[Gnso-newgtld-wg] Resolving Objection Proceedings with Mandatory PICs

Aikman-Scalese, Anne AAikman at lrrc.com
Mon Sep 30 22:47:46 UTC 2019

I think you make a good point that we don’t know the status of various “small group” deliberations.  That would be something else to add to the agenda for the WG to review in Montreal.

So far it appears the small groups may only be working via some Google Docs drafting changes but I am only on one of these (Predictability Framework) so I am not sure.  Hopefully Leadership will devote time to status in Montreal and get reports from the small groups.  I don’t even know how many there are at this point, but I am sure that staff is tracking.

In addition, there were topics flagged for possible public comment in previous F2F meetings.  I’m sure staff has a record of those topics.


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That might turn out this way if those new ideas get consensus in the WG. Lately I've only seen people sticking to petty causes, unwilling to compromise, so the 2012 round defaults have been the most usual outcome in most discussions. And if that's the case, then no additional public comment would be needed.


Em 30 de set de 2019, à(s) 10:29:000, Jim Prendergast <jim at GALWAYSG.COM<mailto:jim at GALWAYSG.COM>> escreveu:

I don’t want to speak for Anne but I’d say its more that a “might happen.”  But don’t take my word – I’m just going by what Jeff said during one of our sessions in Marrakech.

“I think we’re all resolved now that there likely will be a public comment period, though we haven’t decided one way or the other officially.”

I haven’t seen anything since then that would move us away from that presumption.  Lots of good, new ideas came in via the comment process that should get feedback from the larger community.  The Neustar Proposal, Vickery Auctions, possible solutions to Closed Generics, etc.

Jim Prendergast
The Galway Strategy Group
+1 202 285 3699

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Em 27 de set de 2019, à(s) 16:57:000, Aikman-Scalese, Anne <AAikman at lrrc.com<mailto:AAikman at lrrc.com>> escreveu:

Thanks Jeff. I think it’s going to be important to call for the Minority Statements when Leadership determines what high level agreement exists in cases where we do not have full consensus.

However, something else very important to this process that you have not mentioned below is the fact that there are certain issues that will call for additional public comment.  Hopefully we can discuss in Montreal which issues these are and get a WG consensus on further public comment that is needed.


An additional public comment is not a given yet. It might happen, it might not happen, AFAIK.



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