[arin-ppml] ARIN Board members
hannigan at gmail.com
Sun Aug 16 23:06:46 EDT 2015
FYI, the nominations for all [board, AC and NRO ] are closing on Monday at
On Mon, Jul 20, 2015 at 12:17 PM, David Huberman <
David.Huberman at microsoft.com> wrote:
> This morning's email announcing the opening of the nominations period for
> Board of Trustees seats has me stewing on a topic that's bothered me for a
> What fair and objective data does a voter have to judge how well an
> incumbent is doing?
> I have been involved with ARIN in various capacities since 1999 and pay a
> LOT of attention. But in most cases, I can't tell you how good a Board
> member is. I suspect that's because so much of our activity as the
> collective ARIN happens in the policy making arena, and the Board has
> chosen to be mostly silent in that arena. At our April meeting in San
> Francisco, I saw a Board member sit silent for the entire 3 days. Before
> that member was on the board, however, he was a strong, productive,
> effective advocate for good policy who earned my vote. Now he's silent.
> What am I supposed to think now when he runs for re-election? How do I
> judge if he's earned another term? I read the published minutes of the
> Board meetings, and they're not particularly enlightening.
> Does the Board Does the Board conduct any reviews or evaluations of Board
> member performance? Is any of that available to the members?
> I mean, the CEO gets reviewed, yes? If the Board can review the CEO,
> would it be a stretch to ask for reviews of the other 6 members of the
> David R Huberman
> Principal, Global IP Addressing
> Microsoft Corporation
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