[gnso-irtp-b-jun09] FW: Adobe Connect - Chat Transcript from IRTP Part B
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- Subject: [gnso-irtp-b-jun09] FW: Adobe Connect - Chat Transcript from IRTP Part B
- From: Marika Konings <marika.konings@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 08:35:07 -0700
For your information, please find below the chat transcript of today's meeting.
With best regards,
On 12/04/11 17:31, "Marika Konings"
Marika Konings:IRTP Part B WG Meeting - 12 April 2011
Michele Neylon:If I fall off or get disconnected blame the Hilton
Gisella Gruber-White:Or Belgian Telekom :-)
Paul Diaz:@James - sick but funny
Bladel:I alwys think she's talking to me, and I look for the 'Start
Barbara - RySG:Just joined the call. Sorry that I am a bit late.
Gisella Gruber-White:Barbara Steele, Christ Chaplow, Berry Cobb, Simonetta
Batteiger have joined the call
Bladel:Use the chat, we'll read it for you. :)
Bob Mountain:Stupid question but what is RADAR?
Marika Konings:Thank you! I'm actually not in any pain, it is probably just
painful for you to hear ;-)
Marika Konings:I think some of those suggestions for making it more specific
can be found in other parts of the document
Berry Cobb:IT'd be more useful to have those that wrote the commments on the
Gisella Gruber-White:Rob Golding joined the call
Marika Konings:I also made clear that the intent would be to include it in
the IRTP would make it clear that it is binding as a consensus policy
Simonetta Batteiger:maybe it's just a small change of wording and everyone
will be happy
Bladel:perhaps that's a "phase II' exercise.
Bob Mountain:I think if lack of response is "actionable" we will need some
kind of robust system to track these activities. Needs to be defensible.
Berry Cobb:Mikey, maybe if you the word "ONLY" 100 times, it will become more
Berry Cobb:formalize instead of establish.
Gisella Gruber-White:Rob Golding disconnected and has not dialled back in
Bladel:Agree with Simonetta. This was the thinking behind other methods of
Berry Cobb:this audit/document component is why we tried to leverage the TDRP
Matt Serlin:Agree with that, but follow-up needs to happen in writing
Bladel:No required timeframe to resolve the issue, just to respond to the
Bladel:This is why we've invented UTC, ug.
Matt Serlin:Agree with Paul 100%
Berry Cobb:+1 Paul, So nice that ICANN is concerned about that.
Paul Diaz:agree w/ Mikey. For those "micro" registrars that claim they don't
have manpower, they could look into "outsourcing" (via a "Registrar in a Box"
provider, and/or some 3rd party that provides back-end services)
Bladel:Paul: There are even 24/7 paging services that can monitor an email
Bladel:Probably $50-$75 per month
Paul Diaz:@James - exactly right. "Intended purpose" is to open a
Bladel:LIke the Cuban Missile Crisis, we are just trying to set up the "red
phone," not resolve all foreign policy differences.
Mikey O'Connor:+1 James
Michele Neylon:someone needs to capture that - it's very good wording
Berry Cobb:The "Next Steps" part was also another reason we leaned on TDRP.
Its the DR part of TDRP that sank Urgent Return 2.0
Simonetta Batteiger:me too
Matt Serlin:i agree with Paul
Berry Cobb:+1 Paul, at this point we have no idea what the bandwidth of this
process can handle nor how effective it will be yet.
Mikey O'Connor:i'm sympathetic with Paul's argument
Mikey O'Connor:should we say that James?
Mikey O'Connor:"in English for starters"?
Bladel:I think there's something like that for another communication
requirement. We should look for that and copy the language.
Mikey O'Connor:somewhere else in ICANN policy?
Bladel:I htink so.
Rob Golding (Othello):does it have to be telephone ?
Mikey O'Connor:voice conversation?
Kevin Erdman:What if a .cn domain is hyjacked and transferred from Chinese
registrar A to Chinese registrar B, would it not be subject to this ICANN
policy and require english language conversation or communication?
Simonetta Batteiger:I liked the "real time" idea
Michele Neylon:Kevin .cn isn't Icann's problem
Paul Diaz:The draft currently reads "The EAC may be a designated as an email
address, telephone number, orsome other real-time communication " - real time
chat is definitely a posibility
Rob Golding (Othello):@kevin, you mean .com ?
Matt Serlin:this is just gTLDs...ccTLDs are much more fun :)
Michele Neylon:Matt :)
Simonetta Batteiger:how about "in a language both registrars speak"
Kevin Erdman:Yes, I meant a .cn registrar that has a .com domain in its
Rob Golding (Othello):can understand
Simonetta Batteiger:like your tweak
Chris Chaplow:like "real-time communication
Matt Serlin:@Kevin...it doesn't really matter where the registrar is but just
that they are an ICANN accredited registrar
Barbara - RySG:I need to drop off. Thanks.
Bob Mountain:Me too, sorry
Kevin Erdman:@Matt my point is that an ICANN transfer can certainly occur
outside of English language zones
Bladel:reluctant agreeement. :)
Bladel:Section 3.4 of the RAA.
Bladel:Section 3.4.2 covers Contact Data.
Rob Golding (Othello):agree with mikey
Simonetta Batteiger:fairly sure they would like it
Bladel:No you don't recognize it. I completely made it up. :)
Rob Golding (Othello):Are icann not already doing regular checks of the
details in radar ?
Simonetta Batteiger:fine with that, too. :)
Rob Golding (Othello):regular validation by attempting contact ?
Berry Cobb:Thank goodness for MP3
Mikey O'Connor:get Marika to talk again -- her voice is getting crazy
Mikey O'Connor:oh good -- have her say something about it
Paul Diaz:@Simonetta - comment #8 must misunderstand the "intended purpose"
of the proposal
Bladel:We could stop the bad guys from become registrars. That would work. :)
Simonetta Batteiger:maybe we should just respond by saying that we thought of
Bladel:that's a zombie horse.
Michele Neylon:i got disconnected
Simonetta Batteiger:I think this proposal covers both
Michele Neylon:dialling back in
Michele Neylon:im back