RE: [council] GNSO Council Meeting 5 Feb 2004 - CANCELLED
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- From: "Cade,Marilyn S - LGCRP" <mcade@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2004 07:31:33 -0500
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Bruce, can I ask that you add three agenda items to our next Council meeting.
-Time frames for deliverables to Council
-Staff Support to Council
-Review of PDP Process
On the last item, I do not suggest that we undertake a review of the PDP
process at this time; however, I do suggest that Council think ahead about when
it would be appropriate to assess the present PDP and identify any needed
modifications, since Board approval is required. IF the end of 2004 is the
right time, then we should be keeping some form of documentation of the
challenges encountered by TFs as they try to work under the present PDP
process, its timeframes, and processes, to create consensus policy.
Marilyn S. Cade
AT&T Law & Government Affairs
1120 20th Street, NW, Suite 1000N
Washington, DC 20036
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Subject: [council] GNSO Council Meeting 5 Feb 2004 - CANCELLED
Bruce Tonkin wrote: mercredi 4 fevrier 2004 05:46
The next GNSO Council meeting was scheduled for 5 Feb 2004.
The main item on the agenda was to discuss a summary of the constituency
positions on the approval process for gTLD service changes. This
summary has not yet been completed, although I understand from the ICANN
Staff Manager (Barbara Roseman) that it will be in the next 24 hours.
We need at least 7 days to consider such a summary (which should
identify areas of agreement and disagreement and identify the beginnings
of a draft process).
So the meeting for 5 Feb 2004 has been CANCELLED.
The next scheduled meeting is set for 19 Feb 2004.
Hopefully we can have some further discussion via the email list on the
approval process before then, once we have access to the summary.