GNSO Council Luxembourg Agenda

Last Updated: 25 August 2009
12 July 2005

Draft Agenda for GNSO Council meeting in Luxembourg Tuesday, July 12, 2005

This agenda was established according to the Rules of Procedure for the GNSO Council

Coordinated Universal Time UTC 15:00
(8:00 LA, 11:00 Washington DC, 16:00 London, 17:00 Luxembourg, 01:00 Wednesday Melbourne)

Bruce Tonkin will be chairing the GNSO Council meeting
Scheduled time for meeting - 120 mins.

Dial-in number sent individually to each absent Council member.

Item 1: Approval of minutes
GNSO Council meeting 23 June 2005

Item 2: Staff report
- current areas of work - WHOIS, new gtlds, transfers, IDNs

Item 3: Consideration of revised consensus recommendation with respect
to improving notification and consent for the use of contact data in the
Whois system

Item 4: Consideration of Final report on the process for use by ICANN in
considering requests for consent and related contractual amendments to
allow changes in the architecture operation of a gTLD registry.

Item 5: Approval of voting rules for combined WHOIS task force

Item 6: new gtlds
- next steps

Item 7: Discussion of ICANN operational/budget plan

Item 8: Any other business

(8:00 LA, 11:00 New York, 17:00 Luxembourg, 01:00 Wednesday Melbourne)
Local time between April and October, Summer in the NORTHERN hemisphere
Reference (Coordinated Universal Time) UTC 15:00
California, USA UTC-8+1DST 8:00
Monterrey, Mexico UTC-6+1DST 10:00
Irving, Texas (CST) UTC-6+1DST 10:00
Washington DC, USA (EST) UTC-5+1DST11:00
Buenos Aires, Argentina UTC-3+0DST 12:00
London, United Kingdom UTC+0+1DST 16:00
Brussels, Belgium (CET) UTC+1+1DST 17:00
Karlsruhe, Germany (CET) UTC+1+1DST 17:00
Zeist, Netherlands (CET) UTC +1+1DST 17:00
Stockholm, Sweden (CET) UTC+1+1DST 17:00
Phnom Penh, Cambodia UTC+7+0DST 22:00
Melbourne, Australia UTC+10+0DST 01:00 Wednesday 13 July
Auckland, New Zealand UTC+12+0DST 03:00 Wednesday 13 July
The DST starts/ends on last Sunday of October 2005, 2:00 or 3:00 local time (with exceptions)
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