Policy Comments & Advice
At-Large Summit (ATLAS III)
At-Large Review Implementation Plan Development
ALAC and RALO Elections, Selections, and Appointments
At-Large Priority Activities
ALAC Metrics 2014 pptx by Maureen Hilyard
Comments Metrics presentation - meeting 11 March
I don't see any carrot or stick in the metrics Despite the issue of guilt for taking their money I don't think any repercussions are in the system if we don't meet the standard which is a bit loosey goosey.
Other metrics that rank as important:
-number of policy papers impacting board decisions
-number of new working committees impacting ICANN compliance ie. New working group to outreach to minorities, outreach to the Disabled etc
-positive suggestions to the strategic plan.... etc
Metrics are always hard, and in the end, the important ones are subjective. That said, attendance is an easy and ovious one. Active participation is also important - maybe some sort of 'peer review' as suggested by OCL. Comments made on policy statements can be counted and should be on there. There should be additional points for 'holding the pen'. What about membership in WGs - both ALAC and other, with extra points for being chair of a group. Another metric should be sessions initiated, organised and/or chaired in the ICANN meetings. And what about organising and publicising events within the RALO area? (not quite sure how that would work) Maybe developing and/or circulating capacity materials for the RALO/ALAC.