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[rpd] Policy Development Working Group co-Chairs selection
noah at neo.co.tz
Sun Apr 11 08:54:29 UTC 2021
Welcome (never interacted with you before) to the RPD list and the PDWG.
Before you jump to conclusions, I refer you too the archived post below.
On Sun, 11 Apr 2021, 10:28 Uche Nwankwor, <ezigbonwankwor at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Noah,
> I think you do not fully comprehend Owen's statement. No questions have
> been raised about the board's authority to call a Public Policy Meeting.
> However, the question raise is the hasty and undue involvement of the board
> at this time. IMO The Board's submission is ill-timed and out of place and
> thus should hold no water.I also agree with the opinion that the CPM and
> bylaws have been abandoned in recent times. This topsy-turvy of protocols
> has been consciously or unconsciously condoned by the staff and
> authorities. May we not drive ourselves into a ditch
> On Sun, Apr 11, 2021, 7:21 AM Noah <noah at neo.co.tz> wrote:
>> On Sat, Apr 10, 2021 at 11:04 PM Owen DeLong via RPD <rpd at afrinic.net>
>>> > On Apr 10, 2021, at 10:20 , chair at afrinic.net wrote:
>>> > Dear Policy Development Working Group,
>>> > The Board of Directors would like to congratulate the Policy
>>> Development Working Group (PDWG) on taking a consensus-based approach for
>>> the selection of PDWG co-Chairs.
>>> > The Board considered the provisions of the Consolidated Policy Manual
>>> with respect to the selection of PDWG co-Chairs and the staggered terms for
>>> the PDWG co-Chairs. The Board would like to confirm its approval, as an
>>> exceptional measure, to have Mr Vincent Ngundi and Mr Darwin da Costa
>>> complete the term of the last Co-Chairs and further serve a duration
>>> required to make a 2 year and 1 year term respectively.
>>> Excuse me, but where in the CPM or the bylaws did the board get the
>>> authority to approve or deny this at all?
>> Actually provision 11.2 of the AFRINIC Bylaws gives the AFRINIC Board the
>> powers to call a Public Policy Meeting which is attended by Afrinic
>> resource members and anyone interested in the Number Resources Management
>> policy in which case the PDWG.
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>> RPD at afrinic.net
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