Meeting of the NRO Executive Council – 040729

Teleconference 29 July 2004, 2300 UTC Draft Minutes V1.0 Participants: Raúl Echeberría (RE), Axel Pawlik (AP), Ray Plzak (RP), Paul Wilson (PW), Adiel Akplogan (AA), observer AGENDA 1. Opening, new agenda points, apologies 2. Previous Minutes 3. Review of action items 4. WSIS WG – current status (report from KL) 5. NRO contributions to WGIG 6. ASO MoU – next… Read More

ASO MoU Timeline

(This document is a work in progress) Current Status The NRO is currently engaged in discussions with ICANN regarding the reform of the Address Supporting Organization. This reform process has been underway since the beginning of the ICANN reform in 2002. MoU Timeline ASO MoU Proposed by the NRO (6, November 2003) First Draft of ASO MoU (6, November 2003)… Read More

AFRINIC Progress Report, submitted to ICANN 20 July 2004

AFRINIC Progress Report, submitted to ICANN 20 July 2004 Paul Twomey President & CEO ICANN Subject: AFRINIC Activity Report Dear Dr. Twomey: The intent of this report is to provide you and the ICANN Board of Directors a summary of the recent activities in regard to the establishment of a Regional Internet Registry (RIR) in Africa. Representatives from the NRO… Read More

RIR Comparative Policy Overview 2004-07

RIR Comparative Policy Overview (version 2004-07) The goal of this document is to provide a comparative overview of policies across the RIR system. It is not a policy statement by the RIRs, but serves as a reference for the Internet community. While this document was accurate on the date of publication (19 July, 2004), it may be outdated by subsequent… Read More

Public comments from the NRO regarding ICANN's proposed budget for 2004-4005

Public comments from the NRO regarding ICANN’s proposed budget for 2004-4005 The NRO has made a detailed analysis of the Budget proposal and has expressed, through its representative on the Budget Advisory Group, several questions and comments, some of which have been attended to while others have not. The NRO, and the RIRs as a whole before the NRO was… Read More