apb at cequrux.com
Fri Mar 27 15:24:35 UTC 2015
Dear ICG Members,
I am sharing a message that the chairs of the CRISP Team sent to
the chairs of the names CWG. We ask the chairs of the CWG to
communicate directly with the chairs of the CRISP Team
if there are any proposals or developments that might affect
the numbers community.
memberof the ICG, and co-chair of CRISP Team.
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Subject: Request for Communication with CWG-Stewardship on Naming Related Functions
Date: Sun, 22 Mar 2015 13:57:55 +0900
From: Izumi Okutani <izumi at nic.ad.jp>
To: Jonathan Robinson <jrobinson at afilias.info>, Lise Fuhr <lise.fuhr at difo.dk>
CC: Alan Barrett <apb at cequrux.com>
Dear Jonathan and Lise,
I am writing to you as Chair of the Consolidated RIR IANA Stewardship Proposal (CRISP) team, responsible for preparation of the numbers community's response to the ICG's Request for Proposals.
It was helpful to have the update on the CWG for Naming Related Functions progress at the session in Singapore, including the revised timeline of the process proposed by the CWG-Names, with a CWG-Names proposal submission in June later this year. This revised timeline increases the need for collaborative and constructive work in the ICG as well as between all three stakeholder communities to progress efficiently with the timeline. We remain positive that a proposal satisfactory to all parties, can be produced through this process.
The ICG's decision to seek proposals from the three separate affected communities reflects the distinct needs, mechanisms and historical development of these three communities. At the same time, developing a proposal that satisfactorily addresses stewardship of all the IANA functions is a priority for all parties.
With this in mind, I would like to request that the Chairs of the CWG-Names communicate directly to the Chair and Vice-Chair of the CRISP team, regarding any proposals or developments that might affect the numbers community in advance, and not wait for the final submission to the ICG.
This level of direct communication and collaboration will allow all communities to consider the impact and potential compatibility issues among the proposals ahead of the ICG consolidation process, consult appropriately within their communities, and, if necessary, develop appropriate responses efficiently, rather than wait for inputs from the numbers community after the ICG consolidates proposal from all the operational communities. Such bottom-up consideration by all communities will be essential to the authority and success of any final proposal to the NTIA.
I look forward to hearing of your continued progress, and to work collaboratively with you to achieve a successful outcome for all, of the IANA Stewardship transition.
Izumi Okutani, Alan Barrett
CRISP Team Chair, Vice-Chair
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