[NA-Discuss] ¡Buenas fiestas y gracias!
aidanoblia at gmail.com
Tue Dec 31 02:33:41 UTC 2013
Estimado Oliver :
Su discurso realmente de un verdadero lider muestra un balance de
actividades favorable y una gran tarea y expectativas a futuro. Es una gran
tranquilidad estar respaldado por quien de lo que he podido apreciar
desempeña su tarea con solvencia y muy buen humor. Nos inspira a seguir
trabajando con muchas ganas en esta organización.
Me uno a la cadena de felicitaciones y buenos deseos para el año 2014 para
Ud y todos los integrantes de la ICANN, empleados y compañeros de trabajo
Feliz Año 2014 para todos !!!
2013/12/30 <h.raiche at internode.on.net>
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> Asunto: Re: Re: Re: ¡Buenas fiestas y gracias!
> De: h.raiche at internode.on.net
> Yo también no voy a hacer una más uno - Creo que todos apreciamos mucho
> la paciencia calma de Olivier y liderazgo que no siempre se gana o se
> merecía. Con eso, la paz, y un Feliz Año Nuevo a todos y cada uno
> El 31/12/2013, a las 6:57 AM, jjs escribió:
> > Hear, hear ye all, the praise Carlton has sung, and which Olivier so
> justly deserves.
> > And instead of just typing "+1", I will add that it takes confidence,
> fairness and humour to weather the storm of activity in the ALAC and
> At-Large: this too you have demonstrated, Olivier. Thank you.
> > I wish you all peace, good health and success in 2014!
> > Jean-Jacques.
> > -------- Message d'origine --------
> > De : Carlton Samuels <carlton.samuels at gmail.com>
> > Date : 30/12/2013 19:49 (GMT+01:00)
> > A : Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond <ocl at gih.com>
> > Cc : lac-discuss-en at atlarge-lists.icann.org,
> euro-discuss at atlarge-lists.icann.org,ICANN At-Large Staff <
> staff at atlarge.icann.org>,afri-discuss at atlarge-lists.icann.org,
> alac-announce at atlarge-lists.icann.org,apac-discuss at atlarge-lists.icann.org
> ,na-discuss at atlarge-lists.icann.org
> > Objet : Re: [EURO-Discuss] [lac-discuss-en] Happy Holidays and Thank You!
> > Dear Olivier:
> > It must also be said that the notice now being received by the At-Large
> > ICANN affairs is decidedly also a testament to the leadership of the
> > I for one would wish to record my own sense of the outstanding role you
> > play in this development as Chair - lead diplomat and delegate in chief
> > other areas of ICANN. Yours has been an arduous task, one that you have
> > accepted and worked with a diligence that makes some of us concerned for
> > your wellbeing.
> > Take a bow.
> > -Carlton
> > ==============================
> > Carlton A Samuels
> > Mobile: 876-818-1799
> > *Strategy, Planning, Governance, Assessment & Turnaround*
> > =============================
> > On Mon, Dec 30, 2013 at 11:08 AM, Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond <ocl at gih.com
> >> Dear members, staff, and friends,
> >> as we near the end of the calendar year, the traditional holiday season
> >> allows us to take a week where we can reflect on this year's past
> >> challenges and the ones we have ahead of us.
> >> Looking back at the year, I am really delighted with the advances this
> >> community has made. We now have active working groups with a very
> >> diverse membership. Some people take part in one or two working groups,
> >> or take part in regional activities, and they bring in the valuable
> >> diversity of input that is needed in a geographically balanced,
> >> bottom-up multi-stakeholder system. Others promote this community by
> >> performing outreach in fora outside of ICANN. Others work behind the
> >> scenes designing courses and capacity building for newcomers and for
> >> those members who are not yet taking an active part in this community.
> >> Some are very active in enhancing their RALO's capability at helping
> >> their members with understanding and taking part in ICANN processes.
> >> Some people are active in GNSO working groups. I could go on for a long
> >> time to explain all of the activities of this community. As ALAC Chair,
> >> I try to keep aware of all of the work that our members do for this
> >> community, but occasionally I am surprised by people who are taking part
> >> in an ICANN process but have not directly "advertised it" - such is the
> >> humbleness of some people in our community.
