[CRISP-TEAM] Milton's blogpost
john.sweeting at twcable.com
Wed Apr 29 17:01:56 CEST 2015
It was made very clear that Bill¹s slides were not part of the CRISP Team
update, the title of the slides were even changed to reflect that and we
emphasized it more than once during the meeting. I think the best thing
here is for Bill to comment on Milton¹s blog and set the record straight
since he is the one being quoted.
Bill, do you mind doing that? Or what do you think is the right course
forward? I agree with Andrei that Milton¹s comments are out of context and
On 4/29/15, 10:55 AM, "Izumi Okutani" <izumi at nic.ad.jp> wrote:
>On 2015/04/29 23:38, Andrei Robachevsky wrote:
>> I am not happy with his statement that "the CRISP team was embroiled in
>> contentious negotiations with ICANN, and that ICANN legal was demanding
>> major changes in their plan", since it is factually wrong and implies
>> that we were negotiating in backrooms without involving or informing the
>Thanks for sharing this Andrei.
>To be fair to Milton, it was called the CRISP panel and it was shared by
>Bill who is the CRISP Team member, so it was a bit confusing but I agree
>it is not factually correct that the CRISP Team is involved in any
>discussions with ICANN.
>Perhaps we can communicate this to Milton, letting him know that it is
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