[Imc-communication] "Mediation" RE Germany's Belgium proposal
alster at indymedia.org
Tue May 31 06:28:02 PDT 2005
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> I also agree, that the main differences between "mediation" and
> "arbitration" are the same.
> but, in my opinion, it's not like:
>>To my understanding an insuccessful mediation would return the
>>obligation to work towards a solution for the conflict to imc-process.
>>Should this happen, imc-process should also consider making a decision
>>on the further use of the domain. Of course, if the conflict no longer
>>exists by the end of the mediation process, the domain would be returned
>>to the indymedia.be collective.
> Only the last sentence should be oterwise in my opinion: "[...], the
> domain will exist as what was decided by the parties involved!"
> The end of a "Mediation"-process imho is open and defined by the parties.
I agree in that the last part of the last sentence needs to be altered
in the way you did it to be correct. Beside of that, it was also
technically expressed in a bad way.
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