future challenges
Importance: High
 
Dear All,
 
after the initial e-mail from a week ago, here are the suggested next
steps.
 
WORK PLAN: as discussed before the vote, the idea is to have a limited
number of themes (not more than 5?) to effectively cover areas the
At-Large structures consider to be strategic. This does not imply any
shift of attention away from other areas currently covered, nor from
existing or expected obligations of the ALAC (response to Board request
for advice, etc). To start the ball rolling, here are my own suggestions:
- The global public interest (definition, overlap or separation of roles
between various parts of the ICANN community, desired contribution from
At-Large structures, action and possible impact by the ALAC on ICANN
policy and orientations);
- Key areas of possible ALAC action to uphold the global public interest
(for starters: new TLDs, WHOIS,...);
- Beyond the ALAC Review recommendations: how to increase the impact of
At-Large within ICANN (policy formation, working with other components of
ICANN, a communications policy for At-Large).
 
MEMBERSHIP, CHAIR(s): Please indicate if you are interested in being part
of this team, and if you'd accept being co-chair. It is suggested that
once the membership has been approved by the ALAC for 2011-2012, the Task
Force will designate its 2 co-chairs (2 in order to cope with temporary
unavailability of either, and because it's a best practice). When a member
leaves, (s)he may be replaced numerically by another volunteer.
 
CHARTER: this should cover the term of the mandate (2011-12), strategic
areas to be covered (see above), membership, mode of selection of the two
co-chairs, and the usual administrative aspects (Staff support, frequency
of meetings, reporting, archives, etc.). If our Chair or the ExCom agree,
I would be grateful if Staff sent around what they consider a workable
charter model (when I was on the Board, this was dealt with extensively by
the BGC).
 
NAME: during the discussion before the vote, TF-F (ALAC Task Force
'Future') was put forward. What's your view?
 
We'll have time to cover other aspects, or go into more detail, at the
next stage. 
 
I'd be grateful for your input.
 
Regards,
Jean-Jacques.
 
 
 
 
 
 
On 17/03/11 10:42, "Jean-Jacques SUBRENAT" <jjs.global at gmail.com> wrote:
 
>Dear All,
> 
>- thank you Chair for accommodating my request to make a quick oral
>presentation this morning (Thursday 17 March);
>- I am grateful to Evan and Gareth for moving and seconding a motion, and
>thank you colleagues for supporting it.
> 
>Taking into account remarks made so far by members of the ALAC, my
>proposal now reads:
> 
>PURPOSE AND NAME
> 
>It is suggested the group be called, at least for the time being, ALAC
>Task Force F (for Future), or TF-F. The notion of "task force" underlines
>its temporary nature, the fact that its duty is to address a given set of
>issues, and that it is expected to deliver results within a given time
>frame.
> 
>MEMBERSHIP
> 
>It is hoped the composition of TF-F will be fairly representative of
>overall geographic diversity of the At-Large structures, but clearly
>personal motivation is of prime importance. Once the list of members has
>been established and agreed upon by ALAC, the members of TF-F will choose
>their two co-chairs (this can be done by e-mail, or in a conference call).
>Once constituted, TF-F may call upon experts, as required.
> 
>PROGRAMME
> 
>The first task of TF-F will be to propose a limited list of (perhaps 3 or
>4) priority issues which the ALAC should address in the near future,
>because of their impact on the global Internet, on ICANN, on At-Large.
>ALAC members are encouraged to consult their regional communities on the
>topics which are considered of importance. Once the ALAC has established
>the initial list of issues, these shall constitute the core of the work
>programme for TF-F for 2011.
> 
>STAFF SUPPORT
> 
>In parallel to the membership of TF-F being finalized, it would be
>necessary to finalize arrangements for Staff support for TF-F.
> 
>VERY NEXT STEPS
> 
>ALAC members interested in taking part in this work are requested to reply
>to this e-mail to
> 
>*    make known their candidacy
>*    list the 3 to 5 topics they consider At-Large should take a position
>on, with regard to the future of the Internet, ICANN, or At-Large (in
>their order of priority, 1 being the most important or urgent). At this
>stage, the wording of these topics should be brief and self-evident.
> 
>**
> 
> 
>I'd be glad to respond to any questions or comments.
> 
>Regards,
>Jean-Jacques.
> 
> 
> 
>On 17/03/11 08:41, "ICANN At-Large Staff" <staff at atlarge.icann.org> wrote:
> 
>>Dear All, 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>Please see below a proposal by Jean-Jacques on the use of a currently
>>standing Working Group or the establish of a Task Force to discuss
>>emerging
>>ALAC challenges. This proposal will be discussed during today's Wrap-Up
>>Session: 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>**   
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>Dear All,
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>at the ALAC meeting on Sunday 13 March, a proposal was made regarding a
>>working group or task force which would discuss emerging challenges and
>>the
>>way ALAC should address them. Building upon the debate which followed,
>>and
>>on conversations which have taken place since then, the following
>>elements
>>are submitted to your approval and/or discussion:
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>PURPOSE AND NAME
>> 
>>It is suggested the group would be called, at least for the time being,
>>ALAC
>>Task Force F (for Future), or TF-F. The notion of "task force" underlines
>>its temporary nature, the fact that its duty is to address a given set of
>>issues, and that it is expected to deliver results within a given time
>>frame.
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>MEMBERSHIP
>> 
>>It is hoped the composition of TF-F will be fairly representative of
>>ALAC's
>>overall geographic diversity, but clearly personal motivation is of prime
>>importance. Once the list of members has been established and agreed upon
>>by
>>ALAC, the members of TF-F will choose their two co-chairs (this can be
>>done
>>by e-mail, or in a conference call). Once constituted, TF-F may call upon
>>experts, as required.
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>PROGRAMME
>> 
>>The first task of TF-F will be to propose a limited list of (perhaps 3 or
>>4)
>>priority issues which the ALAC should address in the near future, because
>>of
>>their impact on the global Internet, on ICANN, on ALAC. These issues
>>shall
>>constitute the core of the work programme for TF-F for 2011.
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>STAFF SUPPORT
>> 
>>In parallel to the membership of TF-F being finalized, it would be
>>necessary
>>to finalize arrangements for Staff support for TF-F.
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>VERY NEXT STEPS
>> 
>>ALAC members interested in taking part in this work are requested to
>>reply
>>to this e-mail to
>> 
>>*    make known their candidacy
>>*    list the 3 or 4 topics they consider ALAC should take a position on,
>>with regard to the future of the Internet, ICANN, or ALAC (in their order
>>of
>>priority, 1 being the most important or urgent). At this stage, the
>>wording
>>of these topics should be brief and self-evident.
>> 
>>**
>> 
>> 
>> 
>>Regards,
>> 
>>Heidi Ullrich, Matthias Langenegger, Seth Greene, Gisella Gruber-White,
>>Marilyn Vernon, 
>> 
>>ICANN At-Large Staff
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
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