Re: [council] another suggestion for ACSO meeting
I share Chuck's concerns. Seems like in attempting to find the least potentially controversial topic possible, the final result is a discussion around a topic that's already history.
I'm sorry, but I am starting to think more and more that it may be time to dare ask ourselves if these ACSO sessions should be continued. Sometimes within this community that is Icann, we find it hard to say "this is actually not such a good idea" when we embark on a new initiative such as this...
Envoyé de mon iPhoneLe 21 sept. 2009 à 21:42, "Gomes, Chuck" <cgomes@xxxxxxxxxxxx> a écrit :
Thanks Avri. It is not clear to me what would be discussed with regard to IDN ccTLDs. I assume the focus would be on the fast track but, withthe exception of a few remaining technical issues, most of the topicshave been beaten to death already with little impact from what the GNSO said (e.g., contracts, fees, etc.). Would this be simply a rehashing of old issues that would have no impact in terms of Board action in Seoul?What would be the objectives of the session? Chuck-----Original Message----- From: owner-council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Avri Doria Sent: Monday, September 21, 2009 8:28 AM To: Council GNSO Subject: [council] another suggestion for ACSO meeting Hi,The conversation has continued and the following suggestions is on thetable:It is suggested that we run our ACSO session on Mondayafternoon withthe general topic being 'the introduction of IDN ccTLDs'.The reasonfor this is that current indications are that the Board maysign offon this in Seoul and it is important that each AC and SO has an opportunity to express any concerns they may have. The ACSO session would be scheduled with the staff (Tina, Kurt and team) IDN session acting as an introduction.The ACSO planning meeting is scheduled for after our meeting this week. I will add this to the status for that meeting, but am looking for feedback both on the list before the meeting or in the meeting itself. thanks a.