[ARIN-consult] ARIN Community Consultation on the ICG RFP Response Process

Hannigan, Martin marty at akamai.com
Thu Oct 2 12:21:35 EDT 2014

Isn't discuss supposed to be the members list? That would mean that the general public isn't there. 

PPML does seem to be the right venue.



On Oct 2, 2014, at 12:12 PM, John Curran <jcurran at arin.net> wrote:

> On Oct 2, 2014, at 12:01 PM, Andrew Dul <andrew.dul at quark.net> wrote:
>> On 10/1/2014 8:35 AM, ARIN wrote:
>>> ...
>>> 2. Do we need a dedicated mailing list in the ARIN region for conducting
>>> the community discussion on this topic, or does an existing ARIN list
>>> such as arin-consult, arin-discuss, or PPML suffice? If a new list is
>>> created for this purpose, should it be prepopulated with subscribers
>>> from another list?
>> I would suggest not using PPML, but other existing lists (such as
>> -discuss or -consult) could be appropriate.  I'm not opposed to a new
>> separate list for this discussion.  We have also discussed if a global
>> list is more appropriate rather than another RIR specific list. 
> Not PPML - acknowledged.  Do you have preference between -discuss 
> (which is members-only), -consult, or a new list for this purpose?
> Also, are you recommending creation of a global list for this purpose,
> or use of an existing global list?  If so, which one? Would use of such
> a list be instead of using an arin list, or in addition to?
>> Could ARIN describe how it intends to publicize the survey to ensure
>> that the feedback gathered represents a significant portion of the
>> Internet community which is interested in participating in this process?
> Announcing to arin-announce, followed by forwarding to PPML and NANOG 
> mailing lists.
> Would you recommend another approach?
>> ...
>> While I understand the desire to limit the number of questions on a
>> survey to improve response rate.  Having multi-bullet statements about
>> which one might agree/disagree with different parts doesn't seem like
>> the best way to approach getting feedback from the community.  I'd
>> suggest that perhaps each bullet deserves the ability to respond
>> independently. 
>> What type of scale or answer set is being proposed here?  Yes/No?  Or a
>> range strongly disagree to strongly agree?  With or without a neutral
>> center response?
> Yes/No
> Is another format preferable? Should a "no opinion" option be included?
>>> Survey Question 3 –Does this community feel that it has no position, per
>>> se, on ICANN accountability mechanisms (other than the principle that
>>> DNS community must be satisfied with that process before any IANA
>>> transition)
>> This seems like a somewhat leading question with lots of assumptions.  I
>> think this community would have a very different opinion on
>> accountability mechanisms if the mechanisms chosen by the DNS community
>> did not satisfy the concerns of the numbering community.
> Do you recommend dropping this question, or prefer different phrasing?
>> The survey should include an open text box (not related to any question)
>> to allow those who choose to complete the survey to provide free-form
>> feedback.
> Acknowledged.  We will add a question 4 (Do you have any other 
> comments or feedback) with free-form text reply field.
> Excellent feedback - Thanks!
> /John
> John Curran
> President and CEO
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