[CRISP-TEAM] My ocmmnet at the ICANN53 Public Forum
Kivuva at transworldafrica.com
Thu Jun 25 20:46:11 CEST 2015
That was a concise presentation on the floor of the public meeting, thanks.
Can somebody post the response by Steve Crocker to follow this thread for
On Jun 25, 2015 2:53 PM, "Bill Woodcock" <woody at pch.net> wrote:
> > On Jun 25, 2015, at 10:21 AM, Izumi Okutani <izumi at nic.ad.jp> wrote:
> > CRISP Team,
> > I'd like to share the bullet points of comment I plan to make at the
> Public Forum at ICANN53 which I worked with Nurani.
> > - Pleased with the progress of discussions at the ICG on moving forward
> during ICANN53
> > - In parallel we have started open information sharing dialogue among
> leaders of the ops community
> Does that mean Numbers and Protocols? Or are you saying something
> different, like about NOGs or something? I’d be more specific, if possible.
> > - Appreciate the collaborative spirit of Jonathan and Lise
> > - CWG being careful tolerate the proposal already submitted has been
> very helpful
> “Tolerate” is definitely not the right word to use in this instance…
> Perhaps something like: “We appreciate the respect that the CWG has paid to
> the Principles outlined in the proposals already submitted by the Numbers
> and Protocols communities."
> > - It was good to hear at the CWG public session the names are willing to
> reconcile [confirm wording]
> And “reconcile” implies coming back from an intentional split. I’d
> suggest “harmonize” instead.
> > - We, are happy to share facts on IPR
> It’s probably worth saying that Numbers (and we believe Protocols) are not
> intransigent on this issue, and are happy to consider any other ways
> forward that may be proposed in the CWG process.
> > - We understand that the CWG needs to discuss this issue more.
> > We are at CWG s disposal for any clarifications that the group may need
> > in their response to ICG request to reconsile their proposal.
> Again, I’d use the word “harmonize."
> > - Status of preparations for the implementations shared with NTIA
> > - We are very closed to the finalisation of the SLA. The draft was
> shared for public consultation.
> > ICANN Board provided comments. we were pleased to see that there were
> no show stoppers.
> > We are confident that we can move forward towards the signing of the
> SLA between the RIRs and ICANN
> > - The numbers community is moving forward in implementing the proposal
> and we have submitted our timelines to the ICG.
> > We ask the community to be consious of the timelines and focus on
> pragmatic proposals that can be implemented within these timelines.
> All that looks great.
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