avri at acm.org
Thu Jan 24 15:00:47 UTC 2013
Currently ALAC is in the process of picking its candidates for the ATRT2. I am wondering, to what extent is the vetting public on the At-Large list. A sub-committee has done what appears to be a good job in vetting several candidates for consideration and the ALAC appears ready to vote.
To what extent has the At-Large, whose view these candidates need to represent, be given a voice in the matter. How much do those who us who are responsible for ALS support of ICANN know about what is going on? In this case have even the RALOs been involved in this critical choice? Will they be?
For those who don't know, the Accountability and Transparency Review Team (ATRT) are a critical components of ICANN credibility as a multistakeholder organization. Is there any At-Large accountability and transparency transparency in ALACs preparations for ATRT2? Have I missed the discussion on this list? Or on the RALO lists?
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