[atrt2] Invitation to give ATRT2 update at AFRINIC Meeting in Lusaka Zambia.
fasonga at kixp.or.ke
Thu May 30 12:48:10 UTC 2013
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From: "Brian Cute" <brianacute at gmail.com>
To: "Fiona Asonga" <fasonga at kixp.or.ke>
Cc: "ATRT2" <atrt2 at icann.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 30, 2013 3:42:25 PM
Subject: Re: [atrt2] Invitation to give ATRT2 update at AFRINIC Meeting in Lusaka Zambia.
Thank you for the heads up and what you are proposing in terms of the opportunity to provide an update at the AFRINIC meeting is entirely appropriate. The Vice Chairs and I reviewed the comments submitted to date for the exclusive purpose of identifying whether there were any proposals from the Community for work that could/should be undertaken by an Independent Expert. I do not have a suggestion at the moment for a substantive update to your slides.
On Thu, May 30, 2013 at 7:52 AM, Fiona Asonga < fasonga at kixp.or.ke > wrote:
I have received a request from AFRINIC staff to share with the African Community at the upcoming AFRINIC Meeting in Lusaka on the progress and plans of ATRT2. It shall be part of a session on Global updates where I shall also share updaates on the Address Supporting Organization. The request to share on ATRT2 is specific to opportunities of involvement and progress so far. I was thinking of using the slides you had prepared for the Beijing interactions as a formal update to the community. I am aware that the public comment period has come to a close and we are or should be in the reply period. I need guidance from the chairs whether any substantive issues raised during the public comments period? If YES and then I would like to update the slide on areas we shall be covering.
The main objective of this interaction would be to encourage participation in the opportunities provided by ATRT2 for feedback. It this type of outreach by ATRT2 acceptable? What would you advise?
I will be at the meeting either way and shall not require any budgetary allocations for this meeting.
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