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FW: [registrars] Registrar Meeting - Wednesday July 21st.

To those registrars that confirmed with Mike to attend todays meeting via

Mike Palage has asked that I post the following to the list so that the
folks from the companies below can dial in.  Unfortunately, Mike is having
difficulty dialing out during his travels.

There are a limited number of lines for this call.



The dial information is:

Conference Call on 6/21/00, beginning at 8:30 a.m. (EST)

Title:  Registrar Meeting

Chair:  B. Beckwith

Toll free:  (800) 366-7242

International:  (858) 826-6707

Passcode:  9484 (then hit the # key)

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Michael D. Palage
		Sent:	Monday, June 19, 2000 8:32 AM
		To:	Registrars@Dnso.Org
		Subject:	[registrars] Registrar Meeting -
Wednesday July 21st. 

		The meeting is scheduled for two sessions: 8:30 AM till
noon and 1:30 PM
		till 5:00 PM at the

		Hyatt Regency Reston
		Reston Town Center
		1800 Presidents Street
		Reston, VA  20190
		(703) 709-1234

		NOTE: I do not have the exact meeting room at this time.
Will provide dial
		in information for telephone bride prior to meeting. Due
to the mailing list
		being open, will provide dial-in information directly to
each participant.

		Registrars Participating:

		Core (1 in person)
		NSI - the registrar (2 in person)
		Bulkregister (3 in person)
		AOL (1 in person)
		Enet Registry (2 in person)
		Register.com (1 in person, 1 via telephone bridge)
		InfoNetworks (1 in person)
		Domain Bank (2 in person)
		Paul Kane  (1 in person - Wed afternoon)
		AllWest (1 in person)
		ATC (1 in person)
		Name Engine (2 in person)
		TUCOWS (1 via teleconference)
		InfoAvenue (1 via teleconference)
		PSI-Japan (1 via teleconference)
		AIT (1 attendee - undecided in person or via
		DomainRegistry.com (1 via teleconference)
		NameSecure (1 in person)
		ENOM (1 via teleconference)
		DomainPeople (1 via teleconference)
		InterQ (1 via teleconference)


		NSI - The Registry (3 in person)
		US Department of Justice (3 in person)
		FBI (4 in person)
		ICANN Compliance Office (via teleconference)

		Listed below are the tentative agenda items. There will
be a morning session
		open to NSI the registry and the law enforcement
representatives and then a
		closed afternoon session to deal with Registrar policy


		8:30 AM - 8:45 AM  Roll call and introductions

		8:45 AM - 10:30 AM

		8:45 AM till 9:15 AM. Security Issues

		This will be an information session to discuss the issue
of domain name
		hijacking and related security issues. The session will
include both a
		technical and administrative overview session followed
by an open forum to
		discuss what possibly can be done from a technical
and/or administrative
		standpoint to address these problems.

		        8:45 AM - 9:15 AM Technical registration
overview and Q&A.

		        9:15 AM - 9:45 AM Legal overview of potential
causes of actions and

		        9:45 AM - 10:30 AM Roundtable discussion

		10:30 AM - 10:45 AM Break

		10:45 AM - Noon

		Transfer Issues: I have been hearing nightmare stories
from many of the
		registrars. I feel it is important to get everyone in
the room and sort out
		fact from fiction.

		Registry Update: Time permitting before the lunch break.
I would like the
		Registry personnel to give the registrars an update on
where the SRS
		software is at and what enhancement are in the

		Afternoon Session: This will be closed to registrars
only to handling
		various internal policies and issues.

		1:30 PM - 2:15 PM  The property v. service debate: What
is it that ICANN
		registrars do, sell a product or provide a service. Phil
Sbarbaro will
		present a 15 min. presentation prior to a open forum
discussion on this

		2:15 PM - 3:15 PM The future of the Registrar

		Registrar Constituency Funding, what are the objectives,
goals and future
		structure of the constituency?

		3:15 PM - 3:45 PM New gTLDS

		What will be the Registrars (individual and/or
collective) response to the
		ICANN Staff report on new gTLDs (see report now
available at the ICANN web
		site). Map out a plan of attack for the upcoming
Yokohama meeting.

		3:45 PM - 5:00 PM Code of Conduct fact-finding session.

		The information and ideas circulated during this session
will be forwarded
		to Richard Lindsey and the Code of Conduct Task Force
for their
		consideration in Yokohama. This session will be for the
benefit of those
		registrars that will not be able to participate in

		Any questions or comments send me an e-mail or call me
on the phone +1(561)


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