[IOT] IOT - Doodle results, Next Meeting and agenda
kurt at kjpritz.com
Tue Jan 28 18:10:48 UTC 2020
I left for the airport SUPER early to make sure I had PLENTY of time to get through security and take the call. But this is LA so it turns out there is no such thing.
If I am not on the call at the start, I shouldn’t be too late.
Sent from my iPhone
> On Jan 22, 2020, at 9:03 AM, Bernard Turcotte <turcotte.bernard at gmail.com> wrote:
> The IOT has 19 members of which 15 responded to the Doodle poll.
> The results are:
> UTC Tuesday Thursday
> 1300 12 12
> 1400 11 11
> 1500 10 11
> 1600 12 11
> 1700 13 9
> 1800 10 10
> 1900 13 11
> 2000 12 10
> 2100 12 8
> Trying to optimize participation Tuesdays every two weeks, for a 90 minute call, alternating start times between 1700 and 1900 UTC would allow a majority of respondents to attend all meetings while also allowing all respondents to attend at least 1 of every 2 meetings:
> Becky Burr, Mike Silber and Bruce Tonkin cannot attend Tuesday 1700 but can attend Tuesday 1900.
> Kavouss Arateh, Flip Petillion and Hector Ariel Manoff cannot attend Tuesday 1900 but can attend Tuesday 1700.
> As such we would propose that the next meeting of the IOT be held on Tuesday January 28th at 1900 UTC (a calendar invitation will be sent).
> We are also proposing the following agenda for that meeting:
> Meeting schedule to Cancun-ICANN 67
> Meeting in Cancun-ICANN 67
> Review of work items to be carried out by the IOT
> Review of the Interim Supplementary rules as modified by the IOT and the remaining items
> Next meeting - February 11 - 1700 UTC.
> Regarding the Interim Supplementary Rules these can be found in the IOT Wiki at:
> On the main page under DOCUMENTS for the date of 25 September 2018 (clean and red line)
> Please feel free to post any questions or comments to the list especially if you cannot join the next call.
> Thank you.
> Bernard Turcotte
> ICANN Support to the IOT
> David McAuley
> Chair IOT
> IOT mailing list
> IOT at icann.org
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