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[ga] Santiago DNSO GA Schedule - Is a full day needed ?
DNSO GA Members,
The fact that the ICANN Board meeting is open to observers may
clobber my suggestion that the DNSO GA continue on the
Thursday morning - I was assuming that the ICANN Board meeting
would again be closed. My mistake.
But first things first:
Are we agreed that we need a full day for the General Assembly ?
(we will also try to use this list for reports as suggested by Bret
So far, the answer is yes - but maybe there are lots of people on
the list who have not responded.
If we need a full day, should we
(a) keep the published schedule and use the Thursday morning for
the Working Groups (after all, we can only observe the Board
meeting and not comment) ?
(b) change the schedule as has been suggested and move the
Constituency meetings to the Monday afternoon - a view has been
expressed is that it is not a problem to change flights ?
Date sent: Thu, 29 Jul 1999 11:45:31 -0400
From: Andrew McLaughlin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: RE: [ga] Re: Santiago DNSO GA Schedule
To: 'Kilnam Chon' <email@example.com>,
'Elisabeth PORTENEUVE' <Elisabeth.PORTENEUVE@cetp.ipsl.fr>,
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> Dear Kilnam:
> The Thursday ICANN Board meeting will be open to the public to observer.
> The Wednesday public meeting will be dedicated to public comment and input,
> and Board discussion; the Thursday Board meeting will be open to public
> observation and will (of course) be webcast as well.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Kilnam
> > Chon
> > Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 1999 7:49 PM
> > To: Elisabeth PORTENEUVE; Dennis.Jennings@ucd.ie; firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [ga] Re: Santiago DNSO GA Schedule
> > a few additions and inquiries;
> > 1. DNSO Working Group/Committee Meetings
> > we need one day for dnso working group and committees, and we have 6
> > now. if you see IETF, this part will need more time slots in future.
> > recommendation: hold dnso working group and committee
> > meetings on
> > monday, and optionally on thursday.
> > andrew,
> > 2. is thursday icann board meeting OPEN as stated by esther
> > at the recent
> > congressional hearing?
> > chon
> > On Wed, Jul 28, 1999 at 07:59:07PM +0200, Elisabeth PORTENEUVE wrote:
> > > Dennis and Andrew,
> > >
> > > My understanding from ICANN site is that a "general pattern"
> > > for ICANN and ICANN-related meeting entities has emerged since
> > > Singapore/Berlin.
> > >
> > > Basicaly, whatever next ICANN meeting, 4 (or more) days are needed,
> > > and the current pattern -- the one we need to correct to have
> > > it better for Los Angeles -- follows.
> > >
> > > Looking from the ccTLD perspective, and with San Jose experience,
> > > we needed, if I remember correctly:
> > > 1 morning: regional ccTLD organizations meetings
> > > 1 afternoon: ccTLD constituency meeting
> > > and it was really good to have time for a workshop about
> > > ccTLD's experience (another half a day).
> > >
> > > Pattern for Los Angeles to be improved:
> > > (Day 1) Monday:
> > > Possible meetings of some ICANN-related entities,
> > > such as Domain Name Supporting
> > > Organization (DNSO) Constituency Groups.
> > > (Day 2) Tuesday:
> > > Meeting of Governmental Advisory Committee.
> > > Meeting of DNSO Constituencies
> > > Meeting of DNSO General Assembly.
> > > Possible meeting of DNSO Names Council
> > > Possible meetings relating to Address Supportin
> > > Organization or Protocol Supporting Organization.
> > > (Day 3) Wednesday:
> > > ICANN Open Meeting (public session with the
> > > ICANN Board of Directors).
> > > (Day 4) Thursday:
> > > Meeting of the ICANN Board of Directors.
> > > Press conference.
> > >
> > > Kind regards,
> > > Elisabeth
Dennis M. Jennings
Director, Computing Services, University College Dublin.
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