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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)
vincent at ngundi.me.ke
Thu Feb 25 15:46:03 UTC 2021
On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 5:17 PM ALAIN AINA via RPD <rpd at afrinic.net> wrote:
> In the past when the policy development process faced unforeseen
> situations in appointing moderators group or co-cochairs, board has stepped
> in and appointed interims.
> These appointments even included community consensus led by board chair.
> In 2008
> In 2010
> Board has the ultimate and fiduciary responsibilities in making sure the
> RIR fulfill its role and in the best way...
I agree with Alain. The Board should guide us on the way forward,
especially given there's precedent.
> I would encourage board to act as it is clearer that the WG is unable to
> self-organize at this point.
> We have a bunch of experienced and trusted people, who have served in
> different role or are known to be capable.
> > On 21 Feb 2021, at 10:26, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ via RPD <rpd at afrinic.net>
> > Hi SM,
> > No, my question is not about the CPM/PDP text. I think it is clear for
> everybody the distinction there between "AFRINIC organization/membership"
> vs "AFRINIC community/PDWG".
> > My question is about the Board interpretation of the Article 11.4 of the
> bylaws. Is the Board understanding that they can (in urgent situations,
> such as the one we are facing) adopt policies only related to Resources or
> also policies that not being related to resources but modifying the PDP?
> > Regards,
> > Jordi
> > @jordipalet
> > El 21/2/21 11:10, "S. Moonesamy" <sm+af at afrinic.net> escribió:
> > Dear Mr Palet,
> > At 12:28 AM 21-02-2021, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ via board wrote:
> >> I've asked the board (copied again, because we didn't get a
> >> response), to confirm if their interpretation of Article 11.4 will
> >> allow that. Can the Board please confirm?
> > There is the following in the Policy Development Process: "Internet
> > number resource policies are distinctly separate from AfriNIC general
> > business practices and procedures. General business practices and
> > procedures are not within the purview of the Policy Development
> > Process." Was your question related to Internet number resource
> > Regards,
> > S. Moonesamy
> > Board Chair, AFRINIC
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