[CRISP-TEAM] Notes CRISP Team 1st Teleconference December 9th 2014

Izumi Okutani izumi at nic.ad.jp
Thu Dec 11 08:34:51 CET 2014


Would you be able to confirm whether the suggestion from Andrei could be
accomodated without too much burden/complications?

I feel summary of discussions (with conclusions, action items, next
steps), plus transcripts would be helpful, if possible.

If transcripts are difficult, would it be possible to provide recordings?

Transcripts/recordings may help CRISP members who missed a call to catch
up, also provide a way of transparency to the communities on how we
conduct our discussions.

I don't want to over complicate things, and move forward about the
minutes, so let us know if it's difficult to accomodate.

For minutes for the 1st meeting, let's base it on the current format,
and have it posted once all feedbacks are reflected.


(2014/12/10 23:52), Andrei Robachevsky wrote:
> Colleagues,
> German, thank you very much for taking notes. If the expectation that
> these will also be posted publicly (which is my expectation), perhaps we
> reduce the brevity and either provide a transcript, or a summary of the
> main discussion points (the latter would be my preference).
> One suggestion below:
> German Valdez wrote on 10/12/14 08:24:
> [...]
>> AR noted that the list is open to posting by non-CRISPpurposes (draft iterations, etc.) and using ianaxfer for transparency and seeking comments from the community.
> perhaps:
> AR noted that the ianaxfer list is open for posting to everyone, not
> only to CRISP members, so it might be difficult to separate between
> deliberations of the CRISP team members and community feedback. In the
> interest of efficiency AR proposed to crease an internal closed mailing
> list to allow quick editing iterations on the proposed response and use
> the ianaxfer list as intended for engaging with the community, and
> soliciting and discussing their feedback.
> Regards,
> Andrei
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