I think we will look at refining the process going forward. Hopefully we can tie the two processes together. This is all relevant to a topic I want to re-introduce to the mailing list and the SIG meeting.
The Secretariat had discussions recently with the provider of an Audience Response System that could be used to gather input to assist the SIG Chairs to gauge whether or not the community has reached consensus on policy proposals.
Such a system could also help remote participants, or participants at remote hubs, to indicate their support or objection to proposals.
The Secretariat and the Chairs have raised this idea before and there were some concerns, but overall a strong positive support for the idea. Before we could invest in something like this we would really need a clear understanding of the community’s expectations, particularly with regard to safeguarding against gaming the system. Registration of remote participants might be one way to deal with this.
I’d like to start a discussion about this on the mailing list prior to Petaling Jaya and the SIG Chairs have just agreed to allow me time for a community consultation about this at the face-to-face meeting.
I’ll post something more specific about this to the mailing list soon.
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On 13/02/2014 6:18 pm, "Skeeve Stevens" <skeeve at eintellegonetworks dot com> wrote:
All good... so you just register twice .
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On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 7:17 PM, Adam Gosling <adam at apnic dot net> wrote: