[arin-ppml] ARIN Board members

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Wed Jul 22 16:44:27 EDT 2015

Minimum of 4 board candidates per year, 30 minutes per video, that’s a minimum of 2 hours of video for every informed voter to review…

May I humbly suggest that 15 minutes may be a more appropriate amount of time? The average televised interview of 30 minutes is usually
at least 10 minutes of commercials anyway, so I think doing it in 15 minutes should be adequate.


> On Jul 22, 2015, at 10:29 , David Huberman <David.Huberman at microsoft.com> wrote:
>> I wasn’t criticizing your suggestion, I’m sure the current process can be
>> improved (and this is a great time to do so, since we’re right at the beginning
>> of the nomcom process for this year).  I just wanted to try to get the gist of
>> what you felt needed to be prioritized.
> So picture a video (+transcript).  David sits down in front of a camera and talks with Bill Woodcock, incumbent BoT member who is running for re-election.  We have a talk for about 30 minutes on a wide range of issues, including things like:
> - what have you accomplished over your current term on the Board?
> - what needs to improve that you're willing to drive?
> - what are your key deliverables for the next term you're running for? How will we measure those deliverables, and whether you succeeded or failed?
> There's also talk about the Board in general, ARIN in general, and our future -- some along the lines of what's in the questionnaire today, but in a freer environment where there's more back and forth about the answers that are given.
> Would that be helpful if such a video(+transcript) series existed?
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