[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

Dear All,

Please find hereafter today's Adobe Connect chat transcript.

This has been posted to the meeting page as well as the recording.


Thank you.
Kind regards,

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
>(for germany)
>  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
>for TaC. 
>  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
>Connect server. 
>  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.
>  Sebastien:Thanks
>  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.
>  Sebastien:Thanks
>  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
>Rt update. 
>  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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