Re: [ga] Reminder: Pulic comment on dot Org report
I'm confused about the announcement below and the current comment period. As
most of you know, typically the public comment period takes place before the
NC vote. After the NC vote but before the ICANN Board deliberation and vote,
we also typically have another ICANN-wide (as opposed to SO-specific) public
comment period. So this post-NC vote, DNSO-sponsored comment period is new.
What exactly is the posture of the current .org report. Wasn't it adopted?
What will the NC do with the comments received? Will the NC vote again? Will
there still be another comment period before the Board vote, or is this the
Many thanks for any clarifications,
DNSO Secretariat wrote:
> [To: firstname.lastname@example.org; Council@dnso.org]
> [email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org]
> This is reminder that the .ORG Task Force report endorsed by the Names
> Council is now open for public comment.
> The public comment period closes on Friday 1 February.
> 1. The attached report of the .ORG Task Force on policy advice to the ICANN
> Board of Directors has recently be endorsed by the Names Council of the
> 2. Public comment on the report is invited for a period of 14 days starting
> on 18th January ending on 1st February.
> E-mail address for public comments email@example.com .
> Posted comments will be forwarded to the ICANN BoD
> 3. Minority views are invited from DNSO Constituencies for a period of 14
> days which will be forwarded to the ICANN BoD along with the report.
> Thank you for your cooperation,
> DNSO Secretariat
> DNSO Secretariat
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