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[rpd] Selecting WG Co-Chairs: Was Re: Can a Consensual Decision of the PDWG Violate the PDP? (was: Report from Recall Committee)
owen at delong.com
Sat Feb 20 07:35:50 UTC 2021
I think that is a dangerous interpretation… Even though someone may not have posted directly on the
list or spoken at the microphone, they may have engaged in hallway discussions and private email
exchanges with others who participate actively.
In fact, some organizations require that only one person speak with the public voice, but that does
not mean that the other people from the organization who have influenced that one voice did not
> On Feb 19, 2021, at 1:57 AM, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ via RPD <rpd at afrinic.net> wrote:
> Passive RPD list subscribers, in my opinion, as I already indicated in the summary, has a solution:
> as per Section 3.3:
> “Anyone may participate via the Internet or in person. PDWG work is carried out through the Resource Policy Discussion mailing list (rpd at afrinic.net <mailto:rpd at afrinic.net>) and the bi-annual AFRINIC Public Policy Meetings (PPM). Any person, participating either in person or remotely, is considered to be part of the Policy Development Working Group.”
> There may be some exceptions to the closure of the electoral census, if we consider this part of the text “Any person, participating”. The PDP is not clear about if registered participants who are not participating actively (in discussions in the RPD or having participated in the mic of the previous meeting), is actually considered to be part of the PDWG. The actual text could be perfectly understood as “if you haven’t participated in discussions, showing your opinions, you’re still not a validated full member”. This could also help to avoid what we can name as “bogus voters” and at the same time, facilitate that if any new real person has joined to the RPD and participated in the discussions after the previous electoral census closure, can justify as well his/her inclusion in the electoral census.
> El 19/2/21 10:28, "Noah" <noah at neo.co.tz <mailto:noah at neo.co.tz>> escribió:
> Hi Mark,
> On Fri, Feb 19, 2021 at 12:05 PM Mark Elkins <mje at posix.co.za <mailto:mje at posix.co.za>> wrote:
>> Ask the NomCom to ask for volunteers. Just use the templates from 2020. Have an initial cut-off after seven days.
> The template could do with some new fresh ideas reference to criteria ....imho
>> We also need to have a system on deciding who is in for a short term and who is in for a longer term. Voting may be the simplest method (as this will all be done remotely).
> Since the PDWG and its participants operate by participation, we should also give a chance to rough consensus/consensus after all voting itself is not defined in the CPM though it has been a practice in recent years.
> Btw, the rpd list has subscribers who passive and are not necessarily participating in PDWG discussions. What do we think of this?
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