[council] ICANN Org Proposed Unified Access Model

Michele Neylon - Blacknight michele at blacknight.com
Tue Jun 19 11:23:42 UTC 2018


I think that’s a very valid question

I was working on the assumption that as Council we would be managing the policy development process that the temporary specification spawned. Now it appears that ICANN senior management have started cleaving off sections and putting it somewhere else, though I’m still at a loss to really understand where exactly that “somewhere else” lives.

While some parts of the temporary specification are outside the scope of policy, this access model is a fundamental policy issue in my mind.



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Date: Tuesday 19 June 2018 at 09:18
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Subject: [council] ICANN Org Proposed Unified Access Model

Could this, in any way, have implications for the EPDP?


There is no deadline for the submission of feedback, and it does not appear on the public comment page, so I presume it is an informal request for community input.

Best wishes, Ayden

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