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Re: [jig] Re: JIG Public session in Beijing

  • To: Bart Boswinkel <bart.boswinkel@xxxxxxxxx>, Edmon Chung <edmon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Julia Charvolen <julia.charvolen@xxxxxxxxx>, Glen de Saint Géry <Glen@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: Re: [jig] Re: JIG Public session in Beijing
  • From: Kristina Nordstrom <kristina.nordstrom@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2013 11:50:22 -0700

Hi Edmon,

I can ask the meetings team to update the schedule with the new title and
description but unfortunately I think it will be difficult to change the
time slot at this point.


From:  Bart Boswinkel <bart.boswinkel@xxxxxxxxx>
Date:  Tuesday, March 26, 2013 5:53 PM
To:  Edmon Chung <edmon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>, Julia Charvolen
<julia.charvolen@xxxxxxxxx>, Glen de Saint Géry <Glen@xxxxxxxxx>
Cc:  'Jian Zhang' <jian@xxxxxxxxx>, "jig@xxxxxxxxx" <jig@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject:  [jig] Re: JIG Public session in Beijing

Hi Edmon,
This wil overlap with the ccNSO meeting and Council meeting on Wednesday
Kind regards,

On 3/26/13 5:49 PM, "Edmon Chung" <edmon@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>  Hi Julia, Bart and Glen,
> Following up with the room allocation/schedule for the JIG sessions in
> Beijing from the discussions on the call.
> Currently the session is scheduled for:
> Joint ccNSO / GNSO IDN Working Group (JIG)
> Date: 8 April 2013 - 16:30 - 18:15
> Room: Function 8AB
> Currently, the session on Monday overlaps with the APRALO Roundtable on
> I wonder if it is possible to move it to:
> WEDNESDAY, 10 April
> 1530-1700 in Function 8AB
> Also, as sent earlier in the email to the WG mailing list and discussed
> in the call, would like to change the session title and description to:
> =======================================================================
> Acceptance of IDN TLDs: Community Recommendations for ICANN Actions
> =======================================================================
> Based on practical operational experience, not all systems (e.g.
> browsers, spam filters, registration databases, user profiles, ISPs,
> etc.) work seamlessly when new TLDs are added.  Users may experience
> failures in resolution or other issues with newer TLDs, which in turn
> impacts consumer trust on the DNS.  The issue of the Universal Acceptance
> of TLDs (Top-Level Domains) is critically related to the introduction of
> new gTLDs, as well as the introduction of IDN ccTLDs.
> This session will focus on the 4 key recommendations from the working
> group to address the issue:
> A. Recommend IDN TLD operators (including IDN ccTLD, IDN gTLD and IDN
> gTLD Accredited Registrars) to support Universal Acceptance of IDN TLDs
> in their own systems
> B. Allocate specific resources for the advocacy of Universal Acceptance
> beyond the development of informational materials and toolkits
> C. Development of informative reference materials for new IDN TLDs
> (including gTLD and ccTLD) to handle issues of Universal Acceptance
> D. Direct efforts, lead by staff, with the participation from the
> community, for further studies to investigate the scope of the issue and
> what other services or actions could be taken by ICANN to support the
> Universal Acceptance of IDN TLDs beyond outreach and awareness campaigns
> Who should attend?
> Registrars and Registries, New gTLD Applicants, New IDN ccTLDs.
> =======================================================================
> Edmon

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