[At-Large] Notice of Motion: update to ALAC advice on gTLDs
ajp at glocom.ac.jp
Mon Dec 19 12:10:47 UTC 2011
I think the recommendation to suspend the program
is wrong (Strickling is right :-)), yes I know
it's draft, however if you wish to go forward
with it and have the resolution taken seriously,
you (or at least Evan as the proposer of the
motion) should be specific in what is meant by
"public-interest" in this sentence:
"We request that implementation of the program be
suspended until necessary public-interest
modifications are implemented."
The gTLD program is specific, what needs to be
modified to remove these public-interest
concerns? Identify what needs to be addressed,
otherwise you're potentially creating an ever
At 12:13 AM +0100 12/19/11, Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond wrote:
>On 18/12/2011 23:45, Antony Van Couvering wrote :
>> I know that ALAC was set up to represent the
>>public interest, but I am unaware of any
>>evidence that it does.
>> In order to represent the public interest,
>>ALAC must first define what that is.
>Thank you for your suggestion. In the interest of the ALAC not wasting
>time on re-inventing the wheel, I may recommend some reading from
>scholars who have spent time studying the subject:
>If you'd prefer more legitimate reading material for the holiday break,
>I'd suggest a search for "the public interest" @ Amazon and you'll find
>a handful of books that treat the subject with all of the magnificence
>that the subject deserves.
>I encourage other At-Large members to share their reading list too.
>Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond, PhD
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