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02 February 2018


Operating Standards for ICANN's Specific Reviews


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3 Comments

  1. Comment from Carlton Samuels

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    Having participated in 2 RTs to date, I see no more than what is standard practice codified.  All the important parts are there. Not sure it requires more than a tick mark comment.

    Other than that, did anyone notice in the description of skills relevant for RT members to participate and in the case of those for the RDS team, only "familiarity" is required? Compared to others where the verbs tend to be "Experience", "Understanding" and "Knowledge"! 

    Makes for a fella with an inquiring mind to go hmmmmmm.

  2. Comment from Jabhera Matogoro

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    It is very important for ALAC to provide its comments and input on this process. I was appointed to represent ALAC to the first ICANN Specific Review (ICANN SSR2 RT) after IANA Transition. The lack of this Operational Standard it has resulted to "pause" cuased by ICANN Board.

    While the "pause" provide a critical input to the review process but without a clear and/or good operational standard then there is a number of challenges and would like our input to be submitted for the same.

  3. Just an observation that ICANN should have some capacity training/teaching resources to aid the wider SO/AC community better understand what is expected in a review team and to learn the core skills needed by review team members.

    This would help volunteers from the SO/AC community be better able to participate in future reviews and in turn ensure future reviews are conducted in a transparent, consistent, efficient, and predictable manner.