[ALAC] Nominating Committee ALAC Requirements Document
carlton.samuels at gmail.com
Mon Dec 8 19:39:57 UTC 2014
Estimate of time commitment is low; well, if you want to configure a 'me
too' personality that would do it. If one must participate in at least one
standing At-Large WG and at least one GNSO WG then realistically that
commitment moves closer to 40 hours in a 7-day week!
I would advise minimum 30 hours of effort.
Carlton A Samuels
*Strategy, Planning, Governance, Assessment & Turnaround*
On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 12:56 AM, Alan Greenberg <alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca>
> The Nominating Committee has a document describing what the ALAC does and
> the requirements and expectations for people applying for LAC positions.
> This year the NomCom will be selecting ALAC Members for Africa, Latin
> America / Caribbean Islands and Asia/Australia/Pacific).
> The document has not been revised since 2010, and I think it important
> that we update it. I should have attended to this earlier, but
> unfortunately the other issues we are working on seem to have taken
> So we are now VERY late. Attached is the current version that has been
> used 2010-2014 and one I have edited for use this coming year.
> I would appreciate all ALAC members (or past ALAC members) quickly looking
> at this and letting me know what I have omitted or got wrong.
> In particular I would appreciate your experience regarding how many hours
> per month we should realistically say is expected. We used to have 20-26
> and I changes that to the simpler 25. My rationale is:
> - Monthly ALAC call: 2
> - e-mail: 30 minutes per day = 15
> - participation in various WG, drafting, webinars: 2 hours per week = 8
> Even if you don't make any other changes, please comment on what YOUR
> experience is regarding the number of weeks for a normal (non-ALT,
> non-Liaison) ALAC Member.
> Sorry for the rush, but I need to get this sent in by mid-week, so please
> don't put this off.
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