[UA-discuss] Draft Notes - UA at ICANN61 2018-03-22
don.hollander at icann.org
Mon Mar 26 09:15:03 UTC 2018
A practical note:
This list makes use of MailMan – which in theory is EAI ready.
This list is hosted by ICANN.
ICANN IT will have to have changes in its infrastructure for these objectives to b read
* Correct operating systems hosting mailman
* Correct version of mailman running
* ?maybe an up-to-date version of ICANN’s MTA if it doesn’t use MailMan’s own (assuming it has one)
Such measures would be interesting, but they have a bottleneck in a single spot and probably not a good measure – at least at this time.
From: UA-discuss <ua-discuss-bounces at icann.org> On Behalf Of Andre Schappo
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Extract from the Notes: " There was a request to get some metrics for measurement of success and achievement."
Measures of success could include:
1️⃣ When members of this list can email to this list using their EAI email address and everyone receives it.
2️⃣ When members of this list can email to this list using their EAI email address and everyone receives it and everyone can successfully reply to it.
3️⃣ When we start getting spam on our EAI email addresses
1️⃣ & 2️⃣ require us to be able to be a member of this list with our EAI email addresses. Is any work being done on supporting EAI for this email list?
3️⃣ You may think I am joking about the spam but I am being serious
IMHO, I think we should aim to have every member of this list, using this list with an EAI email address and not an ASCII email address. Lead by example.
On 21 Mar 2018, at 20:26, Don Hollander <don.hollander at icann.org<mailto:don.hollander at icann.org>> wrote:
Please find attached draft notes and actions from the meetings in San Juan earlier this month.
Corrections would be welcome by the beginning of next week.
<Notes - UA at ICANN61 2018-03-22.pdf>
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