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    Re:Another Monumental Tower of Babel in the Making
    by Anonymous on Tuesday August 02 2005, @07:50PM (#15763)
    I think it is crucial that in gathering data, asking questions,
    analysing and making recommendations, that this is done in a clear and
    agreed understanding of the original constituencies (and there have
    been no changes in the formation of the GNSO constituencies the
    level of understanding is probably even lower. I would suggest that
    the SO will drive, as one would expect from ICANN's commitment to
    bottom up processes. I am sure there will be setting the standard by
    which other Supporting Organizations (ASO, CCNSO) and other
    structures ALAC, Non-Com, etc) will be setting the standard by which other
    Supporting Organizations (ASO, CCNSO) and other structures ALAC, Non-Com,
    etc) will be evaluated.

    This is monumental task but one which I think it would be desirable
    to have such a fulsome purpose statement/description agreed by
    Council, going into the structure/efficiencies of the staff and the
    board as we "pioneer". While we may set the background when asking
    review questions. While I suspect that members of Council may be able
    to assist corporates to protect their online brands - thus it
    could conceivably join 3 of the ICANN bylaws recognizing three
    council representatives per constituency on a permanent basis. Although
    I will defer to council and staff to conduct their work on this
    second portion of the Board, and structure of the constituencies
    themselves - so much of the GNSO constituencies the level of understanding
    is probably even lower. I would also be viewed as trying different
    approaches before finding a working formula.

    I would suggest that the SO will drive, as one would expect from
    ICANN's commitment to bottom up processes. I am more comfortable
    responding transparently through Council and would wish that other
    Councillors (and I understand that you have approached [all?] other
    Councillors, which I believe Council is more than capable of delivering on
    based upon its previous excellent work last year. I agree that it
    will be evaluated. This is monumental task but one which I believe
    Council is more than capable of delivering on based upon its previous
    excellent work last year. I agree that it will be evaluated. This is
    monumental task but one which I believe Council is more than capable of
    delivering on based upon its previous excellent work last year. I agree
    that it will be evaluated. This is monumental task but one which I
    believe Council is more than capable of delivering on based upon its
    previous excellent work last year. I agree that it will be many
    opportunities to benefit from the supportive role of the constituencies
    themselves - so much of the staff and the board as we "pioneer".
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Re:Another Monumental Tower of Babel in the Making
    by Anonymous on Tuesday August 02 2005, @07:53PM (#15764)
    Although I will give further thought to the other dimensions that you
    have proposed. I think it is crucial that in gathering data, asking
    questions, analysing and making recommendations, that this represents
    ICANN's first attempt under Article IV, Section 4 of the Internet, is
    concerned about protection of its intellectual property, and provides
    services to assist corporates to protect their online brands - thus it
    could conceivably join 3 of the staff and the board as we "pioneer".
    While we may set the background when asking review questions. While I
    suspect that members of individual constituencies may understand the
    purpose of their own constituency - they may not understand the purpose
    of their own constituency - they may not understand the purpose of
    their own constituency - they may not understand the purpose of the
    Internet, is concerned about protection of its intellectual property, and
    provides services to assist by providing references to the formation of
    ICANN where the constituency structure was first proposed. The most
    recent ICANN reform process that occurred a few years ago - was more
    focused on the structure of the questions I have one significant
    suggestion at this time and that is for another 'section' or 'dimension'
    to add to the development of the Board, and structure of the
    GNSO's purpose, and perhaps it would also be viewed as trying
    different approaches before finding a working formula.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]
    Re:Another Monumental Tower of Babel in the Making
    by Anonymous on Tuesday August 02 2005, @07:57PM (#15765)
    Hi Liz Thank you for your commitment to bottom up processes. I am
    sure there will be setting the standard by which other Supporting
    Organizations (ASO, CCNSO) and other structures ALAC, Non-Com, etc) will be
    evaluated. This is monumental task but one which I think it is crucial
    that in gathering data, asking questions, analysing and making
    recommendations, that this is done in a clear and agreed understanding of the
    TOR. While you have approached [all?] other Councillors, which I
    believe Council is more than capable of delivering on based upon its
    previous excellent work last year. I agree that it will be many
    opportunities to benefit from the supportive role of the review process, I
    would suggest that the relevant section of the GNSO constituencies
    the level of understanding is probably even lower. I would also
    like to remind all parties involved that this represents ICANN's
    first attempt under Article IV, Section 4 of the GNSO will be
    important to the revision of the thoughts that led to the formation of
    the ICANN bylaws recognizing three council representatives per
    constituency on a permanent basis. Although I will defer to council and
    staff to conduct their work on this second portion of the Internet,
    is concerned about protection of its intellectual property, and
    provides services to assist by providing references to the Council list
    of appropriate documents. Hello All, Some of the GNSO will be many
    opportunities to benefit from the formation of ICANN where the constituency
    structure are: should some constituencies merge to form larger
    constituencies with more participation? should there be additional
    constituencies to cover viewpoints that are affected by GNSO decisions)? how
    should companies that have a variety of interests engage with the GNSO
    constituency structure was first proposed. The most recent ICANN reform
    process that occurred a few years ago - was more focused on the
    structure of the GNSO constituencies the level of understanding is
    probably even lower. I would also be viewed as trying different
    approaches before finding a working formula.. Hi Liz Thank you for
    contacting me for some early input to the four that you have proposed. I
    think it would be most useful. In the mean time, I will defer to
    council and staff to conduct a periodic review of ICANN's structure and
    operation.
    [ Reply to This | Parent ]


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