Re: [registrars] WHOIS meeting on Thursday 11 September 2003
- To: Bruce Tonkin <Bruce.Tonkin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [registrars] WHOIS meeting on Thursday 11 September 2003
- From: Rick Wesson <wessorh@xxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2003 06:07:09 -0700 (PDT)
- Cc: <Registrars@xxxxxxxx>, "Neuman, Jeff" <Jeff.Neuman@xxxxxxxxxx>
- In-reply-to: <AFEF39657AEEC34193C494DBD717922225086C@phoenix.mit>
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Bruce would it be appropiate to present on methods to turn whois into a
profit center at your whois meeting? I have a draft I'm workin on, and no
this isn't a sales pitch -- its an industry proposal.
On Thu, 21 Aug 2003, Bruce Tonkin wrote:
> Hello All,
> I would like to hold a meeting on WHOIS to prepare some material as
> input into the GNSO WHOIS Privacy work.
> I invite any registrar or registry operator that wishes to attend.
> I propose to meet from 10am to 1pm on Thursday 11 September in Marina
> Del Ray.
> The agenda will be:
> (1) Review current contractual requirements with regard to provision of
> WHOIS services
> [30 mins]
> (2) Review approaches to limit data mining via port 43 and web access
> - suggest short term solution to make a tangible difference (prior to
> any new standard)
> - decide whether solution is consistent with contract of whether we
> require contractual changes
> [60 mins]
> (3) Review the IETF CRISP requirements and see if it meets our needs
> with regard to (1)
> [30 mins]
> (4) Review all registration data that is collected and decide:
> - which data elements should continue to be mandatory (as per current
> for those that should be mandatory what is the impact if they are not
> - which data elements should continue to be displayed via WHOIS service
> [30 mins]
> The objective will be to develop a document on the issues above for
> presentation at the registrars meeting on 12 September 2003, and later
> circulation via the registrars list.
> The ultimate aim will be to establish a constituency position on the
> above issues via the normal email voting process.
> I think that it is important that registrars and registries take a lead
> in moving the issue on WHOIS forward as we did on the Transfers issue.
> If we are not pro-active we risk having a solution dictated to us by
> various Government regulators.
> Please let me know if you are interested in attending on Thursday.
> Bruce Tonkin
> Member of the registrars constituency