Changes from 07 to 08
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 11

Changes from -07 to -08 PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 64 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Changes from -07 to -08.

Download Presentation

Changes from -07 to -08

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Changes from 07 to 08

Changes from -07 to -08

  • ISSUE 11 (and 23):Should clarifying text indicate that the Confirmed candidates, chosen by the standard process, as opposed to mid term appointments, be expected to serve at least 2 years.312a313,316> The term of a confirmed candidate selected according to the> mid-term vacancy rules may be less than 2 years, as stated> elsewhere in this document.>


Changes from 07 to 08

  • ISSUE 8:Is text making it explicit that the maximum assignable term is 3 years needed?315c319< may assign a term greater than 2 years in order to ensure the---> may assign a term of not more than 3 years in order to ensure the321,323c325,327< and those sitting) to which it may assign a term greater than 2< years to ensure that all such members will not be reviewed at the< same time.---> and those sitting) to which it may assign a term of not more than> 3 years to ensure that all such members will not be reviewed at> the same time.


Changes from 07 to 08

  • ISSUE 25:There is a mention here of a liaison from the ISOC board. But, there in section 4.3 there is a list of NOMCOM members that indicates how they are selected, and the ISOC liaison is not listed.621c621< volunteers, 2 liaisons, and an advisor.---> volunteers, 3 liaisons, and an advisor.> 644a645,647> The Internet Society Board of Trustees may appoint a liaison to> the nominating committee at its own discretion.755,758c758< 9. The Internet Society Board of Trustees may appoint a liaison to< the nominating committee.< < 10. An advisor is responsible for such duties as specified by the---> 9. An advisor is responsible for such duties as specified by the


Changes from 07 to 08

  • ISSUE 9:"all members" wording implies everyone must agree. What is the intent here? Is it "must be approved by a quorum of the committee according to its established voting mechanism"? Note: similar wording appears elsewhere.625,627c625,627< committee. The addition must be approved by all members of the< committee according to its established voting mechanism.< Advisors participate as individuals.---> committee. The addition must be approved by the committee> according to its established voting mechanism. Advisors> participate as individuals.632,634c632,634< approved by all members of the committee according to its< established voting mechanism. Liaisons participate as< representatives of their respective organizations.---> approved by the committee according to its established voting> mechanism. Liaisons participate as representatives of their> respective organizations.1031,1032c1031,1032< the committee. The rule must be approved by all members of the< committee according to its established voting mechanism.---> the committee. The rule must be approved by the committee> according to its established voting mechanism.


Changes from 07 to 08

  • ISSUE 7:The above implies to me that the NOMCOM is required to find a replacement for a resignation, but is not for a recall. Shouldn't the NOMCOM be allowed to also not replace resignations? I.e, I assume that the NOMCOM would have the option of filling or not filling any NOMCOM opening, regardless of how it occurs.1129,1134c1129,1134< If a voting volunteer member is recalled the committee may< choose to proceed with only 9 voting volunteers at its own< discretion. In all other cases the Chair must repeat the random< selection process including an announcement of the iteration< prior to the actual selection as stated elsewhere in this< document.---> If a voting volunteer member is recalled, regardless of the> circumstances, the committee may choose to proceed with only 9> voting volunteers at its own discretion. In all other cases the> Chair must repeat the random selection process including an> announcement of the iteration prior to the actual selection as> stated elsewhere in this document.


Changes from 07 to 08

  • ISSUE 5:Section 5, Point 12 suggests that the committee consult with the sitting members of the IAB and IESG. I think that consultation with WG chairs should be suggested.1224c1224,1225< Directors.---> Directors, and working group chairs, especially those in the> areas with open positions.


Changes from 07 to 08

  • ISSUE 4:The recall section makes no provision or even suggestion that the Recall Chair verify the putative signers.1477a1478,1482> The IETF Secretariat is responsible for confirming that each> signatory is qualified to be a voting member of a nominating> committee. A valid petition must be signed by at least 20> qualified signatories.>


Editorial

Editorial

  • ISSUE 6:1923,1924c1923,1925< 2. No person should serve on both the IESG and the IAB concurrently,< except the IETF Chair who serves on both bodies by definition.---> 2. No person should serve both on the IAB and as an Area Director,> except the IETF Chair whose roles as an IAB member and Area> Director of the General Area are set out elsewhere.

  • ISSUE 12:349c353< First, when there is only one official nominating committee the---> First, when there is only one official nominating committee, the


Changes from 07 to 08

  • ISSUE 13:538c542< As of the publication of this document the current mechanism is---> As of the publication of this document, the current mechanism is

  • ISSUE 18:587,588c587,588< three meetings) after the next nominating committee's term< begins.---> three meetings), i.e., the IETF meeting after the next> nominating committee's term begins.


Changes from 07 to 08

  • ISSUE 14:650c653< committee unless otherwise specified.---> committee unless otherwise specified in this document.

  • ISSUE 15:692c695< may appoint a temporary substitute.---> may appoint a temporary substitute for the Chair position.

  • EDITORIAL CHANGE NOT LISTED ANYWHERE:1610,1611c1610,1611< all times except that the only voting volunteers vote on a< candidate selection.---> all times except that only voting volunteers vote on a candidate> selection.


Changes from 07 to 08

  • ISSUE 16:733,738c733,741< or issues to the Chair of the nominating committee immediately.< If they can not resolve the issue between themselves liaisons< must report the issue to their respective bodies. If their< respective body agrees that there is an issue the liaison must< report it according to the dispute resolution process stated< elsewhere in this document.---> Liaisons from the IESG, IAB, and Internet Society Board of> Trustees (if one was appointed) are expected to review the> operation and executing process of the nominating committee and> to report any concerns or issues to the Chair of the nominating> committee immediately. If they can not resolve the issue> between themselves, liaisons must report the issue to their> respective bodies. If their respective body agrees that there> is an issue the liaison must report it according to the dispute> resolution process stated elsewhere in this document.769c769< can not resolve the issue between themselves the prior year's---> can not resolve the issue between themselves, the prior year's1153c1153< between themselves the prior year's Chair must report it---> between themselves, the prior year's Chair must report it


  • Login