[NA-Discuss] Dotless domains
rguerra at privaterra.org
Mon Jun 10 15:49:15 UTC 2013
There are 3 of not more SSAC members on the ICANN board, as such - I believe - advisories are taken seriously.
However, as you mention there are other drivers in their discussions, as such ALAC's support of SSAC053 and other advisories is much appreciated and very strategic.
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On 2013-06-10, at 11:32 AM, Evan Leibovitch wrote:
> Eric, I would agree that the Board already has good advice from the SSAC.
> However, it appears that the Board, having received this advice, may not be
> following it. There may be value in the ALAC being vocally supportive of
> the SSAC work -- without re-inventing it -- and informing the Board that in
> ALAC's view going against SSAC053 is against the public interest.
> If the Board had fully heeded its AC's advice we would not be having this
> discussion, and the Board would have trusted the SSAC advice rather than
> needing third-party consultation and evaluation. At very least it would
> have deferred the issue until the current round has been delegated (which
> is what my original point was about).
> On 10 June 2013 11:19, Eric Brunner-Williams <ebw at abenaki.wabanaki.net>wrote:
>> I suggest that the first issue to consider is whether the Board is in
>> possession of the best advice on the subject from some other AC, and
>> if so, is further advice from another AC, ALAC in particular, can in
>> fact inform the Board.
>> In my view, the Board already has the best advice on the subject from
>> an AC and no communication from another AC can in fact inform an
>> already informed Board.
>> Eric Brunner-Williams
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