RE: [gnso-dow123] Brief summary of Whois Task Force administrative meeting, 26 June 2006
- To: "Maria Farrell" <maria.farrell@xxxxxxxxx>, <gnso-dow123@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: [gnso-dow123] Brief summary of Whois Task Force administrative meeting, 26 June 2006
- From: "Steve Metalitz" <metalitz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2006 14:38:56 -0400
I do not recall any decision that Bruce would make a presentation to the
GAC/GNSO meeting on June 26.
From: owner-gnso-dow123@xxxxxxxxx on behalf of Maria Farrell
Sent: Tue 6/27/2006 2:20 PM
To: Maria Farrell; gnso-dow123@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: [gnso-dow123] Brief summary of Whois Task Force administrative
meeting, 26 June 2006
One further point regarding presentation of the Whois task force work; it was
decided that Bruce Tonkin and Jordyn Buchanan would present the work on Whois
to the GAC/GNSO meeting on 26 June.
Avri Doria was chosen to present the work of the Whois Task Force at the GNSO
Public Forum .
From: owner-gnso-dow123@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-gnso-dow123@xxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Maria Farrell
Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2006 6:14 PM
Subject: [gnso-dow123] Brief summary of Whois Task Force administrative
meeting, 26 June 2006
As promised, below is a short summary of the administrative task force meeting
held during the Marrakech meeting.
Whois TF administrative meeting, 26 June 2006
The meeting was an administrative/planning meeting to formulate timelines for
ongoing work and also to prepare for presentations on Whois to the GAC and the
GNSO public forum.
The task force is not likely to hold a physical meeting, but will continue to
work by phone and email.
It was agreed that the task force build into its timelines some public comment
periods that are longer than 20 days. Comment periods of up to 45 days were
suggested. This would help other parties provide input to the work. It was also
agreed that outreach is at least as important as the time period of public
comments, and that task force reports in public comment period be accompanied
by commentaries identifying areas of disagreement (and strong need for input).
Targeting specific groups like the SSAC and identifying security issues in it
for them was one suggestion.
It was agreed to present a final task force report to the GNSO Council by the
December ICANN meeting in Sao Paulo. To achieve this, the task force needs to
complete its work on the preliminary report in the first half of October in
order to provide sufficient time for public comments. Following public
comments, the task force will work to reconsider (if appropriate) those
comments and see if changes are required to the final report. To consider it at
the Sao Paulo meeting, the GNSO Council will need to receive the final task
force report by 22 November, 2006.