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[rpd] End of Last call
lucillafornarosawamoto at gmail.com
Fri Oct 9 01:25:40 UTC 2020
I am very disappointed to read all these passive-aggressive insults among
the members and towards the co-chairs. None of us is a fan at a concert,
and most importantly the community should be happy (and not intimidated) to
see higher engagement from "newbies" members as well.
Section 3.5(2) of the CPM explicitly declares that the appeal and
disagreement must be made within 14 days from the date of the chair’s
public decision. Any sort of appeal or complaint now is to be considered
invalid. Co-chairs followed the procedure performing their administrative
function within the scope of the CPM.
Furthermore, the CPM is meant to give the community a procedure to follow
to get over the impasse. We should always follow the procedures stated in
the CPM, not only when it is more convenient for us.
Il giorno ven 9 ott 2020 alle ore 08:16 Wijdane Goubi <
goubi.wijdane at gmail.com> ha scritto:
> Hello all,
> First of all, I’d like to thank the co-chairs for the enormous effort they
> did and are still doing to manage the pdp. They are being underestimated
> for all the good voluntary job they’ve done so far.
> As said before, the stability of the region is primordial and whoever
> cares about the interest of the African region cares to implement this
> policy as soon as possible. The process has been followed from A to Z and
> it is only normal to end the last call and pass the policies that deserve
> to be passed.
> Besides this, you can’t demand people to behave according to the CPM when
> you’re not doing it yourself. Any appeal or objection now is deemed invalid
> so let’s move on and focus on how to improve the region even more. This is
> one step ahead but there can be several ones. So let us stop wasting time
> fighting and spend more of it working forward.
> Le ven. 9 oct. 2020 à 00:19, Daniel Yakmut via RPD <rpd at afrinic.net> a
> écrit :
>> If the entire discussion is laced with clues pls unveil them. I don't
>> have to go treasure hunting, when there is none.
>> For now I am clueless on what you really want to achieve.
>> On Oct 8, 2020 11:06 PM, "Noah" <noah at neo.co.tz> wrote:
>> On Fri, Oct 9, 2020 at 12:55 AM Daniel Yakmut <yakmutd at googlemail.com>
>>> Dear Noah/ all
>>> I hope you avail yourself to be a co-chair at the next available
>>> opportunity and we will see how you will act and how long you will survive
>>> our onslaught.
>> I would do a very simple voluntary role of following the PDP rather than
>> countlessly ignore working group concerns and err repeatedly in hope that
>> folk wont hold co-chairs accountable.
>>> That aside, the Co-chairs are not zombies
>> Very funny you say that....
>> so we should expect them to do some thinking and carry out decisions. So
>>> they have acted within the guiding framework of our documents.
>> So you think....
>>> Similarly, as much as some oppose every action of the Co-chairs as been
>>> informed bad faith. We have several others and overwhelming in number that
>>> are with the Co-chairs and believe their actions are for the best interest
>>> of the community.
>> We are not here for the best interest of the community because some
>> interests can be harmful to the community. So save us that rhetoric.
>> We are here to follow the PDP and collaborate within its scope.
>> So you cannot flatly conclude that they don't have the interest of the
>> Three words for you.... "Policy Development Process".
>>> It could also be argued that you and others with similar views are anti
>>> the community, from the sustain oppositions on this matter. Again let us
>>> act on issues divulge of sentiments.
>> I hear anti-community, you really don't have a clue, do you.?
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