[NA-Discuss] Statement on 2011-2014 Strategic Plan / thanks for your input
evan at telly.org
Wed Jan 12 15:44:44 UTC 2011
I second Olivier's comments.
I would also like to give special thanks to Eric for his contributions. His
depth of understanding in some of the inner workings of ICANN has proven to
be an extremely valuable asset.
On 12 January 2011 07:57, Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond <ocl at gih.com> wrote:
> Dear North American RALO and RALO members,
> as you have read in a separate note, I have recently filed an At-Large
> Statement on behalf of the At-Large constituency about the 2011-2014
> Strategic Plan.
> On behalf of the ALAC Executive Committee, I wanted to thank you very
> much for feeding your regional input into the process.
> This year, the scheduling of comment period and all its process was
> changed by ICANN in order to give the At-Large community an earlier
> opportunity to be directly involved with the ICANN process.
> Unfortunately, this ended up running during the holiday period and we
> therefore had to work under pressure. Even with such a time pressure,
> the response we have had was very good.
> A lesson learned for next year is that we will leave more time for RALOs
> to bring their input and discuss it. In fact, you will notice that we
> have made a comment about this in our statement too.
> In the meantime, I wanted to congratulate North American RALO Leaders
> for their fast turn-around and At-Large Structures in the region for
> their response.
> It doesn't stop here.
> The information that the At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) uses to
> draft those Statements comes from you. Your involvement will therefore
> always be much appreciated and we therefore hope that you will continue
> being an active part in the process. If you have missed the chance to
> comment this time, we look forward to hearing from you the next time round.
> Warm regards,
> Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond
> ALAC Chair
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