> >> When interacting with the Board and in other fora, I often receive
> >> congratulations from people who tell me that they are so pleased that
> >> At-Large has matured over the years. They are so pleased with the
> >> quality of the Statements that we draft and send to them. I tell them
> >> that this would not be possible without the great Team that I have on
> >> the ALAC and in the RALOs. So I wanted to thank you for the work you are
> >> doing as volunteers. It is truly inspirational to a lot of people in
> >> Next year is about to arrive and there are a lot more challenges coming
> >> up. Our work in Policy Development will continue to grow as we now need
> >> to expand our competencies beyond commenting on ICANN processes but also
> >> in Internet Governance as a whole and the defense of the
> >> multi-stakeholder model as practised in ICANN. I have concerns that a
> >> few people have done the majority of the work in "holding the pen" when
> >> drafting Statements - so I look forward to new volunteers adding to the
> >> list of writers. Remember, you could co-draft Statements and you do not
> >> need to be an ALAC member to be a pen-holder. Policy work is very
> >> important to improve ICANN as a whole and I am thankful that many in our
> >> community care enough to take the time to propose constructive comments
> >> to improve ICANN's processes.
> >> On Organisation building, there is a lot of ongoing work in Capacity
> >> Building. This is an integral part of building our community. Outreach
> >> brings more people and organisations in At-Large to share the workload
> >> among more people and to reach more parts of the world and more diverse
> >> communities. In-reach makes sure that our At-Large Structures are more
> >> actively involved. However, after three years as ALAC Chair, I am still
> >> not satisfied that we have done enough to help engage our At-Large
> >> Structures.
> >> Thankfully this year we will have the second ever At-Large Summit (ATLAS
> >> II) which will take place in London in June 2014. This is an opportunity
> >> for every At-Large Structure named delegate to experience an ICANN
> >> meeting but also to learn about the bottom-up multi-stakeholder process
> >> of governance. It is the opportunity for participants to meet face to
> >> face and discuss the challenges facing ICANN and this community. The
> >> Summit is being entirely prepared by At-Large Structures, for At-Large
> >> Structures. It is vital that our Capacity building programs continue to
> >> expand since without knowledge, it would be impossible for At-Large
> >> Structure representatives to engage more in policy work. Capacity
> >> building is the first step to involvement of Internet end users at all
> >> levels of policy - please make sure you make use of the ATLAS II
> >> opportunity to enhance your knowledge!
> >> With efforts on the way to make ICANN more accountable after the end of
> >> the second round of Accountability & Transparency Review (ATRT 2), it is
> >> also important to recognise that our community is taking steps to make
> >> the ALAC and At-Large more accountable. Whilst I am delighted to see a
> >> significant number of organizations having signed up as At-Large
> >> Structures, it is equally as important for our RALOs to check on the
> >> existence of their members and to report back to the ALAC if an
> >> organisation's status has changed. Equally, ALAC members, selected by
> >> their RALOs and by the Nominating Committee, should be effective in
> >> their position. Non participation is to let down the community that has
> >> chosen them to assume this position and puts an unfair workload on other
> >> ALAC representatives from the region. As ALAC Chair, I am therefore
> >> delighted to see that our community is looking at Metrics to more easily
> >> identify matters which need to be improved. These are all small but
> >> significant steps to make our community more effective and more
> >> answerable to Internet end users and to therefore continue to improve
> >> its legitimacy when bringing input into the ICANN processes.
> >> Our bottom-up multi-stakeholder model is not perfect and still needs
> >> much improvement but it is a work in progress! I am proud to be able to
> >> work with you all in what I consider to be a cutting-edge experiment in
> >> bottom-up governance. I am proud that so many of us are actively trying
> >> to make the model work, to find its limits and shortfalls, but also to
> >> find its force and its opportunities. Some days, the model works beyond
> >> my expectations - what a great surprise! Some days it fails miserably
> >> and we are then able to learn from our mistakes. You are pioneers and
> >> just being able to work with all of you has been an immensely rich
> >> experience. It is so unique, I don't believe there is any other process
> >> like it out there.
> >> And for this, I thank you all, volunteers and staff, and I send you my
> >> Best Wishes for the Holiday Season and for the New Year 2014. Prepare
> >> for an exciting year. Prepare for a lot of work. Prepare for a lot of
> >> rewards. Expect the unexpected, but never give up.
> >> Olivier MJ Crépin-Leblond
> >> ALAC Chair
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