[ppml] composition of and representation on the BoT
marla_azinger at eli.net
Tue Nov 23 11:58:02 EST 2004
One thing I am certain of...we do not hold the power to "make" someone read.
However, we do hold the power to "encourage" them to read and one way of
doing this is through my suggestion below.
From: Michael.Dillon at radianz.com [mailto:Michael.Dillon at radianz.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 2004 8:51 AM
To: ppml at arin.net
Subject: RE: [ppml] composition of and representation on the BoT
> One suggestion I had provided at the Policy Bof was to take a policy in
> "proposal stage" and make a short easy to understand summary of what the
> proposal means. Also make a list of how this proposal if put in active
> status would affect small, medium and large Internet using companies. If
> you make it very clear up front how such a proposal may effect a certain
> type of IP Address User....they are much more likely to provide input on
> ppml and at the conference because they are no longer having to do all
> guess work of how this proposal could possibly affect their companies
This is a good idea, however it is missing one essential element.
How do you get people to read this summary?
Can we say with certainty that the people on the
ARIN members' mailing list are the right people
to be asking for policy comments. In many companies
people are expressly forbidden from making public
comments unless that is part of their role within
the business. Can we be certain that all of the
ARIN member contacts have policymaking as part
of their role?
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