[ALAC] Fwd: [ICANN Community Leaders] 7 September 2020
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Monday, 7 September 2020
ICANN Community Leadership Digest
The ICANN org Policy Development Support function publishes this
to help ICANN community leaders track requests and follow updates.
Table of Contents
- NEW: Interaction with the ICANN Board during ICANN69
- TODAY: At-Large Capacity Building Webinar on DoH/DoT: Benefits,
Drawbacks, and a Way Forward
- DESIGN DEADLINE ON FRIDAY: ICANN69 Publication Support
- REMINDER: Webinar on the Draft Final Report of the GNSO New gTLD
Subsequent Procedures PDP Working Group
- REMINDER: Webinar on PDP 3.0 Implementation
- GNSO New gTLD Subsequent Procedures Draft Final Report
- Reference Label Generation Rulesets (LGRs) for the Second Level
NEW: Interaction with the ICANN Board during ICANN69
From: Maarten Botterman, ICANN Board Chair
Dear ICANN Community Group Chairs,
Please reply no later than Monday 5 October 2020.
While 2020 has proven challenging and likely very different from what we
were all expecting when we last saw each other almost a year ago in
Montréal, the Board and I keep being impressed and grateful for your
continued dedication to ICANN’s mission.
The Board still values its dialogue with your groups and is very much
looking forward to engaging with you during our 22nd and first ever
virtual Annual General Meeting that will take place between 13-22 October
2020. As you keep working on the format for ICANN69, we would like to start
preparing for community dialogue with the Board.
As per what we did in Montréal and virtually for ICANN67, instead
of sending up to three questions to the Board, we would like to offer you
the alternative option of choosing a single topic and having an open
discussion with the Board on that topic. We will also publish the list of
questions or topics received using this digest as a successful tool for
improving transparency and allowing other groups to deepen their own
understanding of their peers’ point of view on different issues.
As for time allocation, per what we did previously, we propose to allocate
half of our time together to answer your questions or discuss your single
topic and the other half to address the Board’s topic. In preparation for
our meetings, the Board has chosen the following topic to have an open
discussion with you:
- Enhancing the effectiveness of the multistakeholder model - key issues
and opportunities for acceleration. In your preparation, you may want to
consider the results of the most recent public consultation and the work
that has progressed with dependencies to enhancing the effectiveness of the
multistakeholder model, such as the Accountability and Transparency Review
Team (ATRT3) Final Report and work on prioritization and budgeting).
We would be very grateful if you could send to Board Operations,
board-ops-team at icann.org, your single topic or list of questions, in order
of priority, no later than Monday 5 October 2020 or sooner.
For your information, we are not changing the current total time allotted
per group. We look forward to hearing your thoughts, questions or topics of
interest and to exchange with you constructively and virtually.
ICANN Board Chair
TODAY: At-Large Capacity Building Webinar on DoH/DoT: Benefits, Drawbacks,
and a Way Forward
From: David Olive, Senior Vice President, Policy Development Support
The At-Large community invites all ICANN community members to attend the
next At-Large Capacity Building Working Group webinar, "DoH/DoT: Benefits,
Drawbacks, and a Way Forward" on Monday, 7 September at 21:00 UTC.
Participation details and the agenda for the webinar can be found here
At-Large Advisory Committee member Holly Raiche will review what the terms
mean, how the two technologies work, and the debates about both the
benefits and drawbacks of the technologies.
DESIGN DEADLINE ON FRIDAY: ICANN69 Publication Support
For publication design assistance, please provide all the text, images,
layout, and publication type/size requirements (i.e. newsletter vs.
one-pager vs. trifold, etc.). There is a maximum of two design iterations
per publication. Please provide everything by Friday, 11 September 2020.
Please keep in mind that all materials, new or updated, must be evergreen.
For translation, please provide the final material(s) by Monday, 21
September 2020. This ensures that there is enough time to translate the
publication. If the publication requires design assistance, please note
that the final materials will have to be complete, including the
edit/approval process, by this deadline in order to be translated.
Please work directly with your support staff to submit these requests to
chantelle.doerksen at icann.org and liana.teo at icann.org.
REMINDER: Webinar on the Draft Final Report of the GNSO New gTLD Subsequent
Procedures PDP Working Group
From: Cheryl Langdon-Orr and Jeffrey Neuman, Co-Chairs
The Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) New gTLD Subsequent
Procedures Policy Development Process Working Group published its draft
Final Report for Public Comment on 20 August 2020. This draft Final Report
is the culmination of several years of deliberations and numerous public
consultations, in support of the large number of topics captured in the
working group charter.
The working group has worked extremely hard to reach this point and is
looking forward to considering feedback received as it seeks to complete
its Final Report and deliver it to the GNSO Council. To aid in your review
and understanding of the draft Final Report, we have scheduled a
webinar on Monday,
14 September 2020 at 20:00 UTC to present on a selection of the topics
within the draft Final Report, answer questions you may have, and provide
context where it may be needed.
You can find the agenda here
If you are interested in joining, please email gnso-secs at icann.org.
REMINDER: Webinar on PDP 3.0 Implementation
From: David Olive, Senior Vice President, Policy Development Support
The Generic Names Supporting Organization (GNSO) Council invites you to
attend a webinar to discuss the implementation status of the Policy
Development Process (PDP) 3.0 initiative on Tuesday, 15 September 2020 at
21:00 UTC for 90 minutes. Please email gnso-secs at icann.org for information
on how to join. Participants are encouraged to join the discussions. More
information will be posted here
There are three objectives for this webinar:
1. Review the purposes and practical examples of the PDP 3.0 work
products that have been applied in ongoing GNSO working groups
2. Begin the preliminary assessment of PDP 3.0 impact
3. Help other Supporting Organizations and Advisory Committees evaluate
the applicability of PDP 3.0 improvements in their internal processes.
In addition, the webinar will also include an introduction of the Consensus
start the initial community discussion of its contents and practical
PDP 3.0 is a GNSO Council initiative designed to enhance the efficiency and
effectiveness of the GNSO policy development process. The GNSO Council
adopted the PDP 3.0 Final Report
February 2020; many work products related to the 14 PDP 3.0 improvements
have been deployed in GNSO working groups or used by the GNSO Council.
GNSO New gTLD Subsequent Procedures Draft Final Report
Close Date: Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Reference Label Generation Rulesets (LGRs) for the Second Level
Close Date: Thursday, 15 October 2020
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