RE: [gnso-raa-dt] Charter of rights - "wish list"
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- Subject: RE: [gnso-raa-dt] Charter of rights - "wish list"
- From: Alan Greenberg <alan.greenberg@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 03 Aug 2009 18:24:29 -0400
Tim, I understand what you are saying, but that does not seem to be a
universal position, as discussed at the very end of the meeting
today. There is a perception that the "Charter of Rights" activity
(not the RAA process for which Steve is drafting a charter) should
include two components, the existing rights (based on the work that
Margie did) and a "What rights should be document" (in line with the
more traditional definition of a Charter of Rights). It is that
latter document that I was referring to.
At 03/08/2009 05:52 PM, Tim Ruiz wrote:
Alan, that is why these efforts should be separate. Creating a postable
charter based on existing rights/responsibilities could be a relatively
quick endeavor. Discussions of *wish lists* is another matter entirely.
The discussion on changes to the RAA that various parties would like to
see should be an effort of its own. If there is a new registrant right
or responsibility someone would like to see, or one that someone would
like to change, it should be brought up in the RAA discussion group. But
as I suggested, I think there should be a limited number of stakeholder
*representatives* involved in this group who would bring such items to
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Subject: [gnso-raa-dt] Charter of rights - "wish list"
From: Alan Greenberg <alan.greenberg@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, August 03, 2009 3:10 pm
I have some trouble understanding how we will arrive at the wish-list
part of the charter development.
Is this just going to be the registrant/users who develop it, or will
this need to be done in conjunction with the registrars?
If the latter, it sounds like it is replicating work that will need
to be done by the future RAA working group (or whatever mechanism is
used), and it also pre-supposes that the registrars are agreeing to
such future rights in advance of the actual discussion/negotiation.