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RE: [council] NC teleconf agenda - July 24, 2002


Philip
I now have an internal commitment that I'm unable to defer on the 24th.
Hopefully this should only prevent my attendance on the call for part of the
time, although currently I'm unable to specify when. For the period I'll be
missing I pass my proxy to Tony Harris first and then Greg Ruth.

Apologies for this situation, but its outside of my control.

Tony

-----Original Message-----
From: DNSO Secretariat [mailto:DNSO.secretariat@dnso.org]
Sent: 22 July 2002 09:05
To: council
Subject: [council] NC teleconf agenda - July 24, 2002


[ http://www.dnso.org/dnso/notes/20020724.NCteleconf-agenda.html ]

[To: council@dnso.org]

ICANN/DNSO
DNSO Names Council Teleconference on 24 July 2002 - agenda

Dial in number: + 1 610-769-9240 (U.S. number)
Passcode: Names Council
Conference Leader: Philip Sheppard
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Coordinated Universal Time UTC 13:00 - see below for local times

Philip Sheppard will be chairing the NC teleconference.
Scheduled time for meeting - 120 mins.

PROPOSED NAMES COUNCIL AGENDA July 24, 2002

1. Approval of Agenda

2. Summary of last meeting
http://www.dnso.org/dnso/notes/20020711.NCteleconf-minutes.html

3. Wait Listing Service - report and vote to adopt

4. ICANN Reform and proposed resolution
http://www.dnso.org/temp/20020711.NCproposedResolution-draft.html

5. Status of 2002 fees - update on responses to questions
- Registrars to confirm payment has indeed been made
- ISPCPC - to provide a date when payment should be expected
- Non-commercials - to confirm that all the necessary invoices have been
sent and that efforts will continue to collect fees.
- gTLD reggistries - to confirm the Constituencies intent to pay 2002 fees,
and if the intent is positive to provide a date when payment should be
expected

6. Fees and voting status ccTLDs

7. AOB

Note:

Proposed next Names Council teleconference: Thursday, August 1, at 15.00
Paris Time, UTC 13:00
See http://www.dnso.org/dnso/notes/2002.NC-calendar.html

(6:00 LA, 9:00 New York, 15:00 Paris, Japan/ Korea 22:00, 23:00 Melbourne)
Local time between April and October, Summer in the Northern Hemisphere



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  Reference (Coordinated Universal Time)     UTC         13:00
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  California, USA                            UTC-8+1DST   6:00
  Monterrey, Mexico                          UTC-6+1DST   8:00
  Lima, Peru                                 UTC-5+0DST   8:00
  Washington DC, USA                   (EST) UTC-5+1DST   9:00
  St.Thomas, Virgin Islands                  UTC-4+0DST   9:00
  Buenos Aires, Argentina                    UTC-3+0DST  10:00
  London, United Kingdom                     UTC+0+1DST  14:00
  Brussels, Belgium                    (CET) UTC+1+1DST  15:00
  Barcelona, Spain                     (CET) UTC+1+1DST  15:00
  Frankfurt, Germany                   (CET) UTC+1+1DST  15:00
  Paris, France                        (CET) UTC+1+1DST  15:00
  Jerusalem, Israel                          UTC+2+1DST  16:00
  Seoul, Korea                               UTC+9+0DST  22:00
  Tokyo, Japan                               UTC+9+0DST  22:00
  Melbourne, Australia                      UTC+10+0DST  23:00
  Auckland, New Zealand                     UTC+12+0DST  01:00 (Friday)
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  The DST starts/ends on last Sunday of October (with some exceptions)
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  For other places see http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/



The full participants are the 21 NC members as listed in
http://www.dnso.org/constituency/ncmembers.html,
DNSO Secretariat and ICANN Officers.

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                 Information from:   DNSO Names Council




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