[At-Large] [lac-discuss-en] Issues regarding the Lack of Accountability and Transparency in LACRALO
seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Fri Feb 19 02:50:16 UTC 2016
Honestly I am not sure I have good clarity yet on what ICANN staff would
have done differently (well except for the Ombudsman's response). I think
staff tries to provide information and facts as much as possible while
leaving it to the community to decide(which is the right thing to do in
We probably would have had issues as well if staff used veto over the
decision of LACRALO leadership, as certain level of independence is
Overall, I think this is a very delicate situation and we need to be
careful on how we handle this without giving the impression that we as a
community cannot resolve our challenges internally without relying on
staff. I think bullet point 2 of the document shared by Dave is a critical
thing we need to look at.
I am particularly concerned that this issue has lingered thus far. I
encourage the ALAC Chair to give this issue full priority(just incase this
hasn't happen), it's also something the ALT can take-up formerly pending
review of ALAC process.
On 19 Feb 2016 12:53 a.m., "Bill Silverstein" <icann-list at sorehands.com>
> How about a class action against ICANN for the damage they caused by
> overloading all our irony detectors?
> I am confused. How is can a organization founded upon lack of
> accountability and lack of transparency discuss standards for
> accountability and transparency?
> On Thu, February 18, 2016 2:25 pm, John R. Levine wrote:
> >>> 1. ....I am
> >>> afraid that this is currently been carried out within ICANN staff and I
> >>> cannot provide further details other than to say something is
> >>> happening.
> >> Does anyone other than myself find it ironic that a discussion of
> >> accountability and transparency is, itself, subject to a lack of both
> >> accountability and transparency?
> > This is ICANN. Our irony-o-meters burned out years ago.
> > R's,
> > John
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