[Internal-cg] Trouble with the bylaws-coord list
kavouss.arasteh at gmail.com
Sat Apr 2 06:46:50 UTC 2016
Thank you very much for the message
I had the same opinion but when I share it with another colleague
He reminded me that from the date that the proceeding of House sub- committee called the transition of stewardship from USG to Global Multistakeholder Community "privatisation of ICANN" most if the things become private issue and the community is PRACTICALLY OUT.
Individual from private sector holding many positions in all little group the structure of which was never disclosed nor discussed.
It is a pity that even the nominal label of Multistakeholder is begins to dusappear
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> On 1 Apr 2016, at 18:46, Mueller, Milton L <milton at gatech.edu> wrote:
> Nominally, I have been put on the bylaws coordination list as an ICG member providing liaison and oversight. However, someone (not sure who, probably ICANN staff) is taking a very restrictive approach to this bylaws drafting process. As far as I can tell, I have no posting privileges on the list. Moreover, I cannot even see the archives of the list and apparently no one else can without a password. I have requested a password to enable viewing the archives several days ago and there has been no response.
> The posting restrictions are simply absurdly inefficient. The drafting group needs feedback and what sense does it make to prevent list participants from immediately commenting upon drafts or questions sent to the list?
> I do not think this is appropriate. Can our chairs make some inquiries and get these restrictions removed?
> Dr. Milton L. Mueller
> Professor, School of Public Policy
> Georgia Institute of Technology
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> Internal-cg at mm.ianacg.org
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