Module 3, section 3.2
How does the "legal right" DRP substantively differ from the "community objections" DRP?
Commentary. The proposed process for the "legal right" DRP appears to have a proposed cost two orders of magnitude less than the proposed cost for the proposed process for "community objections" DRP. The choice of proposed vendors may explain a difference in pricing, but if the underlying process is not two orders of magnitude different in complexity, than the difference in cost has no justification other than the vendor choice.
If th "legal right" DRP involves forming judgements on questions of "substantal" (opposition) and "likelihood" (detriment), how is two orders of magnitude of cost difference commercially reasonable for the cost of forming similar judgements for "community objections"?
Eric Brunner-Williams CTO, CORE