[ALAC] Reminder: Meeting Reports from those who have attended ICANN in Toronto
avri at acm.org
Mon Oct 29 18:58:10 UTC 2012
I think this is a great outcome.
On 29 Oct 2012, at 13:55, Carlton Samuels wrote:
> Thanks for the update Holly.
> Note CNNIC has won the bid for developing a 'reference implementation' of
> the RESTful WHOIS server. This will be open source development.
> It is intended to fix the disabilities of current WHOIS data display +
> accommodate internationalized domain name registration data. It will
> support Port 43 WHOIS server proxy as well.
> - Carlton
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> On Sun, Oct 28, 2012 at 11:38 PM, Holly Raiche <h.raiche at internode.on.net>wrote:
>> Hi Olivier - and everyone
>> Apologies for not reporting back sooner. I didn't arrive back in Oz until
>> Tuesday and have been tied up since then.
>> I couldn't put the two reports into the table but they can be taken from
>> my comments in the workspace (Matt, is that okay? - could you put my
>> reports into the table?)
>> The presentations themselves are on the ICANN website under the Toronto
>> Some points arising from the two meetings:
>> - the PDP on a thick Whois is supposed to be out soon - we should watch
>> for it.
>> - Particularly Garth but Evan, Carlton and whomever is following
>> compliance - watch for (and maybe email Compliance) for the actual Audit
>> Plan. What is on the website is the list of what Compliance called 'high
>> risk' clauses against which compliance will be audited. Do we see others
>> that should be included?
>> - that feeds into the RAA negotiations - the results of which will be open
>> for a PDP. That will give us a chance to say other clauses should also be
>> in the Audit Plan.
>> - Note that the development of WEIRD Protocol will allow differentiated
>> access (i.e, law enforcement/security can be given greater access to data
>> than the general public). That still leaves open the questions of who
>> should use privacy/proxy servers and how to define those who have access to
>> Whois data.
>> - have a look at the initial data (use the link on the ICANN website) on
>> preliminary data on whois - who are the registrants, etc. It does raise
>> questions about who and why privacy/proxy servers are being used.
>> Happy reading.
>> On 27/10/2012, at 3:19 AM, Olivier MJ Crepin-Leblond wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> the meeting report page of our ICANN Toronto week is at:
>>> Congratulations and thanks to all who have filed one or more reports!
>>> However, I note that most people have not filed any report at all. This
>>> is very disappointing.
>>> If you have attended a session which does not have a report so far,
>>> please be so kind to write a short report, even a few lines, to let
>>> others know the issues discussed and the general topics of the meeting,
>>> along with the conclusion, if any.
>>> Many thanks,
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