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[gnso-irtp-b-jun09] Proposed agenda

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  • Subject: [gnso-irtp-b-jun09] Proposed agenda
  • From: Marika Konings <marika.konings@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Dec 2010 03:00:15 -0800

Dear All,

Please find below the proposed agenda for today's IRTP Part B WG meeting.

With best regards,


Proposed Agenda – IRTP Part B WG Meeting – 21 December 2010

1. Roll Call / Update SOI-DOI
2. Recap from Cartagena face-to-face meeting:

 *   Creation of sub-team to review survey results on ETRP and develop new 
proposal for WG consideration. The sub-team is in principle tasked to develop a 
comprehensive proposal, but if this is deemed not feasible, it may consider 
putting forward the main principles that should form an ETRP which can then be 
further developed by an implementation drafting team. So far the following 
members have volunteered: Berry, Barbara, Oli, Bob, Mike Rodenbaugh, Simonetta, 
Matt, Paul, Mikey. Please complete the following doodle poll 
http://doodle.com/aizx7pppbgkdma84 to indicate your availability for a call of 
the sub-team early January. Posted on the wiki 
(https://st.icann.org/irtp-partb/) is a summary of the results of the survey in 
relation to ETRP.
 *   Consider adding a recommendation to endorse the SSAC report and measures 
recommended in the report to prevent hijacking
 *   Further review of transfer policy being used as a mechanism to change 
control of a domain name registration to be explored
 *   Decide at a later stage whether weekly meetings need to be extended

3. Continue review of survey results and decide on next steps with regard to 
the other issues / recommendations
4. Review latest version of comment review tool which will be linked to in the 
Final Report (see https://st.icann.org/irtp-partb/)
5. Next steps & confirm next meeting

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