[CCWG-ACCT] Who is managing the lawyers and what have they beenasked to do?

Dr Eberhard W Lisse el at lisse.na
Tue Jul 7 20:34:32 UTC 2015


Besides that I have not only been opposed to the
Fast-Track process and voted against it, it was a
ccNSO process. 

In order for the ccNSO to circumvent having to 
do a PDP. Quite some accountability issues there.

But none of the IDNs is in the ISO tables and hence 
they are not really ccTLDs so I am not sure RFC 
1591 applies to them, nor are they gTLDs.

But, no ccTLD *HAS* to have an IDN. Technically
speaking its the ccTLD Manager in the first place,
but some may *WANT* to have an IDN.

And, unless I am mistaken, more or less anyone
can apply for an IDN, not judt the corresponding
ccTLD Manager.


Sent from Dr Lisse's iPhone 6

> On Jul 7, 2015, at 16:39, Giovanni Seppia <Giovanni.Seppia at eurid.eu> wrote:
> Dear Eberhard,
> ccTLDs must go through the ICANN ccTLD IDN Fast Track process to get the IDN version of their ccTLD.
> Best,
> Giovanni
>> On 07 Jul 2015, at 15:07, Dr Eberhard Lisse <el at lisse.na> wrote:
>> Dear Co-Chairs,
>> What interest does a ccTLD have in ICANN? Other than IANA staff
>> making the odd name server change (NSF) and WHOIS database entry change
>> (DEF)?
>> None whatsoever.
>> This is even reflected in the bylaws. Maybe reading them helps.
>> el
>>> On 2015-07-07 13:49, Malcolm Hutty wrote:
>>>> On 07/07/2015 13:41, Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote:
>>>> Dear Co-Chairs,
>>>> If I recall correctly Chris Dispain already shared concerns about
>>>> the ccNSO being able to become a member.
>>>> Neither model does anything for ccTLDs, because the ccNSO has no
>>>> mandate to speak for individual ccTLs, whether members of ccNSO,
>>>> or not.
>>> ccNSO may not speak for individual ccTLDs, but does it not speak
>>> for ccTLDs collectively?  For example, to uphold the legitimate
>>> interest ccTLDs have in ICANN honouring its own bylaws?
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