[Gnso-newgtld-wg] Proposal on Prioritising Applications - prohibition on applying in a later round for a string from a prior round which has not yet been delegated

Rubens Kuhl rubensk at nic.br
Fri Sep 6 20:07:37 UTC 2019

> Regarding the Monday call, certainly the .HOME, .CORP, and .MAIL strings are very much involved in the issue of Name Collision policy being developed by this Working Group.  As mentioned, the JAS Final Report contained a recommendation against these strings. (See attached.) While Sub Pro Leadership has always taken the view that Controlled Interruption is an adequate remedy for all name collision issues and that applicants should be able to propose individual name collision mitigation plans to ICANN org, that is not a good reason to ban WG discussion of these strings or the status of these applications which have not been withdrawn:

Not speaking as SubPro leadership but as GNSO Councillor, any mention to the .HOME/.CORP/.MAIL name collision issue in the SubPor final report will make it receive a down vote, referring it back to the WG. Going out the group charter is a strong no-no for the Council in its role as PDP manager, a view that has been consistently shared by all SGs.


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