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RE: [council] NC telecon, 8 Feb 2001 (5:00 LA, 9:00 New York,14: 00 Paris), agenda

Why was the time for this call changed?  We all agreed that telecons should
be scheduled between 6:00 am and 11:00 pm local time.  Thus, this call
should be scheduled for the same time as the last Jan 24, 2001, telecon,
i.e., 13:00 LA, 16:00 New York, 22:00 CET, 6:00 next day Japan/Korea, 8:00

-----Original Message-----
From: DNSO Secretariat [mailto:DNSO.Secretariat@dnso.org]
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2001 6:08 AM
To: council@dnso.org
Subject: [council] NC telecon, 8 Feb 2001 (5:00 LA, 9:00 New York, 14:00
Paris), agenda

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[ cf. http://www.dnso.org/dnso/notes/20010208.NCtelecon-agenda.html ]


       DNSO Names Council Teleconference on 8 February 2001 - agenda

29 January 2001.

The NC teleconference on 8 February will discuss items which could not be
considered on 24 January call because of lack of time.

Date, time, phones and webcast

  1. The Names Council teleconference will be held on 8 February at the
     following time:

  (5:00 LA, 8:00 US East Coast, 14:00 CET, 22:00 Japan/Korea, 24:00
      Local time between November and end March, WINTER in the NORTH
      Reference (Coordinated Universal Time)     UTC         13:00
      California, USA                            UTC-8+0DST   5:00
      Missouri, USA                              UTC-6+0DST   7:00
      Monterrey, Mexico                          UTC-6+0DST   7:00
      Washington DC, USA                   (EST) UTC-5+0DST   8:00
      St.Thomas, Virgin Islands                  UTC-4+0DST   9:00
      Santiago, Chile                            UTC-4+1DST  10:00 since 15
      Buenos Aires, Argentina                    UTC-3+0DST  10:00
      Nouakchott, Mauritania                     UTC+0+0DST  13:00
      London, United Kingdom                     UTC+0+0DST  13:00
      Brussels, Belgium                    (CET) UTC+1+0DST  14:00
      Barcelona, Spain                     (CET) UTC+1+0DST  14:00
      Frankfurt, Germany                   (CET) UTC+1+0DST  14:00
      Paris, France                        (CET) UTC+1+0DST  14:00
      Seoul, Korea                               UTC+9+0DST  22:00
      Tokyo, Japan                               UTC+9+0DST  22:00
      Melbourne, Australia                      UTC+10+1DST  24:00 since 27
      The DST starts/ends on last Sunday of March (with some exceptions)
      For other places see http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/

  2. The teleconference bridge will be provided by (TBD)

  3. The NC will not be webcast due to budget constraints.

          Dial in number: (TBD)

          Passcode: (TBD)

          Conference leader: (TBD)

          Conference moderator: (TBD)

          10 ports "listen only" will be reserved for remote

          The full participants are the 18 NC members as listed in
          http://www.dnso.org/constituency/ncmembers.html, DNSO
          Secretariat and ICANN Officers

          The conference Scribe will be Maca Jamin

Agenda and related documents

Philip Sheppard will be chairing the NC teleconference.

Schduled time for meeting -120 mins. Allotted time - 100 mins.

  1. Budget Committee - revisiting the recommendation on 2001 budget and
     constituency contributions (Roger Cochetti) - 30 mins
        o Status of Constituencies Contributions to the DNSO for 1999 and

  2. Review Process.
        o NC Review Task Force update and timetable (Theresa Swinehart) - 10
        o Working Group - clarification on deadlines, clarification of terms
          of reference (YJ Park - 10 mins)

          Documents referenced in

  3. Establishment of an NC task force on WhoIs? policy issues (Paul Kane) -
     10 mins

  4. ccTLD relations (Peter de Blanc - 15 mins)
        o Is the DNSO channel an adequate place for ccTLD ?
        o Shall ccTLD build up a separate organization within ICANN, such as
          an SO?
        o Shall ccTLD build up a separate organization outside of ICANN,
          such as an Advisory Group?

  5. New TLDs (ICANN staff) - 10 min
        o Update on negotiations on new TLDs and explanation of means of
          charter enforcement

  6. Non-commercial constituency - results and implications of the
     constituency vote on four resolutions made at the constituency's Marina
     del Rey meeting. (Dany Vandromme) - 10 mins
        o http://www.dnso.org/clubpublic/council/Arc04/msg00618.html
        o http://www.dnso.org/clubpublic/council/Arc04/msg00619.html (4-new
        o http://www.dnso.org/clubpublic/council/Arc04/msg00620.html
        o http://www.dnso.org/clubpublic/council/Arc04/msg00621.html
          (7-freedom of speach)

  7. Request from GA for NC to consider an Individuals Constituency (YJ) 5
     mins (see supporting document from Ken Stubbs)
        o http://www.dnso.org/clubpublic/council/Arc04/msg00527.html Ken
          Stubb note

Next NC teleconference will be held on 26 February 2001

                 Information from:   DNSO Names Council

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