[ALAC] [council] Message from Kurt Pritz
avri at acm.org
Thu May 10 13:02:11 UTC 2012
On 10 May 2012, at 08:28, Alan Greenberg wrote:
> JAS: ALAC and GNSO Council agreed that JAS group
> could continue to work on implementation. JAS
> group is doing that and had now made an explicit
> recommendation that a "Son of JAS" be involved in
> carrying out implementation. If the GNSO Council
> desires, that recommendation can go to the GNSO
> COuncil instead of being implemented immediately.
And why should the g-council be the one to decide this?
Would it not be enough for ALAC, as the other chartering organization to approve it?
Why does it even need approval at all. It is obvious that one power the ICANN Staff has, and should have, is the ability to bring in advisors on any process. If they wish to use JAS experienced advisors in the implementations and deployment of a plan suggested by JAS, who is the g-council to tell them they can't?
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