Re: [nc-whois] Survey review ....Meeting - Thurs 6th Sept - 1800hrs
I'll be arriving on September 4th or 5th. I could attend on 6th. Anyway we should find the slot time after this initial face to face meeting, since the ALSC is planning to schedule meeting on lunch and afternoon hours (12:00-14:00 and 17:00-19:00).
Oscar A. Robles Garay
NIC-Mexico Top Level Domain .MX http://www.nic.mx
On Fri, 27 Jul 2001, Paul M. Kane wrote:
> Thank you YJ.....
> With the survey in 5 different languages, (English, French, Spanish,
> Russian, Japanese) I anticipate (and hope) many comments will be in the
> respondent's native language rather than just english! - we are trying
> to remove the language barrier to encourage participation in our WHOIS
> Like you I think we all want to ensure we understand all comments
> correctly as a consequence we will need additional translation time.....
> Due to the complexity and the need to take progressing the issue slowly,
> we have not yet set a date for the publication of our final report. At
> the ICANN meeting we need to have a WHOIS committee meeting to determine
> how we should review the information.
> I would like to schedule a meeting of the WHOIS Committee before (and
> possibly after - for feedback) the Constituency meetings to discuss the
> review process itself.
> May I propose we hold our first face to face meeting on THURSDAY 6th
> September at 1800 hours. Meet at the Front Reception of the Radisson
> If any WHOIS Committee member is unable to make that proposed time,
> please advise soonest
> "YJ Park (MINC)" wrote:
> > Paul, It sounds very challenging. Supporting your proposal here I
> > would like to emphasizethat the access to information needs to be
> > allowed asap,if this is DNSO responsibilities. As non-native speakers
> > of English, you can understand Idefinitely need more time to review
> > such enormous info. Thank you,YJ
> > First of all may I thank all Committee members who have
> > responded either publicly or privately to my earlier mails.
> > May I seek your support for the following proposal:
> > * We extend the closure of the Comment Period until the
> > 14th August to ensure all those who want to participate
> > in this consultation are able to do so.
> > * We ask ICANN to make available to the whole community
> > (via the web) all comments submitted - but not to
> > associate the comments with the identity of the author.
> > * All Committee members have access to all the
> > information including (in confidence) the identity of
> > the author.
> > * In advance of Montevideo we ask ICANN to tabulate the
> > results of the survey, including the country of the
> > respondent, as an overview.... please note the survey
> > was not a "poll"... so we may present some preliminary
> > findings to the ICANN meeting....
> > * We schedule a face to face meeting whilst in Montevideo
> > of all WHOIS Committee Members in attendance.... and
> > discuss how we propose to review the data in light of
> > the our preliminary examination.
> > FYI, the GAC will be discussing the WHOIS issue/survey at
> > their Montevideo meeting.
> > Best regards
> > Paul
> > WHOIS Committee Chair