[IRP] outside the suez canal room @ 12.30

Max Senges maxsenges
Sun Nov 15 12:02:21 EET 2009

Hi everybody,

Sorry I misread the schedule. The session on a "open standard rights
framework" runs till 13.00. So I will be in front of the suez canal room at
12.30 and meet and start to discuss with those interested. We can go into
the room at 13.00.


2009/11/14 Max Senges <maxsenges at gmail.com>

> Hi everybody
> Just a reminder that we will meet tomorrow at 12.30 in Room 3: Suez Canal
> to coordinate our plans for the IGF, have some deliberations about how we
> should conduct the steering committee election.... and of course to have
> lunch and catch up
> Ok looking forward to meet you
> Max
> 2009/11/11 Max Senges <maxsenges at gmail.com>
>> Hi everybody
>> Sometime it can be enlightening to review your very own documents. I just
>> had a look into our IRP charter and it clarified a number of things:
>> a) steering committee members serve a one or two year term, so we'll have
>> to see who from the current (transition - remember the merger) committee
>> wants to stay on. Could the current members please indicate whether they
>> would continue or not?
>> b) the chair is elected/selected by the steering committee
>> quite a good charter by the way :-)
>> http://internetrightsandprinciples.org/node/9
>> So far the following folks have been nominated:
>> Lisa Horner  (accepted nomination)
>> Robert Brodle
>> Matthias Ketteman
>> Marianne Franklin (accepted nomination)
>> Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond
>> Anja Kovacs (in her new role at CIS)
>> Max Senges (wants to see the coalition evolve and will not run for chair)
>> Don't be shy nominate yourself or folks you believe will do a good job!
>> I would like to add Mr. Lee Hibbart and Thomas Schneider to the nominees
>> Best
>> Max
>> On Sun, Nov 8, 2009 at 6:39 PM, Max Senges <maxsenges at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello fellow IRPlers
>>> As I have raised several times now, our Charter states that we shall
>>> elect a new chair and steering committee every IGF, and I would like to
>>> start the deliberations about the how / when and who.
>>> My suggestion would be that we use the time before and during the IGF to
>>> identify good candidates and then hold the elections right after. Ideally we
>>> would have had a elections just before and a hand-over during the IGF and I
>>> apologize for not organizing affairs in that way. Anyway, I think the above
>>> process can work really well.
>>> First of all I want to thank everybody who participated in the steering
>>> committee so far. It has been a pleasure working with you and I would
>>> recommend all of you as members of the new steering group. So I suggest we
>>> consider everybody who is currently on the steering committee as a nominee
>>> for next year (I will check in with you individually whether you are still
>>> available for the role).
>>> To kick things off, I looked through our archives and would like to
>>> nominate some colleagues who don't have a formal role now, but have
>>> contributed substantially to the success of our coalition:
>>> Lisa Horner
>>> Robert Brodle
>>> Matthias Ketteman
>>> Marianne Franklin
>>> Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond
>>> Anja Kovacs (in her new role at CIS)
>>> This list is really just meant to get us started, please nominate people
>>> you think would be good custodians and drivers of our coalition.
>>> As for me, I will happily keep working in the coalition's steering
>>> committee, should I receive sufficient support.
>>> Looking forward to seeing this election unfold
>>> Max
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