[cc-humanrights] Call for Volunteers: Working Group on New gTLD Subsequent Procedures
mariliamaciel at gmail.com
Thu Jan 28 13:43:38 UTC 2016
Absolutely right. This was the the subject of a long discussion in the GNSO
council. We came to the conclusion that only the issues relating to Rights
Protection Mechanisms (RPMs) not addressed by the anticipated RPM PDP will
be addressed by the new gTLD subsequent procedures PDP. So the bulk of the
discussions on RPMs will take place in a PDP still to come.
Thanks for making the clarification.
On Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 11:22 AM, Michele Neylon - Blacknight <
michele at blacknight.com> wrote:
> On RPMs – people should bear in mind that these will be a “part” of this
> There’s meant to be a separate PDP to look at reviewing all current RPMs
> including UDRP
> Mr Michele Neylon
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> From: <cc-humanrights-bounces at icann.org> on behalf of Marilia Maciel <
> mariliamaciel at gmail.com>
> Date: Thursday 28 January 2016 at 13:14
> To: Human Rights <cc-humanrights at icann.org>
> Subject: [cc-humanrights] Call for Volunteers: Working Group on New gTLD
> Subsequent Procedures
> Hello everyone,
> The call for volunteers for the working group on new gTLD subsequent
> procedures has been launched. Those interested can join either as a group
> member or an observer (see distinction below). This policy development
> process will be dedicated to the topic which is at the heart of ICANN's
> mission and its existence. It will determine how the gTLD space will expand
> in the future, by identifying lessons learned and proposing changes.
> The policy will touch upon topics strongly related to human rights:
> community applications, applicant's freedom of expression, rights
> protection mechanisms, support to developing countries, public interest,
> and more.
> This will be a massive PDP which will need the involvement of a large
> number of people. The WG will certainly benefit from the involvement of
> people with a human rights approach. Please consider applying for this
> working group.
> As a reminder: *CCWP subgroup 4* is dedicated to discuss and provide
> inputs to this PDP. Please also consider joining this subgroup. You can
> subscribe to the mailing list here:
> The next call of SG4 starts in about 45min. If you wish to attend, please
> send a message to maryam.bakoshi at icann.org
> All the best,
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Nathalie Peregrine <nathalie.peregrine at icann.org>
> Date: Thu, Jan 28, 2016 at 9:25 AM
> Subject: [council] Call for Volunteers: GNSO Policy Development Process
> (PDP) Working Group on New gTLD Subsequent Procedures
> To: "council at gnso.icann.org" <council at gnso.icann.org>
> Cc: "gnso-secs at icann.org" <gnso-secs at icann.org>
> Call for Volunteers: GNSO Policy Development Process (PDP) Working Group
> on New gTLD Subsequent Procedures
> In Brief
> The Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) Council seeks volunteers
> to serve on a PDP Working Group (WG) to develop recommendations for New
> generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) Subsequent Procedures. The GNSO Council
> approved the WG's charter
> [PDF, 603 KB] on 21 January 2016, tasking this PDP to determine whether
> changes or adjustments to the existing policy recommendations on the
> Introduction of New Generic Top-Level Domains are needed.
> What This Team Will Do
> The New gTLD Subsequent Procedures PDP Working Group (WG) is tasked with
> calling upon the community's collective experiences from the 2012 New gTLD
> Program round to determine what, if any, changes may need to be made to the
> existing *Introduction of New Generic Top-Level Domains
> policy recommendations from 8 August 2007. As the original policy
> recommendations as adopted by the GNSO Council and ICANN Board have "been
> designed to produce a systemized and ongoing mechanisms for applicants to
> propose new top-level domains", those policy recommendations remain in
> place for subsequent rounds of the New gTLD Program unless the GNSO
> Council would decide to modify those policy recommendations via this PDP.
> The work of this PDP WG follows the efforts of the New gTLD Subsequent
> Procedures Discussion Group (DG), which identified a set of issues/subjects
> for a future PDP WG to consider in their deliberations and recommend
> whether to:
> - Clarify, amend or override existing policy principles,
> recommendations, and implementation guidance;
> - Develop new policy recommendations;
> - Supplement or develop new implementation guidance.
> As part of the PDP WG deliberations, the PDP WG should consider at a
> minimum, the subjects detailed in the Final Issue Report. These subjects
> have been organized in groupings suggested by the DG that may facilitate
> deliberations on related subjects. However, additional work methods, such
> as those described in the Final Issue Report, or other methods identified
> by the PDP WG may be more appropriate to undertake the work.
> In addition to the work of the PDPWG, a number of new gTLD review efforts
> are underway which may have an impact on the work of this PDP WG.
> Therefore, this PDP WG should not be limited to the issues identified by
> the DG and should take into account the findings from the parallel efforts
> external to the PDP WG.
