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NCUC Policy Writing Webinar on Monday 17 June 2019 at 1600 UTC - Shared screen with speaker view
Vrikson Acosta
43:53
there is a lot of background noise and the voice audio is heard very low
Mili
44:27
yes
Maryam Bakoshi
45:39
Thank you for letting us know Vrikson. I hope the audio is clear now.
Bruna Santos
45:42
(apologies for the background noises everyone)
Vrikson Acosta
47:48
Could Jim increase the volume of his mike
Vrikson Acosta
48:01
Could Jim increase the volume of his mike?
Maryam Bakoshi
48:40
Hi Vrikson, we will try to increase the volume.
Glenn McKnight, Naralo
48:52
Audio is fine for me
Maryam Bakoshi
48:54
Thank you for letting us know.
Claire Craig
49:22
Audio is good for me as well. No noise and the volume is good
Liz Orembo
01:01:14
Should the length of the comment document matter?
Bukola Oronti
01:01:21
yes
Liz Orembo
01:02:56
Thank you
Elsa Saade
01:03:33
hey everyone! sorry to be joining late, was in another meeting.
Maryam Bakoshi
01:03:49
Welcome, Elsa :)
Elsa Saade
01:03:58
thanks Maryam! :)
Maryam Bakoshi
01:12:51
Bruna is having connection issues
Benjamin Akinmoyeje
01:13:24
I like to say soething
Liz Orembo
01:13:37
Well, sometimes theres just so much background information that we are not aware about.
Liz Orembo
01:14:01
Sorry im in a library i cant speak through the mike.
Taiwo Peter Akinremi
01:14:28
Technical background of the issue I think.
Maryam Bakoshi
01:14:49
Thank you, Liz. I will read out your comment
Vrikson Acosta
01:15:35
Maryam, I too have connexion issues, and when connected the audio is extremely low, and I do have all the speakers volume up.
Maryam Bakoshi
01:16:20
Hi Vrikson, I am sorry to hear that. I will send you a private chat so we can investigate this further
Bukola Oronti
01:17:23
Personally, its diffcult to differentiate between peronal views as compared to the view of the constituency.
Bukola Oronti
01:17:37
*personal
Bukola Oronti
01:18:53
or if one is supposed to contribute as representing the constituency or as an individual.
Benjamin Akinmoyeje
01:19:57
@Bukola I agree with you, just that you want to be sure you are carrying everyone along.
Bukola Oronti
01:24:15
thank you!
Liz Orembo
01:24:16
I had a question
Liz Orembo
01:24:36
How much background info should one dig into before making a draft?
Maryam Bakoshi
01:25:24
Thank you for your question Liz.
Liz Orembo
01:26:11
Then how do you solve the problem of technical limitations. Because some of us are from non technical backgrounds. It it possible to solicit views from the tech members?
Liz Orembo
01:36:01
Thanks!
Benjamin Akinmoyeje
01:40:13
Is it possible to have a template of comment writiing where you have background, point, summary (with recommendations..number of words, sample phrases, etc)
Benjamin Akinmoyeje
01:41:03
also is it possible to have a peer review group for comments with intention of building capacity around engaging in comments writing
Bukola Oronti
01:41:29
from the different consituencies document that you have showed, is there a particular template for each constituencies? some were in tabular format and some were not?
Vrikson Acosta
01:44:23
Jim is right.We have to start writing what we think, how we think it, and then begin polishing what we write. It is not easy at first, but eventually it gets easier with time, and practice.
Benjamin Akinmoyeje
01:44:29
Thank you
Bukola Oronti
01:44:33
yes
Benjamin Akinmoyeje
01:44:35
yes
Liz Orembo
01:46:07
Will you also review non icann work? :)
Benjamin Akinmoyeje
01:46:15
Thank you Jim , that is so helpful to know
Vrikson Acosta
01:48:36
Jim, thank you for the offer to do pro bono reviewing things wr write. Does it all have to be ICANN related ? Does it all have to be in English? What's your email?
Bukola Oronti
01:49:38
I'm sorry I have to leave now, hope to catch up with the recordings if it will be shared.
Maryam Bakoshi
01:52:09
Thanks for attending Bukola