[council] Presentation from the DNA

WUKnoben wolf-ulrich.knoben at t-online.de
Wed Jun 26 11:49:44 UTC 2013

Are there any concerns from council members re a DNA presentation at the council meeting on Wednesday?

Best regards


From: john at crediblecontext.com 
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2013 12:38 AM
To: Petter Rindforth ; council at gnso.icann.org ; WUKnoben 
Subject: RE: Re: [council] Presentation from the DNA


I am sure you meant that "the Domain Name Association offer to make individual presentations to GNSO stakeholder groups..."  I would not want to make their appearance before the Council contingent upon all the group accepting.



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  Subject: Re: [council] Presentation from the DNA
  From: "Petter Rindforth" <petter.rindforth at fenixlegal.eu>
  Date: 6/25/13 2:22 pm
  To: council at gnso.icann.org, "WUKnoben" <wolf-ulrich.knoben at t-online.de>

  Dear All,

  The IPC agrees that the Domain Name Association, as well as all other groups, should be permitted to make a presentation to the GNSO Council in Durban, with the caveat that agendas and/or PowerPoint materials are provided to the Council well in advance addressing threshold questions about who the group is and what subjects they intend to discuss.  

  In the alternative, as we are quickly approaching our time in Durban, South Africa, the IPC recommends that the Domain Name Association make individual presentations to GNSO stakeholder groups and constituencies in order to facilitate a more complete dialog regarding topics and questions germane to each stakeholder group and constituency.



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Thank you
On 21 jun 2013 18:10 "WUKnoben" mailto:wolf-ulrich.knoben at t-online.de wrote:

    So far I have seen support  for a council discussion triggered by a DNA presentation – in case it’s more than just lobbying.

    Since the weekend schedule in Durban at this stage doesn’t allow for an additional slot we should think about a feasible allocation on the Wednesday meeting.

    Best regards


    From: Jonathan Robinson
    Sent: Monday, June 17, 2013 9:36 PM
    To: 'John Berard' ; council at gnso.icann.org
    Subject: RE: [council] Presentation from the DNA

    Thanks John.

    From: John Berard [mailto:johnberard at aol.com] 
    Sent: 17 June 2013 20:04
    To: jrobinson at afilias.info; council at gnso.icann.org
    Subject: Re: [council] Presentation from the DNA


    I would be happy to have Adrian make his presentation as long as it is appreciably different than the deck we all saw in Beijing.  I am sure it has evolved, but can you confirm?

    In fact, the rise of these kinds of associations may be market evidence of the need for and, perhaps, how the organization of the GNSO might be changed in the course of the up coming review.  It is clear that the prior segments are losing their stand-alone integrity as each constituency is in the process of taking on the characteristics of others.

    We might find, in the discussion of the new association, a new nomenclature for the community that could lead to a more modern organization.



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    From: Jonathan Robinson <jrobinson at afilias.info>
    To: council <council at gnso.icann.org>
    Sent: Mon, Jun 17, 2013 9:38 am
    Subject: [council] Presentation from the DNA


    I have had a request from Adrian Kinderis (who some of you may know from his time as a councillor) to present the DNA to the Council in a 15 minute session over the weekend in Durban.

    The Domain Name Association (DNA) is a new non-profit global business association that represents the interests of the domain name industry and it describes its mission as being to:

    “Promote the interests of its members by advocating the use, adoption, and expansion of domain names as the primary tool for users to navigate the Internet.”

    Please indicate any interest, lack of interest or neutrality on this.



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