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[dow1tf] Review of Action Items for Task Force

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  • Subject: [dow1tf] Review of Action Items for Task Force
  • From: "Neuman, Jeff" <Jeff.Neuman@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2004 11:56:51 -0500
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I am sending this note prior to the minutes because I would like to document
the deliverables that are due in the coming days / weeks.  Please let me
know if you have any questions.

1)  Surveys
	a)  Each member will send out the survey to its own constituency to
try to get the constituencies to circulate them to other entities and
	b)  ICANN will look into putting a notice on its website about the
	c)  Glen will look into fixing typo in last sentence of the
questionnaire (the word "our" is in there twice).
	d)  We will circulate the list of organizations to the group and
divide up the contacts so that we can follow up with them personally to
ensure that they are filling out the survey.

2)  Needs/Justification Charts:  
	a)  First draft of charts due to me by Thursday, Feb. 12th.  I will
collate them into one chart and send out to group by the weekend.
	b)  We will review chart on the next call.
	c)  Please remember to include a third column on the chart for
concerns about access to Whois.

3)  Registry/Registrar Methods for Restricting Access
	a)  Milton, Paul S. and I will work on a second questionnaire to go
to the Registries and Registrars on the issues involved with access to Whois
(i.e., what the load is on our system, costs, etc.) and what mechanisms they
have used (or are out there) to restrict access.
	b)  Discuss draft at next meeting with goal of getting it out next
4)  General Comment
	a)  We need guidance from the GNSO Council on timelines.
	b)  We also need clarification on the terms of reference as to
policy recommendations.  For example, the Terms of Reference does not ask
the Task Force to make recommendations as to whether we believe access
should be restricted and if so, how.  If we are not charged with making
these recommendations, then who would be?

This is just an impromptu list.  Please let me know if I missed anything.



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