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Re: [gnso-trans-pdp] Drafting group, IRTP PDP Transfer Denial Reasons Clarification, preparation for first conference call

  • To: Olof Nordling <olof.nordling@xxxxxxxxx>, "gnso-trans-pdp@xxxxxxxxx" <gnso-trans-pdp@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: Re: [gnso-trans-pdp] Drafting group, IRTP PDP Transfer Denial Reasons Clarification, preparation for first conference call
  • From: "Mike O'Connor" <mike@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 09 May 2008 18:59:48 -0500


hi all,

thanks for pulling this together Olof.

have we landed on a time for the May 15 call? looking at Glen's little scheduling gizmo, it looks like 1400 GMT is the winner so far. is that where we're headed?

m

At 05:29 PM 5/8/2008, Olof Nordling wrote:
Dear all,
Welcome to the drafting group, first of all!
Second, to those who have joined very recently, please check out my previous email to the group, attached. Third, as promised by Glen, please find a suggested agenda for our conference call next Thursday below. Fourth, as additional background, please find (further below) relevant excerpts from the minutes of the April 17 GNSO Council meeting, launching this group. Fifth, comments on the list would be useful also before next Thursday ? we do have a rather tight schedule ahead of us.
Very best regards
Olof

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Suggested agenda for call Thursday 15 May

1.       Opening of meeting
2.       Appointment of chair (any volunteer? Please!)
3.       Agenda bashing
4.       Time plan (aiming for Council decision in Paris)
5.       Reason #5 ? discussion and choice of base text for drafting
6.       Reason #7 ? discussion and choice of base text for drafting
7.       Reason #8 ? discussion and choice of base text for drafting
8.       Reason #9 ? discussion and choice of base text for drafting
9.       AOB

Excerpt from minutes of April 17 GNSO Council Meeting

Item 8: Discussion on how to complete deliberations on the <http://gnso.icann.org/drafts/final-report-irt-policy-09apr08.pdf%20>Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Policy Development Process (IRTP PDP) ? Denial Definitions

Olof Nordling reported that the <http://gnso.icann.org/drafts/final-report-irt-policy-09apr08.pdf%20>Final Report had been delivered before the due date and proposed a drafting group be formed to review the suggestions from constituency reports and public comments to make recommendations on final language that the Council could consider.

Chuck Gomes supported Olof Nordling's suggestion and believed that good registrar as well as registry participation was important, but that the drafting group membership should be open.

Avri Doria drew attention to the difference, as has been the custom to date, between the notion of a drafting team, a short term, ad hoc group with no formal charter and open participation, and a working group with a formal charter and procedures.

The ultimate goal of the drafting group will be to propose policy changes that would remove the current ambiguity for the reasons for the denial of transfers among registrars.

Avri Doria moved a motion to:

Create a drafting team charged with producing a recommendation for Council deliberation that includes precise wording for the 4 provisions for reason for denial of <http://gnso.icann.org/drafts/final-report-irt-policy-09apr08.pdf>Inter-Registrar transfers. Drafting team is open to participants from all constituencies, Nominating Committee appointees and liaisons to the GNSO Council.

The motion carried unanimously by voice vote.

Decision 2: The GNSO Council approved the creation of a drafting team charged with producing a recommendation for Council deliberation that includes precise wording for the 4 provisions for reason for denial of<http://gnso.icann.org/drafts/final-report-irt-policy-09apr08.pd> Inter-Registrar transfers. Drafting team is open to participants from all constituencies, Nominating Committee appointees and liaisons to the GNSO Council.

Action Item:

Avri Doria proposed:

- working with Olof Nordling, the drafting group's staff support, to develop a time line that will allow for a public comment period and the issue to be voted on during the June 2008 ICANN meetings in Paris. - a Wiki will be set up and the group will use the mailing list archived at <http://forum.icann.org/lists/gnso-trans-pdp/>http://forum.icann.org/lists/gnso-trans-pdp/ with a modified set of subscribers
- the drafting group should elect a chair from among the participants

From: Olof Nordling <olof.nordling@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "'gnso-trans-pdp@xxxxxxxxx'" <gnso-trans-pdp@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Apr 2008 02:44:50 -0700
Subject: Drafting group - PDP on transfer denial reasons
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Dear all,
Thanks for joining this group! Others may still join, so let's have a "soft launch" by noting that there is useful background reading in the Final Report, posted at:
http://gnso.icann.org/drafts/final-report-irt-policy-09apr08.pdf
In particular, if you want a quick intro, chapter 7 "Conclusions" gives an overview and chapter 5 "Constituency views per issue" provides more details.

Also, I've compiled a table, attached, with the current texts of the provisions, the "Points of Clarification document" (annexed to the Final Report) suggestions and also proposed new texts, as supplied by two constituencies. Please check it out and we can have an email dialogue on this list as to whether that's useful as a starting point.

Very best regards

Olof

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Olof Nordling
Manager, Policy Development Coordination
ICANN


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