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GNSO Council Rome Meeting Agenda

Last Updated:
22 October 2018

Proposed GNSO Council Agenda Wednesday , March 3, 2004

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

Coordinated Universal Time UTC 15:00 - see below for local times
(7:00am Los Angeles, 10:00am Washington DC, 15:00 London, 2:00am (next day) Melbourne )

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

Dial-in number sent individually to each Council member who has notified their absence

Item 1: Approval of Agenda

Item 2: Approval of minutes of last meeting
- 19 February 2004
- Actions arising

Item 3: Update on WHOIS task forces (30 mins)
Receive an update from the WHOIS task force chairs
- key outcomes from workshops
- assess current level of consensus
- possible recommendations

Item 4: Update on PDP for approval process for gtld registry changes (30 mins)
Receive an update from the GNSO Committee chair (Bruce Tonkin)
- key outcomes from workshops - assess current level of consensus
- possible recommendations

Item 5: GNSO 2004 planning (60 mins)
- what are the measurable outcomes we are seeking from ICANN for 2004 given its current level of resourcing
- ie how do we measure success from policy work? (examples may include establishing a baseline for current number of transfer complaints to ICANN, and seeking to reduce that by some percentage, or establishing a baseline for WHOIS data accuracy, and seeking to improve that etc)
- what are the priority areas for further work

Note the following ranked list of priorities was discussed in the meeting of 29 October 2003:
(1) registry services (2) WHOIS (3) new gtlds (4) enforcement (5) UDRP
Marc Schneiders has also suggested considering policy aspects associated with possible re-assignment of the .net gtld.

Item 6: Any other business

(7::00 LA, 10:00 New York, 16:00 Paris, 00:00 midnight Thursday 4 March Japan/Korea,, 04:00 Melbourne, Thursday 4 March
Local time between October and March, Winter in the NORTHERN hemisphere
Reference (Coordinated Universal Time) UTC 15:00
California, USA UTC-8+0DST 7:00
Mexico City, Mexico UTC-6+0DST 9:00
Irving, Texas (CST) UTC-6+0DST 9:00
Washington DC, USA (EST) UTC-5+0DST 10:00
Buenos Aires, Argentina UTC-3+0DST 12:00noon
Sao Paulo, Brazil UTC-3+1DST 12:00noon
London, United Kingdom UTC+0+0DST 15:00
Brussels, Belgium (CET) UTC+1+0DST 16:00
Barcelona, Spain (CET) UTC+1+0DST 16:00
Karlsruhe, Germany (CET) UTC+1+0DST 16:00
Stockholm, Sweden (CET) UTC+1+0DST 16:00
Paris, France (CET) UTC+1+0DST 16:00
Zeist, Netherlands (CET) UTC +1+0DST 16:00
Seoul, Korea UTC+9+0DST midnight Thursday
Melbourne, Australia UTC+10+1DST 2:00 Thursday
Auckland, Wellington, New Zealand UTC+12+1DST 4:00 Thursday
The DST starts/ends on last Sunday of March 2004, 2:00 or 3:00 local time (with exceptions)
For other places see