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Re: [nc-whois] Draft WHOIS Committee Agenda


Thank you for your work.
This sounds reasonable and well-thought.

> I am hoping to be able to send you a summary of the Survey
> in advance of the meeting (still being tabulated),

We believe that your summary will be of help however, I am still
wondering when committee members can get raw data rather
than processed summary.

See you on August 6, 18:00 Raddison Reception.

----- Original Message -----
From: Paul M. Kane
To: WHOIS Committee - DNSO
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2001 5:25 AM
Subject: [nc-whois] Draft WHOIS Committee Agenda

Dear WHOIS Committee members
We are scheduled to have our first F2F meeting of the WHOIS Committee on
Thursday 6th September at 1800hrs Raddison Reception.  To have a productive
meeting in advance of the Constituency briefings on Friday, I am hoping to
be able to send you a summary of the Survey in advance of the meeting (still
being tabulated), but in the interim here is a draft Agenda....
Any other comments/issues we should consider so we can finalize the

Draft Agenda
1) Elect scribe
2) Approve Agenda
3) Formulating the review
     a) Establish agreement on how to categorise.
     b) Select approach to facilitate review:
     i) Divide into small teams to review approx. 500  randomly selected
     each team of 2.
     ii) Work individually and review 250  randomly selected comments
     iii) Separate roughly in terms of industry sector, and cross reference
     industry reports with specific comments then merge the 7 reports
    iv) other
4) Layout of the report
               Executive Summary.
 Background / Set stage for what the survey does/doesn't do
               Survey information
Interesting anomalies
Clear / consensus responses
Areas where more work is necessary
Suggestions as to the form of that additional work.
How to take the WHOIS issue to the next phase and what forum
Any further action items
5)  Timetable discussion.
6)  AoB

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