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[AfriNIC-rpd] Call for Comments: Draft Minutes of Public Policy Meeting during AfriNIC-15 in Yaounde

Vincent Ngundi vincent at
Thu Jan 12 10:17:56 UTC 2012

> In substance what I said is that same comments before a face to face meeting 
> where consensus is reached can't be of the same weight during the last call. 
> If consensus is declared after discussion at the face to face meeting, only 
> NEW and major arguments/issues should stop a policy during the last call. The 
> last call period should be as straight forward as possible, and not another 
> round to re-discuss the whole policy with points already raised and discussed 
> (or not) before the face to face meeting. 
> Discussions and comments before + during face to face meeting should weight 
> more than comments during lats call. Doing that we push people to raise their
> point before or during the face to face meeting where consensus will be sought.
> We should be clear about when to close the loop, and it is in my sense the 
> responsibility of the PDWG co-chairs to ensure that. 

I support this otherwise we may end up with an endless loop and loose the benefits of the intended resultant policy.



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