[APAC-Discuss] Friendly reminder - APAC Hub Pilot framework
yannis at registry.asia
Sun Aug 31 09:55:56 UTC 2014
Weren’t able to comment on the wiki page due to some tech problem with my account.
But just want to echo with the previous comments that I am in support with the direction of the current framework.
1. Language and Communication
Agree with Maureen that a better co-ordination plan among ALSes on the translation part is needed to reduce the duplication of effort. In the long-run, it shall be important to establish a better knowledge management mechanism within our RALO.
2. Capacity Building
To better outline a series of webinars, think we could do another similar survey as ATLAS II to understand the needs of our ALSes. On the other hand, new ALSes often may face difficulties in engaging at the beginning when they join, wonder if some sort of buddy program within our RALO or dedicate some responsibles to sort of guide them through would be useful.
For the outreach part, agree with Ali that a mapping of the current demographics of the ALSes within APRALO would be helpful in further prioritising the outreach targets. And since we have started to accept individual membership, I think it’s also
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On 27 Aug, 2014, at 9:44 am, Kelvin Wong <kelvin.wong at icann.org> wrote:
Thanks Maureen. Yes, please feel free to contribute your comments to the
overall framework, and/or specific initiatives/action items. Thank you
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On 8/27/14 12:48 AM, "Maureen Hilyard" <hilyard at oyster.net.ck> wrote:
> Greetings APRALO members
> A friendly reminder that Kelvin is awaiting any further feedback from our
> ALSes on the APAC Hub Pilot Framework which was discussed in London.
> Although we have contributed our group recommendations, there is an
> opportunity for further comments in the workspace until AUGUST 31. The
> to the workspace is:
> I note that there are not too many APRALO members going to the IGF in
> Istanbul, but I wish those who will be representing our region at this
> an enjoyable and productive meeting.
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