[EURO-Discuss] EURALO - 18.10.2011 / Adobe Connect - Chat Transcript from EURALO Meetings 2011
ICANN At-Large Staff
staff at atlarge.icann.org
Tue Oct 18 21:08:35 UTC 2011
Please find hereafter today's Adobe Connect chat transcript.
This has been posted to the meeting page as well as the recording.
On 18/10/2011 21:46, "Gisella Gruber-White"
<Gisella.Gruber-White at icann.org> wrote:
> Gisella Gruber-White:Welcome to the EURALO call on Tuesday 18 October
> Bill Drake:Hi sorry, can I get a dial out at this point? +41 22 792 5706
> Bill Drake:or a number en Suisse
> Lutz Donnerhacke:/me did not find the call in numbers on the webpage
> Gisella Gruber-White:Lutz - will send it to you
> Gisella Gruber-White:Germany landline 0800 1016 120
> Gisella Gruber-White:If calling from a mobile 0800 1016 124
> Lutz Donnerhacke:conf id?
> Gisella Gruber-White:1638
> Lutz Donnerhacke:tnx
> Gisella Gruber-White:Lutz - we are happy to dial-out to you if necessary
> Gisella Gruber-White:Lutz has joined the call
> Heidi Ullrich:Thank you , Wolf. We have received the regional advice
> avri:disapproaval symbol is thumbs down.
> Heidi Ullrich:Gute Nacht!
> avri:i mean red x. thinking of a diffeent system.
> Olivier Crepin-Leblond:actually the icons differ from version of Adobe
> Olivier Crepin-Leblond:The current version is tick & cross
> avri:oh, you mean each clinet sees a different symbology?
> Olivier Crepin-Leblond:not sure if it's the client or the server. Do
>you see thumbs or ticks & crosses?
> avri:ticks and crosses. it was my faulty recollection. was on the
>other kind of system earlier this week for some other meeting.
> Olivier Crepin-Leblond:so that's what I have noticed - some AC rooms
>have thumbs up & down and some have ticks & crosses
> CHRISTOPHER WILKINSON:Bill is coming over, unintelligible.
> Bill Drake:Sorry Chris, I am persistently unintelligible
> avri:Not perhaps caused, but once a window is openned, it is never
>completely closed again. Perhaps not causation as it takes more than one
>open window, but we went to Tunisia and Egypt and both are more open now.
> Gisella Gruber-White:Sebastien Bachollet has joined the call
> avri:i did, it was unremarkable.
> Gisella Gruber-White:Please note recording, transcript and presentation
>are available at: http://gnso.icann.org/calendar/#oct
> Olivier Crepin-Leblond:can whoever is turning hands into microphones
>please not do that?
> avri:as i said, i particpated in the webinar, and it was rather
>unremarkable. not really worth alot of anybody's time.
> Gisella Gruber-White:It was a Policy update with no specific agenda
> Olivier Crepin-Leblond:Oksana - inactive ALSes was the RALO
>secretariats meeting, not the Policy Webinar from ICANN policy team
> Yrjo Lansipuro:I agree with Avri. I think we have to go to Azerbaijan
>to support whatever forces there are for Internet freedom. It may not
>lead to anything right now, but like in Tunisia, we might see some change
>in the long run
> avri:In tubnis, we and Eu Parliamentarians joined the Tunisian HR
>activists in the streets. That was importnat.
> Siranush Vardanyan:unfortunately, even if Azerbaijan promised to
>provide security to all, the latest events with different sport
>championships there, and particularly boxing championship showed that
>Armenians are always in trouble there (people there met our boxers on the
>ring with stones and noone could stop that), so, in practice, there is no
>security even if it is under UN auspices. So, maybe it is worthy to go
>there, but not for Armenians.
> Siranush Vardanyan:just a remark to the general discussion on this topic
> Heidi Ullrich:At-Large Workspace for Dakar:
> Heidi Ullrich:Main Meeting Schedule:
> avri:Well I notice the Board is keeping the next CEO choice totally
>within the Board. Do they really care about other people's opinions?
> avri:Or is it like last time, just collect opinions for show, but then
>do their own thing in secret.
> Heidi Ullrich:The FR and ES translations of the At-Large meetings are
>currently being posted on the At-Large link above.
> Olivier Crepin-Leblond:Yes Yjrö -- please bring it up in Dakar
> Wolf Ludwig:Can you make a draft or the letter to the Board available,
> Oksana Prykhodko:I am sorry for my problems with Internet
> Siranush Vardanyan:can you dial out me again, my call was disconnected
> Bill Drake:There is a NCSG meeting starting in three minutes so I will
>have to drop off as scheduled. Bye all
> Yrjo Lansipuro:Olivier, Wolf - Of course. The letter as signed by ten
>people concerned about the selection of the new CEO has been sent to
>Steve, and is there on a number of blogsites.
> Siranush Vardanyan:i am back
> Wolf Ludwig:See you in Dakar, Bill.
> Heidi Ullrich:Thank you, Sebastien. The slides are very clear and
>comprehensive. At-Large staff will be working on a wiki page where this
>slide deck and other At-Large inreach/outreach documentation will be
> Olivier Crepin-Leblond:I've read it, Yrjö
> Yrjo Lansipuro:The open letter to the Chair of the Board can be found
> Heidi Ullrich:Link to PCs: http://www.icann.org/en/public-comment/
> Heidi Ullrich:It is also under the Web Links 2 pod to your left on the
> Heidi Ullrich:Geographics Review Workspace for At-Large:
> Lutz Donnerhacke:cu next week
> Heidi Ullrich:Have a good flight, Lutz. Looking forward to your Whois
> Wolf Ludwig:Bye Lutz - see you soon
> CHRISTOPHER WILKINSON:Best wishes to all of you going to Dakar. Thanks,
>Wolf, everyone. Leaving the call now
> Lutz Donnerhacke:Heidu: don'r kidding with me
> Lutz Donnerhacke:Good fdlight everyone
> Siranush Vardanyan:see you all in Dakar and safe flights to all of us
> Yrjo Lansipuro:See you in Dakar
> Heidi Ullrich:See you in Dakar!
> Wolf Ludwig:Thanks to every body for attending and contributions and
>see you soon!
> Oksana Prykhodko:See you in Dakar
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