RE: [gnso-raa-dt] FW: Expected staff inputs to RAA Working Group
- To: "Holly Raiche" <h.raiche@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <gnso-raa-dt@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: [gnso-raa-dt] FW: Expected staff inputs to RAA Working Group
- From: "Metalitz, Steven" <met@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2009 17:00:59 -0800
Holly, thanks for this useful set of notes.
However, the subteam to which Doug and Danny's comments submissions were
directed is not the group working on the registrants' rights charter.
The charter is with subteam A (I copy Beau who is coordinating that).
Subteam B is working on topics for amendments to the RAA. Some of these
could deal directly with registrant rights, others would not ,and some
certainly would fall in the category of additional requirements on
I agree that the SSAC advisories could be a good source of topics. I
suspect we do not have anyone from SSAC on our subteam. Would anyone be
in a position to look through these? I note from
tm that there are actually only 3 advisories (along with 6 reports) that
deal with registration services, that would at least be the place to
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On Behalf Of Holly Raiche
Sent: Wednesday, November 11, 2009 7:34 PM
Cc: Doug Brent; Kurt Pritz
Subject: Re: [gnso-raa-dt] FW: Expected staff inputs to RAA Working
I have had a look at the comments so far - largely from Doug and Danny -
thanks to both. I have done just a short set of notes to move the
discussion along. The intention is to first ask what are we doing.
Looking at the input, there are issues that might fit into the Charter
we are supposed to be working on - but a lot of important issues that
look more like requirements on registrars. And I've grouped the issues
into three categories
First - compliance what does it mean, what are the penalties and costs,
and what is provided for in the RAA
Next - suggestions on issues that might fir into a Rights charter
finally - issues that look more like additional requirements on
And a suggestion - should be go through the SAC advisories as well to
see what else might be picked up?
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