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RE: [gnso-osc] OSC - Constituency Operations Team Draft Charter - Clean and Redline

  • To: "Robert Hoggarth" <robert.hoggarth@xxxxxxxxx>, <gnso-osc@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: RE: [gnso-osc] OSC - Constituency Operations Team Draft Charter - Clean and Redline
  • From: "Gomes, Chuck" <cgomes@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Dec 2008 16:17:54 -0500

Thanks Rob.  Don't know what is going on with your redlines but there is
nothing after the title for Section II.
My comments are very similar to the ones I sent for the Communications
Work Team.
At the end of Section II, item 7 says, "The chair of the team should be
someone from the associated steering committing."  Where did this come
from?  I have no particular objection to someone from the OSC being
chair, but I see no reason to have that restriction.
Under Decision Making, I am not sure "full consensus of the members"
process" will work for work teams, but I am comfortable with the work
teams making a recommendation in that regard.  I suggesst we leave Rob's
comment in the draft as guidance for the work team.
Finally, I suggest we add a section called something like "Work Team
Rules" and include the rules we have been using for WGs to the extent
that they fit.
We can discuss the above in our meeting Monday.


        From: owner-gnso-osc@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-gnso-osc@xxxxxxxxx]
On Behalf Of Robert Hoggarth
        Sent: Friday, December 12, 2008 12:42 PM
        To: gnso-osc@xxxxxxxxx
        Subject: [gnso-osc] OSC - Constituency Operations Team Draft
Charter - Clean and Redline
        Dear OSC Members:
        As promised in my previous message, attached please find the
clean and red-lined versions of the Draft Charter of the Constituency
Operations Team.  Note that the draft charter refers to it as the
Stakeholder Group and Constituency Operations Team to reflect language
in the present draft of the OSC Charter.  Discussion of the appropriate
jurisdiction of this team during an upcoming meeting will likely be
        Rob Hoggarth 

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