[NA-Discuss] NCUC meeting/Toronto/digital archery

Cintra Sooknanan cintra.sooknanan at gmail.com
Wed Jun 20 15:18:28 UTC 2012

I think it is pertinent to schedule this discussion and I agree there is
merit in discussing DA- Not only does this go toward the mechanism that the
applications are chosen for the first round but also the lack of principles
(including consensus, transparency and consultation) in its implementation.

Maybe it does not seem of high priority, and the argument is not that it is
done but rather how it is done.
The safeguarding of principles (above) warrant that we should be seriously



On Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 5:37 PM, Evan Leibovitch <evan at telly.org> wrote:

> On 19 June 2012 17:01, Avri Doria <avri at ella.com> wrote:
> > As a member of both groups, i think we have to find a way to stop
> thinking
> > the worst of each other.
> >
> I wouldn't still be liaison if I didn't see continuing value.
> There are certainly issues on which concrete co-ordination pays visible
> dividends. As a recent good example, I believe that we helped each other on
> the IOC/RedCross issue in San Jose. Efforts like that are ALWAYS
> worthwhile. And Robin has asked that the R3 document, IDNs and joint
> outreach are part of the joint agenda. These are all worthwhile issues and
> I can see at least two of them leading to constructive, valuable,
> identifiable outcomes.
> I'm just saying (and I think Darlene agreed) that we ought to actively
> avoid issues upon which we might agree, but that may not easily lead to
> real action. IMO digital archery is one of those issues, and thus should be
> lower on the joint priority list than others on which we can identify
> concrete followups.
> As it is, it is making my DID, aka MPD or DSM IV  300.14, flair.
> >
> Dare I ask?
> - Evan
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