[NA-Discuss] VOTE RESULTS: 2013 NARALO Secretary Selection
gbruen at knujon.com
Mon Jul 22 16:15:10 UTC 2013
Thanks for the comment. Our elections are critical and getting them right is
even more important.
As far as reporting goes I would like to draw your attention to this
document: http://www.knujon.com/icann_compliance_2012.pdf which shows that
ICANN's internal compliance function is essentially non-functional
regardless of recently published data by ICANN. This was a follow up to a
report sent directly to the CEO
) which has not been responded to.
ICANN is failing the public At-Large and won't discuss these core concerns,
has been completely silent on them. I think you can help by raising your
voice to ask about them as well from within our community.
There is a very long report log here:
Workspace which is being constantly updated by At-Large representatives,
even remote ones. Working groups regularly give reports on our monthly
calls. We'd love to have you come on and give your perspective, let me know.
So, it's not really a question of reporting from At-Large, it's more of a
question of why we have to leave our families and travel thousands of miles
just to be ignored by ICANN. It's really not that much fun. If the problems
could be solved and questions answered, we wouldn't have to go at all.
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Subject: Re: [NA-Discuss] VOTE RESULTS: 2013 NARALO Secretary Selection
I wish as much time, energy and effort had gone into informing us about the
meeting you were paid as our representatives to attend last week in Durban
as has been out into bickering about voting procedures.
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On Jul 21, 2013, at 7:19 PM, Alan Greenberg <alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca>
> I presume that by "incumbent" you mean people in office such as the ALAC
members or ALAC Chair (usually it is used referring to the person who is in
office but is in a contested election).
> I guess our experiences are different. Certainly someone who is part of a
current organization is familiar with the others who may be in a contested
election. But KNOW is definitely not the same as TRUST and not infrequently
KNOW is synonymous with wanting someone new. (And I am not implying anything
about the people in the current election).
> At 21/07/2013 02:34 PM, toml at communisphere.com wrote:
>> What I am trying to say is that incumbents will better know and trust a
known player. Amopholy (sp?), might describe the human response that Option
4 draws upon. There are both good and bad associated with this. Random is
>> T9m Lowenhaupt
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