ICANN/DNSO

DNSO General Assembly Melbourne Meeting on 11 March 2001 - agenda


2 March 2001

From Roberto Gaetano, GA Chair

Date, time and webcast
  1. The DNSO General Assembly meeting in Melbourne, Australia, will be held on Sunday, 11 March 2001, 09:00 - 12:00, [@ MECC].

    (former day 13:00 Los Angeles, 16:00 New York, 22:00 UTC, 23:00 Paris)

    Please visit http://www.icann.org/melbourne/ for details about all ICANN meetings (schedule, agendas, meeting rooms, hotels, visas, etc).

  2. The NC will be webcast by Berkman Center, thanks to Ben Edelman edelman@law.harvard.edu

    Access will be via http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/icann/melbourne/ as usual.
    Requires RealPlayer 5.0 or later and a 14.4Kbps or faster modem.

Agenda

  1. Administrivia: (@09:00)

    • Report from the Chair (what on the list since Marina del Rey) 10 min
    • Report from Secretariat (DNSO administrivia) 10 min
    • Discussion 5 min

  2. Feedback from Constituency meetings (and WGs) (@9:30)

    • Constituency meetings (held the day before) - 4 minutes each - ccTLD
      - Commercial
      - gTLD
      - ISP
      - Non-commercial
      - Registrars
      - Trademark

    • WGs and Committees 10 min/group from 10:00
      - WG D (Business Plan and Internal Procedures for the DNSO)
      - WG Review (DNSO Review)

    • Questions/comments, 10 min

  3. Chair and Alternate Chair election (@10:30)

    Documents:
    http://www.dnso.org/dnso/notes/2001.DNSO-GAchair.html
    http://www.dnso.org/dnso/notes/2001.GA-chair-election-rules-v0 .1.html

  4. Debate on issues (@11:00)

    • - DNSO Review, 20 min Introductions to the issues of DNSO organization sought
    • - Individual Constituency, 10 min Proposals for going forward on this issue are welcomed.

  5. AOB 30 min, @11:30

    As some discussion has been going on about remote participation it may be interesting to add:
    - remote participation
    - funding for webcast (without this one the former is moot)

    Please have items ready for proposal at the start of the meeting, if possible


Information from:
DNSO GA Chair's