This is the asynchronous discussion forum for Week 2 of the Governance Consultation. Make sure you "Join" the consultation through the main page (if you haven't) to receive the calendar invites of the four weekly live discussions.
We have created a collaboration document that captures the past discussions as well as our team's initial thoughts for the upcoming discussions.
We will leave all asynchronous discussion forums open throughout the consultation and welcome comments anytime. However, our moderators will only be able to provide dedicated moderation following the specified timeline of each discussion forum.
Week 2: Structure and Process (1)
- Who are the players/members of the Regi-TRUST-enabled global trust network of COVID-19/immunization certificates? What type of players/members?
- What access, roles and responsibilities does each type of member have?
- Who should govern and operate the global trust network?
- Who should be making decisions for the global trust network?
Live Session Recording and Chat:
Return to the main consultation page for background information or go to Governance Consultation: Week 3.
Hi everyone, welcome to the Week 2 discussions! Thanks to your contribution and participation, we are able to make good progress on the Week 1 topics and beyond.
Our team is excited to navigate through this very new problem space with you, and we understand that there has been a lot ambiguity which makes our discussions even more challenging.
To help move forward our conversations, we created this collaboration document to
We encourage you to read the document and provide thoughts in the SparkBlue discussion forums. And we look forward to speaking to you soon.
Hope you had a good start of the week! We had a rich and productive discussion at the live session last week. The recording and chat message were posted above. Below are some key points we touched upon. We encourage you to leave further thoughts here and/or build your points for Week 3 on these great discussions:
1. Grievances/Issues/Dispute Resolution:
How grievances/issues/disputes are accounted for? What would be the role of the different actors involved in the framework right now? Would that be like a new entity altogether? Who could be delegated authority to handle these kinds of grievances between two parties operating within the network?
2. Decentralized and Open Network
We saw alignment among participants on what decentralized and open could mean in the context of a Regi-TRUST enabled network of networks:
3. Vetting and Presentation of Participants' Metadata
For our team's initial input to the questions and full notes of the discussion, please see here.
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