> How This Team Will Work
> ICANN WGs use transparent, open processes. The meetings of this PDP WG
> will be recorded, and the recordings will be made available to the public.
> The mailing list for the PDP WG will be archived publicly. The group will
> collaborate using a public workspace for draft materials and all final work
> products and milestones will be documented on the WG's wiki
> The PDP WG is expected to follow the GNSO Working Group Guidelines
> [PDF, 349 KB] as well as the GNSO PDP Manual
> [PDF, 260 KB].
> How to Participate
> There are two ways to volunteer:
> - *Individual Members* – anyone interested can volunteer to join the
> PDP WG as a WG member, regardless of whether they are members of the
> ICANN community. Members are expected to actively contribute to
> mailing list conversations as well as meetings – it is anticipated that the
> PDP WG will at a minimum meet on a weekly basis via teleconference.
> Members are expected to provide essential input to the process. Members
> will be required to provide a Statement of Interests (SOI
> - *Mailing list observers* – for those who are merely interested in
> monitoring the WG's conversations, there is the possibility to sign up
> as a mailing list "observer" which offers read-only access to the mailing
> list. Mailing list observers will not be permitted to post, will not
> receive invitations to the various meetings or calls of the WG and
> will not have to complete a Statement of Interest. At any point in time, a
> mailing list observer can join the WG as a member simply by informing
> the GNSO Secretariat.
> In addition, there will be opportunities to provide input through public
> consultations and public comment processes that the PDP WG is expected to
> How to Join
> If you are interested in joining the WG as an individual participant or
> mailing list observer, please fill in the sign up form
> <http://goo.gl/forms/FRNZ4pSQl9> or send the PDF document
> [PDF, 76 KB] filled in to the GNSO Secretariat <gnso-secs at icann.org>.
> All members and observers will be listed on the PDP WG's wiki page.
> Next Steps
> In its motion, the GNSO Council directed that this call for volunteers be
> circulated as widely as possible in order to ensure broad representation
> and participation in the WG. This call will remain open until the PDP WG
> convenes for the first time. At this juncture, it is anticipated that the
> PDP WG may convene online in late February 2016. Following that, regular
> online meetings will be scheduled in accordance with the PDP WG's work
> plan, which it is expected to develop as one of its first tasks.
> Further Information and Preparation
> For those interested in volunteering for this effort, you are strongly
> encouraged to review the following materials prior to the first meeting of
> the PDP WG.
> - The Final Issue Report
> [PDF, 1.38 MB]
> - The approved charter
> [PDF, 196 KB]
> - Materials available at the PDP WG's wiki
> such as the 2007 Final Report and other relevant information.
> In 2005, the Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) began a Policy
> Development Process (PDP) to consider the introduction of new gTLDs. The
> two-year PDP process resulted in a set of 19 GNSO policy recommendations
> for implementing new gTLDs. In order to implement the policy
> recommendations of the GNSO, a number of draft Applicant Guidebooks
> (AGBs) were developed by ICANN staff in consultation with the
> community.In June 2011, ICANN's Board of Directors approved the final AGB
> and authorized the launch of the New gTLD Program.
> The New gTLD Program application window opened on 12 January 2012 and a
> total of 1930 complete applications were received. The first set of Initial
> Evaluation results were released on 22 March 2013, followed by the first
> set of new gTLD delegations on 21 October 2013.
> All applications have now completed the evaluation process and as of mid
> January 2016, there are nearly 900 gTLDs delegated and approximately 450
> applications still proceeding through the remaining steps of the program.
> Although the 2012 round is ongoing, efforts to examine the round have
> already begun, which included the creation of the GNSO New gTLD
> Subsequent Procedures Discussion Group (DG)
> The DG was created by the GNSO Council to discuss the experiences gained
> from the 2012 round of the New gTLD Program and to identify subjects that
> might lead to changes or adjustments for subsequent application procedures.
> The DG prepared its final deliverables, which included a set of subjects
> that it anticipated would be analyzed in detail in the context of an Issue
> Report. On 24 June 2015 the GNSO Council passed a resolution requesting
> the drafting of a Preliminary Issue Report on New gTLD Subsequent
> In accordance with the PDP Rules, the Preliminary Issue Report was
> published for public comment on 31 August 2015. Following review of the
> public comments received, the Staff Manager updated the Issue Report
> accordingly and submitted the Final Issue Report to the GNSO Council for
> its consideration. The GNSO Council officially initiated the PDP on New
> gTLD Subsequent Procedures on 17 December 2015, followed by adoption of
> the PDP WG's charter on 21 January 2016.
> *Marília Maciel*
> Pesquisadora Gestora - Centro de Tecnologia e Sociedade - FGV Direito Rio
> Researcher and Coordinator - Center for Technology & Society - FGV Law
> DiploFoundation associate - www.diplomacy.edu
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