[governance] Transition

Nnenna nne75 at yahoo.com
Tue May 2 08:41:43 EDT 2006

Dear all,
  I really believe that the idea of a charter is not as grandiose as some may feel.  There are two types of it:
  1.  The elaborate type that seems to cover all,
  2.  The easier version which lays down principles.
  These  days, the second option has proved to be more efficient.  Going by what I know, the IGC charter can/may consist of the following:
   Working methods  
   Relationship of IGC to CSP  
  All for now

Vittorio Bertola <vb at bertola.eu.org> wrote:
  Avri Doria ha scritto:
> Hi,
> i think it might mean the loss of the IGC and its history and the 
> role it has been able to achieve.
> or what might happen, is that some people will go off and start 
> working on the new working group, while the rest of the people stay 
> on IGC and eventually figure it out.
> but of course, someone can do this anytime, it does not take a
> decision of the IGC for someone to go off and start something new.

Sorry, possibly I didn't explain well what I meant. The new working 
group would work out a charter *for the IGC*, not for a new entity; it 
would then get back to the list to get the charter approved. The 
objecive of my proposal was just to get out of the deadlock due to the 
lack of consensus on your appointment as "single coordinator" - not to 
start anything new!
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