[Internal-cg] Agenda for Public Session at ICANN 51

Patrik Fältström paf at frobbit.se
Sun Sep 28 18:27:57 UTC 2014


We have a session at ICANN 51 in Los Angeles. The session is Thursday October 16 between 10AM and 12AM.

Feedback on mainly this thread have lead me to the following proposal:


We will try to get chairs for as many ICG members as possible on stage. The set up is that ICG should be in "listening" mode, although communication should be encouraged to not only be from community to ICG, but community members with each other. It is one of maybe too few cases where people can say what they want and listen to others before people have to submit their responses to our RFP (in Jan 2015).

The session itself will be chaired by Alissa as the chair of the ICG. The "open microphone" session will be moderated by myself and Mohammed, similar to how Jari and I moderated in London.

We will have a timer that notifies 2 min.

We should have two microphone queues, one for continued discussion on same topic, one for new topics.

1. 10:00 5 min - Alissa opens the session and explains the practicalities

2. 10:05 15 min - Alissa or whoever ICG designates give an update on the status of ICG, and whatever else ICG decide to present.

3. 10:20 5 min each - Each group that make themselves known to the ICG, are coordinating their activities, and intend to send in material to the ICG, can present. 

4. Approximately 10:55 55 min - Open Microphone

5. 11:55 5 min - Alissa closes the session

Comments are appreciated (this also exists in Dropbox).


On 6 aug 2014, at 18:59, Patrik Fältström <paf at frobbit.se> wrote:

> I do not really know how to call the slot where groups are able to report back where they are in their coordination work. I think the general feeling in this group is that a) anyone can present, while b) ensure we get reports from each one of the three main groups.
> I think we later on, if we get too many requests, must prioritise. I am sure we will be able to do so, but, we need to today do a wording that makes people understand what we might do. I.e. not allow anyone to speak, because we simply can not.
> Comments are appreciated.
> This is also available in Dropbox.
> On 4 Aug 2014, at 19:13, Alissa Cooper <alissa at cooperw.in> wrote:
>> * Session title;
> Discussion with the ICG
>> * Brief session overview (extensive session overview and agenda details can be provided closer to the date)
> The IANA Stewardship Transition Coordination Group (ICG) will at the ICANN51 meeting in Los Angeles have a discussion with the community on various aspects of the transition. The schedule for the session is as follows:
> - 15 min update from ICG
> - 5 min update from each one of the groups that make themselves known to the ICG, are coordinating their activities, and intend to send in material to the ICG (max 30 minutes all together)
> - 45 minutes open microphone where issues are brought up from individuals on the floor and/or remote participants
>> * Number of attendees ( e.g. 150, 300, 500+)
> 500+
>> * Date, time and duration (From Alice: "based on our experience, I suggest
>> holding the session on Wednesday as this timeframe will allow communities
>> to  hold discussions in their respective meetings prior to the session")
> Wednesday or Thursday
>   Patrik
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