[NRO-IANAXFER] Biographical information for participation on the mailing list vs qualification of appointees to CRISP team
jcurran at arin.net
Tue Oct 21 14:57:11 CEST 2014
You are referring to qualification/selection process for CRISP team appointees,
correct? I believe this is this is quite distinct from Andres suggestion that those
on the mailing list discussion take a moment to provide biographical information
about their interest in the topic and participation on the list.
If I understand your proposal, you propose an algorithmic selection process in
each region among qualified/non-conflicting volunteers (based on dice or random
Can you explain why this should be a hard requirement for all CRISP team
appointees, rather than simply an approach that each region can consider for
its selection process?
President and CEO
On Oct 20, 2014, at 11:02 PM, Travis Biehn <tbiehn at gmail.com<mailto:tbiehn at gmail.com>> wrote:
>From our chat on the ARIN list last week:
I don't enjoy the idea of having any member of an RIR appoint the two non-staff appointees. I'd like to see that as a hard rule.
To be fully unambiguous, I am proposing that NGO's CRISP be amended to include the following obligations and restrictions on appointees.
Must lodge their interest publicly. [On relevant publicly Read and Write mailing lists.]
Must identify themselves and demonstrate that they are physically and spiritually [demonstrate non-trivial ties] part of the RIR that serves them and they intend to represent.
Must disclose all organizations, clubs and boards which they are members of. This is meant to include current and past employers for the past 5 years.
Must substantiate their qualifications and how they are able to dedicate the time and effort requisite of establishing a solution fitting the global communities best interest. [On an hour / day, week basis.]
There is some verification of facts performed here.
A dice is rolled, if the selected appointee overlaps in employment or membership (that is - a potential for the perception of cronyism is identified) in any way with an existing appointee they are disqualified. (A dice roll can here be substituted with some publicly verifiable source of random bits...)
On Oct 20, 2014 10:39 PM, "Andres Piazza" <andres at lacnic.net<mailto:andres at lacnic.net>> wrote:
It ocurrs to me that it would be a good idea to allow participation for anybody who is interested in the discussion but requesting them to make available to the rest of the members of list several basic information such as:
- Full (real) name.
- Stakeholder Group.
My 2 cents,
Public Affairs Officer
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