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RE: [registrars] Call for registrars to participate in an implementation analysis for TRANSFERS

Title: RE: [registrars] Call for registrars to participate in an implementation analysis for TRANSFERS

Bruce - I would like to volunteer for this implementation task force.  As you know, Register.com has been very involved in transfer issues.  I had worked with Ross last fall to draft a set of transfers recommendations, which make up a majority of the Transfers Report.  I have also worked substantially on the more recent transfers principles.  These days, Register.com has seen the potential compromise that protects consumers and makes transfers easier.

The ability of this implementation task force to come up with a true concensus will depend on bridging the gap between the various business models.  I believe that it is important to include on this committee the views of a large registrar such as Register.com, and particularly of one using the auto-nack model. 

Therefore, I believe that having our involvement will be beneficial to the process and important to an effective outcome.

I am prepared to devote as much time as needed. 

Best regards,

Elana Broitman

-----Original Message-----
From: Bruce Tonkin [mailto:Bruce.Tonkin@melbourneit.com.au]
Sent: Monday, December 16, 2002 3:12 PM
To: Registrars@dnso.org
Subject: [registrars] Call for registrars to participate in an
implementation analysis for TRANSFERS

Hello All,

Please notify me and the list if you wish to participate in the
implementation work on the new transfers consensus policy.  The
implementation work will analyse how to practically implement the
recommendations in the Transfer Task Force report for both com/net registry
(ie RRP) and biz/info/name (ie EPP) registries, and identify any issues with
the policy recommendations that cannot be solved in implementation.  The
work will also take into account the public comments received on the task
force report, including those principles that were posted to this list by
Chuck Gomes.

I am looking for a small team of people prepared to spend significant time
on this topic over the next month (ie several hours per week to read and
analyse material and actively contribute suggestions, plus teleconferences).
The volunteers should have a strong knowledge of the business processes of
an operational registrar, that can bring different experiences to the

The team will work with registry representatives, and the team will also
have user representatives that served on the transfers task force to ensure
that the implementation work is consistent with the intent of the policy

The outcome will be an implementation report that will be added to the
transfers task force report before it is submitted to the ICANN Board.

Bruce Tonkin

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