[NRO-IANAXFER] Biographical information for participation on the mailing list vs qualification of appointees to CRISP team
andres at lacnic.net
Tue Oct 21 15:18:48 CEST 2014
This is also what I understood.
El 21/10/14 21:57, John Curran escribió:
> Travis -
> 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
> bit source)
> 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?
> John Curran
> President and CEO
>> On Oct 20, 2014, at 11:02 PM, Travis Biehn <tbiehn at gmail.com
>> <mailto:tbiehn at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Completely agree,
>> >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.
>> All 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
>> 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.
>> - Country.
>> - Affiliation.
>> - Stakeholder Group.
>> My 2 cents,
>> Andres Piazza
>> Public Affairs Officer
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