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[rpd] PDWG Co-Chairs Selection pursuant to Section 3.3 of CPM - Status @ 9 April 2021

Mirriam mirriamlauren at
Sat Apr 10 07:44:17 UTC 2021

Hi Sylvain,
I couldn't agree more that indeed the WG has precisely exercised openly how rough consensus works.
On Saturday, April 10, 2021, 10:11:20 AM GMT+3, Sylvain Baya <abscoco at> wrote:

Dear PDWG,
Please find my comment below...

Le sam. 10 avr. 2021 07:21, Daniel Yakmut via RPD <rpd at> a écrit :

Dear Jordi,

You can't say with outright affirmation that there were no objections, I have raised my reservations on the change of tenure in the middle of the process and that did not go down well with me. I am still not comfortable about it.

More so, I want to observe some candidates were practically muscled out of the race through technicalities to prepare way for the two "confirmed persons". Again, I hope we can sustain our actions in the future. I insist that we are coming out of this process with inconsistencies.

Hi Daniel,Thanks for your email, brother! are right, you expressed some issues.
It seems as i have already addressed all those here [1].
...even if you are still not satisfied; please note that all the issues, including yours,  were already addressed. Unless anyone has new issues to raise. So (you are welcome) if you have any new one, then please raise it right now; for the PDWG to try to address it early, in order to move forward and start to work on pending (ideas of) DPPs...i can simply observe that what we are seeing is a good example of how rough consensus works :-)
Yes! it also works well within this PDWG ;-)
Hope this clarifies something :-/
Thanks.__[1]: <>




On 09/04/2021 9:19 pm, JORDI PALET MARTINEZ via RPD wrote:



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