[CRISP-TEAM] Suggested text: Review Commitee
nurani at netnod.se
Thu Dec 18 12:07:46 CET 2014
I think your text below is a great step forward. Thank you for that!
I think your text very accurately reflects the discussions we had in the CRISP group on the LACNIC proposal.
I also think it captures what I found was the spirit in the LACNIC proposal. But I will of course leave it to the LACNIC CRISP team members to comment on that.
Personally, I feel this is also in line with the RIPE Community's position, but we will certainly make sure to seek input from our community (as well as the global community) on this text as we publish the first draft.
(There might be some minor editorial changes needed to the text, but I think they are easily addressed.)
On 18 dec 2014, at 11:27, Izumi Okutani <izumi at nic.ad.jp> wrote:
> CRISP Team,
> Since we are a few hours from the call, this is my suggested text for
> the part which describes Review Commitee.
> If there is another text being worked on and can be shared, please post
> it here. We can disregard my version then.
> I very much welcome your feeback from the team.
> As usual, *if* not other suggested text comes out before the meeting
> I'd appreciate it if you could incorporate this and any feedback we get
> on the list before the call, in the updated draft proposal.
> If suggested text is shared on the list before the call, please reflect
> that, and not my version.
> (To be inserterted afer 2nd paragraph on SLA of Section III)
> To ensure the service level defined in the agreement is maintained and
> provided by ICANN, Executive Council of The Number Resource Organization
> (NRO EC) will conduct periodic reviews of service level of the IANA
> functions on number resources which serves RIRs and its communities.
> Review Committee advices NRO EC in conducting its periodic review.
> Review Committee, which will be a team to be called upon at the time of
> the review is to be composed by representatives from each RIR region.
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