RE: [council] Request to Provide Input to Issue Report on Introduction of IDN ccTLDs
- To: "Avri Doria" <avri@xxxxxxx>, "Council GNSO" <council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: [council] Request to Provide Input to Issue Report on Introduction of IDN ccTLDs
- From: "Gomes, Chuck" <cgomes@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2007 09:55:16 -0500
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- Thread-topic: [council] Request to Provide Input to Issue Report on Introduction of IDN ccTLDs
That is not what I concluded but that would be a good point to clarify.
From: owner-council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Avri Doria
Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2007 9:48 AM
To: Council GNSO
Subject: Re: [council] Request to Provide Input to Issue Report on Introduction
of IDN ccTLDs
But isn't this comment forum about the entire PDP? While some of the issues
apply, others don't and the general emphasis is wrong.
Two comments come p:
- are you advocating that we not send the appeal to the Board?
- are you proposing that the council, as a group, send a comment on the ccNSO
PDP? If so, perhaps the same group that wrote the proposed appeal to the board
could revise it into a form that is appropriate for this call for comments.
On 20 dec 2007, at 08.34, Gomes, Chuck wrote:
> This comment forum may be an appropriate place for the letter
> currently under consideration regarding the IDNC.
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> Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2007 6:18 AM
> To: 'Council GNSO'
> Subject: [council] Request to Provide Input to Issue Report on
> Introduction of IDN ccTLDs
> [To: council[at]gnso.icann.org; liaison6c[at]gnso.icann.org]
> [To: ga[at]gnso.icann.org; announce[at]gnso.icann.org]
> [To: regional-liaisons[at]icann.org]
> A request to Provide Input to the Issue Report on Introduction of IDN
> ccTLDs has been posted at
> The comment period ends at 25th January 2008.
> At its meeting on 2 October 2007, the ccNSO Council resolved to call
> for an Issue Report to examine the need for a Policy Development
> (ccPDP) to consider:
> 1. Whether Article IX of the ICANN bylaws applies to IDN ccTLDs
> associated with the ISO 3166-1 two letter codes, and if it does not
> then to establish if Article IX should apply.
> 2. Whether the ccNSO should launch a PDP to develop the policy for
> the selection and delegation of IDN ccTLDs associated with the ISO
> 3166-1 two-letter codes.
> The Council requested that, in preparing the Issue Report, the Issue
> Manager identify policies, procedures, and/or by-laws that should be
> reviewed and, as necessary revised, in connection with the development
> and implementation of any IDN ccTLD policy.
> The Council, also at the 2 October meeting, appointed Bart Boswinkel
> as Issue Manager by the ccNSO Council, responsible for producing the
> Issue Report.
> The ccNSO Council has asked Bart Boswinkel to consider, in preparing
> the Issue Report and in proposing a time line for conducting each
> stage of the ccPDP, the joint ccNSO GAC Issues Paper, the technical
> limitations and requirements including the IDNA Guidelines, and any
> other matters that the Issue Manager considers to be of relevance,
> which includes the intermediate results and final outcome of the work
> of the IDNC Working Group ("fast track approach").
> To identify matters that are potentially relevant to the Issues
> Report, a comment period will open on 19 December 2007 and close on
> 25 January 2008. Comments can be submitted via email and will be
> archived for public review. The email address for comments and link to
> the archive will be published at the opening of the comment period.
> Submit comments to idn-cctld-issues@xxxxxxxxx.
> View comments at http://forum.icann.org/lists/idn-cctld-issues/.
> In raising matters for consideration, it will be most helpful if you
> 1. State your name and affiliation;
> 2. Briefly identify the issue, concern, or idea you want to raise;
> 3. Explain what the issue, concern, or idea;
> 4. Explain your specific interest in the matter raised;
> 5. Indicate why you think it is within the scope of the questions
> raised by the ccNSO Council (see above) .
> It would be most helpful if you also identify any relevant publicly
> available documentation, for future reference.
> Please note that it is not necessary at this stage to make suggestions
> to resolve any issues relating to an overall policy or answer any
> Glen de Saint Géry
> GNSO Secretariat - ICANN