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WHOIS Task Force 1 minutes

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WHOIS Task Force 1 Teleconference February 17 , 2004 - Minutes

ATTENDEES:

GNSO Constituency representatives:
gTLD Registries constituency: - Jeff Neuman - Chair
Commercial and Business Users constituency - David Fares
Internet Service and Connectivity Providers constituency: - Antonio Harris
Registrars constituency - Paul Stahura
Intellectual Property Interests Constituency - John Wolfe
GNSO Secretariat: Glen de Saint Géry

Absent:
ICANN Staff Manager: Barbara Roseman - apologies
Intellectual Property Interests Constituency - Jeremy Banks - apologies
gTLD Registries constituency - David Maher - apologies
Non Commercial Users Constituency - Milton Mueller - apologies

Liaisons:
At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) liaisons - Wendy Seltzer - apologies

Jeff Neuman reported on the joint task force chair and GNSO chair call.

The basic decisions were:
(1) Bruce Tonkin will announce a call for constituency statements for each of the task forces at the GNSO Council meeting on 19 Feb. Statements due 19 March 2004. Constituencies should begin drafting their statements as soon as possible, and adjust the statements as new data comes in. It is not appropriate to wait for all possible data to arrive before starting the process.

(2) The time lines for producing the final reports will be:
March 19, 2004 - Receive Constituency Statements
April 9, 2004 - Preliminary Task Force Report
April 29, 2004 - Public Comment Period Closes
May 20, 2004 - Final Report Due

(3) Task forces should begin drafting the preliminary task force report as soon as possible and progressively update the report as the constituency statements come in. Ie begin with some initial recommendations and debate them

Jeff Neuman suggested extending the timeline for the survey responses and inviting everyone to respond, by way of the GNSO constituency liaison list and the ICANN website.

Jeff Neuman resent the non marketing contact list and urged task force members to recontact people and do personal follow up to encourage responses.

A second survey was planned to send to the registries and registrars concerning the load on their servers, what kind of mechanisms they put in place to restrict access , what effect it has etc. Milton Mueller sent a set of questions to the mailing list for Jeff Neuman, Paul Stahura and himself to work separately on.

Needs and Justifications chart
Jeff Neuman proposed putting together the input from David Maher and Wendy Seltzer.
Jeremy Banks offered to communicate with John Wolfe about the chart.
Jeff Neuman stated that it would form the basis of the workshop in Rome

The workshops in Rome would be used for:
(a) updating the community on progress - e.g 20 minutes
(b) seek further data in response to questionnaires during a public comment period - e.g 30 minutes
(c) use the remaining time to begin to draft some initial recommendations

Jeff Neuman proposed a meeting with the task force 1 members on Monday 1 March at 5:45 pm. to discuss the preparation for the workshop presentation
- Power point presentation
- needs and justification chart.

Next Call
Needs and justifications chart

Jeff Neuman thanked everyone for their presence and participation and ended the call at 16:30 UTC.

Next call: Tuesday 24 February 2004, 16:00 UTC, 11:00 EST, 8:00 Los Angeles, 17:00 CET.