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RE: [alac] DRAFT Request for Issues Report

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  • Subject: RE: [alac] DRAFT Request for Issues Report
  • From: "sricciardi" <sricciardi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2006 11:25:01 -0300

OK. It is great to hear that our chair is in touch with GNSO council chair.
Maybe we could know the status of those conversations?

I still think we are confusing Issues report and Briefing here.


-----Mensaje original-----
De: Vittorio Bertola [mailto:vb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Enviado el: Miércoles, 05 de Julio de 2006 11:18 a.m.
Para: sricciardi
CC: alac@xxxxxxxxx
Asunto: Re: [alac] DRAFT Request for Issues Report

sricciardi ha scritto:
> Jacqueline is talking about a BRIEFING, which is, in many ways, 
> different from an Issues Report: An Issues Report is NOT a briefing, and 
> is a serious step in the GNSO Policy Development Process. If we feel 
> that such a process is necessary, then we better talk with the GNSO and 
> see what is the best way to handle this, following the usual procedures 
> and Bylaws requirements.

Actually, Annette already wrote that she is in touch with Bruce Tonkin 
and she'll ask for an opinion on this idea. As the Issues Report doesn't 
necessarily force the PDP, I would go for it, unless we really get a 
negative reaction from Bruce and other GNSO people (did anyone ask Avri, 
for example?)

At the same time, I agree that the GNSO already has other things on the 
agenda; so I would not assume that, after having got the report, we 
should immediately ask for the PDP. But, at least, we'll have put the 
issue on the agenda.
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