[UA-discuss] UA Issue Logging Report

Mark Svancarek marksv at microsoft.com
Fri Oct 13 00:13:59 UTC 2017

I am having trouble understanding the graphic, sorry.

  *   Inbound Cases are complaints, received by UASG people or UASG.tech logging service.
  *   Outbound Cases are escalations, from UASG to the organization called out in an inbound case.
  *   There were 96 escalations, distributed over 46 organizations.
  *   Since 9+17+20 = 46, I assume that an org falls totally into one bucket or another (i.e. doesn’t fix one bug  yet ignore another).

Did I get that correct?

In the case of Return & Forwarded, does that indicate that the site acknowledged our escalation, but actually didn’t fix anything yet?
What are “radar”, “radarview” and “radar-admin”?  Sorry if these were explained before or elsewhere.

Typo on Website #6 “cosed”

From: ua-discuss-bounces at icann.org [mailto:ua-discuss-bounces at icann.org] On Behalf Of Don Hollander
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The latest version of this report has been published https://uasg.tech/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/UASG_Issue-logging_report_UpdatedA4x2.pdf  (and attached)

Background:  Since just after the ICANN meeting in India last year, we have operated, through ICANN’s Global Support team, a facility where people can log a non-UA compliant experience and we then record it and reach out to the relevant website to raise awareness.

There has been some progress, including a significant regional airline in the United States that has worked to make their systems more UA Ready.

Thanks again to the ICANN teams- the Global Support Centre for recording the issues and pursuing resolution and the GDD Comms group for preparing the report presentation.

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