[council] FW: Registry Services Changes - Recommendation from the GNSO for a consensus policy decision - final public comment posting
Bruce.Tonkin at melbourneit.com.au
Sun Aug 7 04:55:12 UTC 2005
This has been posted on front page of ICANN website:
From: Olof Nordling [mailto:olof.nordling at icann.org]
Sent: Saturday, 6 August 2005 1:40 AM
To: 'Hans Petter Holen'; Bruce Tonkin; ceo at auda.org.au;
sharil at cmc.gov.my; steve at shinkuro.com; junsec at wide.ad.jp;
vb at bertola.eu.org
Cc: 'Kurt Pritz'; 'Daniel Halloran'; 'Jeffrey John'; 'Tina Dam'
Subject: Registry Services Changes - Recommendation from the GNSO for a
consensus policy decision - final public comment posting
To: ICANN SO and AC chairs
A final public comment forum will be opened today on the ICANN website
concerning the following:
Registry Services Changes - Final Report
Procedure for use by ICANN in considering requests for consent and
related contractual amendments to allow changes in the architecture or
operation of a gTLD registry
This procedure, developed through the GNSO Policy Development Process,
has been unanimously adopted by the GNSO Council as a Supermajority
Recommendation for consideration and adoption by the Board as Consensus
Policy. The Final Report describing this procedure has been posted since
10 July on the GNSO web site. A final public comment period is now
opened in accordance with the ICANN Bylaws, Article 3, Section 6.
Following this period, the Recommendation will be submitted to the Board
for decision. The deadline for comments is Friday 26 August 2005."
As stated above, the Final Report is already available on the GNSO
It is also attached to this mail for added convenience.
I will send you a link to the web posting a.s.a.p.
FYI and for notification to your membership for possible reactions.
Manager, Policy Development Coordination
6 Rond Point Schuman, Bt.5
B-1040 Brussels, Belgium
Tel.: +32.2.234 7870
Fax: +32.2.234 7848
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