Wolf Ludwig wolf.ludwig at comunica-ch.net
Thu May 3 09:39:38 EDT 2007

Hi all,

sorry, but I cannot make it for the suggested Tel-Conf. neither -- 
and I do not understand the sense of such a Tel-Conf. when/where most of
the people concerned, or a vast majority, cannot participate and contribute?

Referring to some remarks about deadlines, according to my understanding
it was Annette's proposal in her Mail from 20.04.07 we agreed on which was 
backed by Vittorio's Mail from 25.04.07 (copies below)!


[EURO-Discuss] Nominations - update 
Von: Annette Muehlberg <annette.muehlberg at web.de> 
An: Discussion for At-Large Europe <euro-discuss at atlarge-lists.icann.org> 
Datum: 20/04/2007 18:45:37 

I think, to choose ALAC members first is a good procedure.

Concerning the nomination period, I think we should try to do our best 
to come up with proposals until this sunday 22nd and start the 
discussion. If someone comes up with another proposal in the following 
week on ALAC and even some days later with another proposal for a board 
member, this is fine too.

What do you think about the following schedule: ...

[EURO-Discuss] Nominations - update II 
Von: Vittorio Bertola <vb at bertola.eu> 
An: Discussion for At-Large Europe <euro-discuss at atlarge-lists.icann.org> 
Datum: 25/04/2007 13:57:48 


For the rest, I would follow Annette's suggestion and start the 
discussion on the two slates of candidates and on the number of Board 
members. In the revised schedule, voting was expected to start on April 
29th but let's see how the discussion goes - if the discussion is still 
alive and productive, I'm also fine with waiting until May 5th for the vote.

Nick Ashton-Hart wrote Thu, 3 May 2007 11:53:
>>From the email replies sent to the list, this time and date were the
>best - more people could do this time and date than any of the others
>- which is why we set it that way.
>If nobody else will propose an agenda, what I would suggest as a draft is:
>1) Discuss and agree the list of candidates - including whether or not
>to include candidates who were proposed after the deadline.
>2) Discuss and agree the total number of board seats for this election cycle.
>3) Discuss and agree the length of the voting, the start date, and the
>provisional list of voters and the number of days for ALSes not on the
>call to provide their authorised voter.
>We would then bring the results of these items back to the list, not
>for review, but as decisions.
>I will put this up on the Wiki as the *DRAFT* agenda which all ALSes
>may then edit or extend - so we have something to start from.
>On 03/05/07, Annette Muehlberg <annette.muehlberg at web.de> wrote:
>> All,
>> concerning the tel conf tomorrow: Many people said they cannot take part (myself offered a different time, one and a half hours earlier). Rudi and myself asked what it is about, as no one proposed an agenda yet. I proposed to discuss all issues online. I guess, the best is, that those who actually have the chance in taking part come up with a proposal for procedure which will be presented to all of us online.
>> best
>> annette
>> Rudi Vansnick schrieb:
>> > This fits for me ... if at least we will have a clear agenda and no
>> > discussions about what is NOT written/signed in MoU and Bylaws.
>> >
>> > Rudi Vansnick
>> > Chair ISOC Belgium
>> >
>> >
>> >
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