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RE: [council] FW: [Soac-infoalert] CCT Review Team Endorsement Process - DUE 17 DECEMBER

  • To: WUKnoben <wolf-ulrich.knoben@xxxxxxxxxxx>, Bladel James <jbladel@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: RE: [council] FW: [Soac-infoalert] CCT Review Team Endorsement Process - DUE 17 DECEMBER
  • From: "McGrady, Paul D." <PMcGrady@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 24 Nov 2015 14:44:59 +0000
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  • Thread-topic: [council] FW: [Soac-infoalert] CCT Review Team Endorsement Process - DUE 17 DECEMBER

Thanks Wolf-Ulrich.  I’d like to understand why we would limit our nominations 
to just one applicant per Stakeholder group for a total of 4 from the GNSO.  
Are the other SOs and ACs adopting the same limitations?  Is this an ICANN 
requirement?  It seems to me that the GNSO will be disproportionately affected 
by the outcomes of the CCT Review, so unless self-limiting is required, I guess 
I don’t see the upside and would prefer to endorse as many candidates as 
possible and just have the various groups lobby one level up for their people.  
Thanks in advance for your thoughts on this!


Paul D. McGrady Jr.


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From: owner-council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On 
Behalf Of WUKnoben
Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2015 4:20 AM
To: Bladel James
Cc: GNSO Council List
Subject: Fw: [council] FW: [Soac-infoalert] CCT Review Team Endorsement Process 

Hi James,

by picking this up: could you please make reference to my email from 21 Nov 
with respect to the process? As time is short – and Thanksgiving is close – I 
wonder whether the council agrees to the process suggested.

I’ve already alerted the CSG and am confident to receive some input.

Best regards


From: Marika Konings<mailto:marika.konings@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2015 3:22 AM
To: Council<mailto:council@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [council] FW: [Soac-infoalert] CCT Review Team Endorsement Process - 

For your information.

<soac-infoalert-bounces@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:soac-infoalert-bounces@xxxxxxxxx>> on 
behalf of Charla Shambley 
Date: Monday 23 November 2015 20:01
To: "'soac-infoalert@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:'soac-infoalert@xxxxxxxxx>'" 
Cc: Eleeza Agopian <eleeza.agopian@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:eleeza.agopian@xxxxxxxxx>>, 
Margie Milam <Margie.Milam@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:Margie.Milam@xxxxxxxxx>>
Subject: [Soac-infoalert] CCT Review Team Endorsement Process - DUE 17 DECEMBER

Dear SO/AC leaders,

We are pleased to report that we received 72 applications from individuals 
interested in serving on the next review team under the Affirmation of 
Commitments (AoC) that will examine the impact of new gTLDS in the areas of 
competition, consumer trust and consumer choice (CCT).  Before final selection 
of the CCT Review Team is completed by the ICANN CEO and the GAC Chair,  we are 
seeking endorsements from any SO/AC for those 
applicants<https://www.icann.org/resources/reviews/aoc/cct/applications> who 
have expressed an interest to serve as their representatives.

If you choose to endorse an applicant, please send your endorsements by email 
to reviews@xxxxxxxxx<mailto:reviews@xxxxxxxxx> by  the updated deadline of 17 
December at 23:59 UTC.

In order to help with the endorsement process, below are answers to some 
frequently asked questions:

Is there a set allocation for SO/AC representatives?  Under the AoC, there is 
no set allocation per SO/AC or per stakeholder group, nor is there a maximum 
for total size of the review team.

How Many Members Will be on the Review Team?  There is no set number of 
volunteers for the Review Team.  However, keep in mind that the review team 
should be comprised of members that collectively have  expertise covering the 
wide range of topics that are within the mandate of this review team.   Past 
AoC review teams were comprised of approximately 16 members.

What Were the Criteria for Applicants?  The call for 
 lists the criteria that we were looking for.  The composition should be based 
on several factors, including:

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