Re: [gnso-raa-dt] Motion for GNSO acceptance of the charter.
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- Subject: Re: [gnso-raa-dt] Motion for GNSO acceptance of the charter.
- From: Avri Doria <avri@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2009 17:23:53 -0400
I changed the wording in the shorter form that Steve suggested.
Apologies for the error. I know better but just wasn't thinking.
On 27 Aug 2009, at 17:18, Carlton Samuels wrote:
Might I suggest this small change?
On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 12:16 PM, Avri Doria <avri@xxxxxxx> wrote:
the following is the draft of the motion i am proposing.
Please send comments as soon as possible. I have already entered it
into the motions list and want to send it to the Council in the next
Of course there will a week in which amendments, friendly or
otherwise can be made, but I would like to get some buy in from this
group if possible.
Apologies for the last minute request.
Motion on joint ALAC/GNSO Drafting team
Proposed by Avri Doria
On March 4 2009 (Resolution 20090304-2)the GNSO council committed to
"drafting a registrant rights charter" in cooperation with the ALAC
As part of the same resolution (20090304-2) the GNSO council
committed to creating a "drafting Team to discuss further amendments
to the RAA and to identify those on which further action may be
The GNSO accepts the charter defined in (insert URL) with the
deliverables and milestones as set out in that charter and invites
the ALAC to participate as a partner in this effort.
Further once the charter has been accepted by both the GNSO and
ALAC, the group, at its first joint meeting, will pick a pair of
coordinators, one each from the At-Large Community and the GNSO. The
chairs of the ALAC and the GNSO will be responsible for convening
the first meeting of the group and for putting out the call for
volunteers from their respective communities.
While waiting for the chartered group to be officially formed, the
team responsible for creating the charter will continue the work
already begun by the ICANN Policy Staff (insert url) on the
documentation of the current set of Registrants' rights.