[gnso-vi-feb10] call for agenda items
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- Subject: [gnso-vi-feb10] call for agenda items
- From: "Mike O'Connor" <mike@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2010 07:49:35 -0500
here's a preview of the agenda for the call next Monday -- and a call for any
crucial items that i may have missed.
in overview, this call will be pretty heavily weighted toward content and
hardly any process. i'm always navigating between the camps who want more
content vs those who want to know where we're going. i strayed pretty far in
the process direction last week and received some bracing negative feedback.
-- hear from proposal advocates
this week we'll spend the bulk of the call hearing from all proposal-advocates.
we'll take an hour of the call and split it evenly between all advocates who
want to talk. so you advocate type people, think in terms of roughly 10
minutes each which you can spend any way you want.
-- possibly-maybe hear from the economists
this is another hold over from earlier agendas. Roberto and i agreed that it
would be helpful to provide the WG the opportunity to ask questions of the
folks who wrote the report. we're not sure whether we can get them on the
call, but it we can we'll drop them into the agenda this week or next.
-- talk about evaluation criteria
we've got a great turn out for the Evaluation Team, so we'll spend about 15
minutes having a conversation about evaluation criteria to kick them off. we
are thinking that the first job of (the as-yet unnamed) evaluation team should
be to spend a week or two focused on refining evaluation criteria. this
doesn't mean that the rest of us don't get to provide input, only that they
will do the heavy lifting and make sure that we've got a workable draft. so we
may want to have a bit of conversation on the list prior to the call, but we'll
spend some of our time having a conversation about this.
that's it. all content, all the time. :-)
do people have any other items they'd like to see on the agenda?
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