[ALAC] Fwd: Public Comment: Preliminary Issue Report on New gTLD Subsequent Procedures
h.raiche at internode.on.net
Tue Sep 1 21:45:58 UTC 2015
Absolutely agree with Carlton. In the first round, it was so very clear that very few applicants outside of the developed world, in fact outside of the US, were a clear sign that the few measures ALAC managed to get had not worked and one of ALAC’s cries was for a review on why there were to few applicants for the developing world. So find time (I will) to go through this to see what should be improved for the second round
On 2 Sep 2015, at 1:49 am, Carlton Samuels <carlton.samuels at gmail.com> wrote:
> For those of you who care about what should happen in the event another round of gTLDs is forked by ICANN, this Preliminary Issues Report on Subsequent Procedures would be very important.
> It also a signal it is time for you to get engaged in this process.
> I have read the Executive Summary and gone straight to the details of matters that were of particular interest to me and in my estimation, the folks whose interests I advocate; developing country economies and social systems where the Internet is about social and economic development and could be our final game changer.
> I hope my friend and our colleague Evan Leibovitch is taking note here too. For although he has decreased his activities due to changes in his circumstances, his voice and consistent advocacy for positions that impact us still rings in my head on several of the matters raised in the Report.
> The domain name market remains largely the province of the dominant economies. Developing economies are still largely excluded by one or other barriers, some of them finely tuned for preference and aided and abetted, consciously and unconsciously, by ICANN policies.
> The Report groups the matters in five (5) broad categories which is quite useful in digesting. But speaking directly to those of us from developing economies and informed by my experience as Co-Chair of the Applicant Support Working Group in the last round, I urge you read closely the details of matters raised in:
> 4.2.3 - Competition, Consumer Trust and Choice
> 4.2.4 - Community Engagement
> 4.2.5 - Applicant Guide Book (AGB)
> 4.2.6 - Clarity of Application Process
> 4.2.7 - Application Accessed in Rounds
> 4.2.10 - Application Fees
> 4.2.11 - Communications
> 4.2.14 - Support for Applicants from Developing
> 4.2.15 - Different TLD Types
> 4.2.17 - Variable Fees
> 4.3.5 - Registrar Discrimination
> 4.3.9 - Global Public Interest
> 4.4.5 - Community Applications
> You will find the report (in English) here:
> Please ensure if you have comments you record them in the areas provided by the At-Large or GNSO.
> -Carlton Samuels
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> Dear All,
> This is to let you know that the Public Comment on the Preliminary Issue Report on New gTLD Subsequent Procedures has now gone live: https://www.icann.org/public-comments/new-gtld-subsequent-prelim-2015-08-31-en
> The dates of the Public Comment will be 31 August 2015 — 10 October 2015 23:59 UTC. During this period, anyone can submit comment via comments-new-gtld-subsequent-prelim-31aug15 at icann.org.
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