Re: [alac] WHOIS impact review: Some proposed changes.
This works for me. Although I had also recommended non-enforcement, I understand Thomas's preference for enforceable, better, rules. I also second Vittorio's recommendation of a "no objection" period. My being on vacation should simply mean I lose my opportunity to object if I miss the deadline, but shouldn't hold up commitee work. --Wendy On Tue, 18 Feb 2003, Vittorio Bertola wrote: > On Mon, 17 Feb 2003 22:49:01 +0100, you wrote: > > >I'm attaching a slightly revised version of the impact review. > >Changes are limited to the conclusion, and are marked by > >overstriking and underlining in the attached version of the > >document. > > Fine for me. DNSO has just announced that the public comment period is > closed, but I guess we're not subject to that. However, we should > submit the comment as soon as possible, if no one objects. > > As a matter of method, I think that rather than calling formal votes > on these submissions (and thus having Denise hunt all of us to get our > votes) we could simply have a "no objection period" - once the last > draft of a document has been published and no objections are raised > for, say, 72 hours (or less or more according to urgency), we can > consider the document approved. But if anyone would like to go for > more formal procedures, that would be fine for me as well. >