Re: [gnso-raa-dt] RE: Report from RAA DT
- To: Phil Corwin <pcorwin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "Metalitz, Steven" <met@xxxxxxx>, "Gnso-raa-dt@xxxxxxxxx" <Gnso-raa-dt@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [gnso-raa-dt] RE: Report from RAA DT
- From: Konstantinos Komaitis <k.komaitis@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2009 01:48:35 +0100
Please add me on group A (Registrant Rights charter).
On 24/10/2009 00:30, "Phil Corwin" <pcorwin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Sorry to be so late getting back on this.
> Please put me down for both groups. As I understand it, the first will mostly
> revise and ok the staff summary of current rights, while the real action and
> work will be in the second that considers what additional rights should be
> Best regards/see many of you at the Seoul meeting.
> Philip S. Corwin
> Butera & Andrews
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> "Luck is the residue of design." -- Branch Rickey
> From: owner-gnso-raa-dt@xxxxxxxxx [owner-gnso-raa-dt@xxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
> Metalitz, Steven [met@xxxxxxx]
> Sent: Thursday, October 01, 2009 3:55 PM
> To: Gnso-raa-dt@xxxxxxxxx
> Cc: Glen de Saint Géry
> Subject: [gnso-raa-dt] FW: Report from RAA DT
> RAA-DT participants,
> Please see below the report from our call yesterday that Beau and I have sent
> to GNSO and ALAC as suggested, including the revised timeline.
> As agreed on the call yesterday, please advise Glen de St. Gery (copied here
> -- glen@xxxxxxxxx) as soon as possible whether your preference is to
> participate in subteam A (registrant rights charter) or subteam B (identifying
> issues for possible RAA amendments). Glen will create subteam mailing lists
> accordingly. While there is certainly no bar to joining both subteams, they
> will be working in parallel and we would hope for active participation from
> everyone on the lists, so please do so only if you have time to participate
> actively on both subteams.
> Please respond to Glen no later than Monday, Oct. 5 if possible. Of course
> additional participants are welcomed but please encourage them to step forward
> as soon as possible.
> Steve Metalitz, co-coordinator
> From: Metalitz, Steven
> Sent: Thursday, October 01, 2009 3:45 PM
> To: 'Avri Doria'; Cheryl Langdon-Orr
> Cc: Margie Milam; 'Beau Brendler'; 'Glen de Saint Géry'
> Subject: Report from RAA DT
> TO: Avri Doria, GNSO
> Cheryl Langdon-Orr, ALAC
> FM: Steve Metalitz (GNSO) and Beau Brendler (At-Large), provisional
> RE: Next steps on RAA/Registrant Rights Drafting Team
> DT: 10/1/09
> Yesterday the RAA Drafting Team held its first meeting since the Council¹s
> September 3 approval of its charter. We volunteered to serve as
> co-coordinators of the DT. We wanted to advise you of some of the key outputs
> of the meeting, for your circulation throughout ALAC and GNSO as you think
> Sub-teams: Sub-teams will work in parallel on task A (Registrant Rights
> Charter) and task B (identifying issues for possible RAA amendments). We will
> circulate to those already signed up on the mailing list, asking them to state
> their interest for one or the other subteam, and will create two mailing lists
> accordingly. Beau will coordinate subteam A and Steve will coordinate
> subteam B.
> Timelines: The charter provided no timeline for task A, and the timeline
> proposed for task B is no longer achievable (since it called for a draft
> report to be circulated by 30 days after charter approval, i.e., October 3).
> The charter recognizes that adjustments to the timetable may be necessary.
> Those on the call agreed to aim to circulate draft documents by 30 days after
> the Seoul meeting (i.e., late November). We will seek to start drafting work
> prior to Seoul and will explore the possibility of a face-to-face meeting
> (with remote participation) in Seoul.
> Participation: There are currently about 41 people subscribed the mailing
> list, split almost evenly between GNSO and At-Large. We think this provides a
> critical mass to start the work. Of course additional volunteers would be
> welcomed but we urge them to sign up as soon as possible.
> Please let me or Beau know if you have questions.
Dr. Konstantinos Komaitis,
Lecturer in Law,
GigaNet Membership Chair,
University of Strathclyde,
The Lord Hope Building,
141 St. James Road,
Glasgow, G4 0LT,
tel: +44 (0)141 548 4306