[CRISP-TEAM] Milton's blogpost
izumi at nic.ad.jp
Wed Apr 29 21:52:34 CEST 2015
According to my understanding, this blog post is not suggesting any changes to the CRISP Team proposal.
We should certainly make this clear and state it, when someone suggests a such thing.
On 2015/04/30 2:15, Mwendwa Kivuva wrote:
> We should also state that we cannot change any part of the CRISP proposal
> unless the community says so. I believe we are agents of our respective
> On Wednesday, 29 April 2015, Sweeting, John <john.sweeting at twcable.com>
>> Hi Izumi,
>> It was made very clear that Bill�s 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 Milton�s 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 Milton�s comments are out of context and
>> factually wrong.
>>> 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
>>> not correct?
>>> CRISP mailing list
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