[Internal-cg] Naming the group was RE: scheduling meetings

Narelle Clark narelle.clark at accan.org.au
Mon Jul 14 05:48:07 UTC 2014

I've been calling it the NISTCG for want of a better term. Ie the NTIA IANA Stewardship Transition Co-ordination Group.

Some of our community objected to it being the 'IANA transfer' group because in their mind they didn't think IANA needed to be transferred at all, but the NTIA.

That would rule out Daniel's ICOB.

Something witty and catchy would be good - NXFER anyone?


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From: internal-cg-bounces at icann.org [mailto:internal-cg-bounces at icann.org] On Behalf Of Wolf-Ulrich.Knoben at t-online.de
Sent: Sunday, 13 July 2014 9:04 PM
To: Jari Arkko
Cc: internal-cg at icann.org
Subject: Re: [Internal-cg] scheduling meetings

I also agree.

BTW do we have an appropriate acronym for our group? "CG" seems too general. Maybe something with relation to IANA: ICG, CIG, CGI...
Let's fix this asap to communicate to our respective groups.


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> Am 13.07.2014 um 04:20 schrieb Jari Arkko <jari.arkko at piuha.net>:
>> For those of us with demanding jobs other than ICANN, it would be useful if we could combine CG meetings with other ICANN meetings to some extent.
>> E.g., target L.A. ICANN meeting in October for our next F2F, add a day on to the beginning or end. IETF or RIR meetings might serve a similar function if we think we need to increase the frequency of F2F meetings (which I hope we don't!)
> I agree with this as well. And IGF, which is coming up.
> Jari
> P.S. The IETF would be happy to see you all in some of our meetings, and you might even stay a few extra days, as we discuss IANA and other topics. You'd be warmly welcome in our Honolulu meeting (Nov 9-14) for instance :-) Or our upcoming Toronto meeting that starts a day after the coordination group meeting in London ends. Future meetings are at http://www.ietf.org/meeting/upcoming.html We also have an IETF policy guest program run by ISOC, a very popular program and something that you might consider if you have not been to an IETF meeting earlier.

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