[lac-discuss-en] RV: Use of Country and Territory Names / Codes as Top-Level Domains

asoto at ibero-americano.org asoto at ibero-americano.org
Fri Sep 18 00:28:48 UTC 2015

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 Subject: Re: RV: Use of Country and Territory Names / Codes as Top-Level Domains 
 From: asoto at ibero-americano.org

 Dear Carlos, I am still optimistic for a few issues, and this may be one 
 from them. 

 Think a meeting with someone, anyone, a member of the groups sb 
 involved, coordinated to within a few days, could contribute to 
 that we bring something else before Dublin? 

 I agree that the work of Cheryl has been titnica, as always in the 
 issues that estinvoucrada. 

 I am committed to achieving that meeting with whom you consider appropriate, not 
 matter the level. 

 Best regards 

 Alberto Soto 

 From: Carlos Gutierrez Ral [mailto: crg at isoc-cr.org] 
 Posted on: Thursday, September 17, 2015 8:59 pm 
 To: Alberto Soto <asoto at ibero-americano.org> ; Dr.Alejandro Pisanty Baruch 
<apisanty at gmail.com>
 CC: LACRALO <lac-discuss-es at atlarge-lists.icann.org> ; Cheryl Langdon-Orr 
<langdonorr at gmail.com> ; Alan Greenberg <alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca> ; Heather 
 Forrest (Heather.Forrest at acu.edu.au) <Heather.Forrest at acu.edu.au> ; Lars 
 Hoffmann <lars.hoffmann at icann.org>
 Subject: Re: [lac-discuss-en] FW: [ALAC] Use of Country and Territory 
 Names / Codes as Top-Level Domains 

 Thanks Alberto, Alejandro, 

 the participation of all has been very low, not only ALAC. 

 Some reasons have been 

 * That the ccNSO reached no conclusion after 2 years of 
 work on your side, then you pasel killed a group ccNSO-GNSO 
 * Chairs of the 4 co, operate only 3 
 * That the GAC has made a counterproposal of a perimeter 
 broader definitions, and has consistently refused to participate in 
 this group.Nor do we know much of the GAC group on this issue, although 
 It is led by Argentina 
 * Knowledge on the subject is increasingly scarce and thanks to 
 2 people in particular have been able at least to count 
 detailed history of 2-character codes 
 * That calls every 2-3 weeks, not having passed 10 people, 
 including the usual three and two Staff Co Chairs 
 * Definitely the participation of Cheryl has been heroic 
 * Foundation without further discussed in such a narrow frame 
 we will close the chapter on the 2-letter codes in Dublin and will 
 declare the remainder (3 letter and longer names) as desert and close the 

 Cheryl thank you for keeping ALACs strong and permanent Presence In This CWG 

 Alan, if there are no f2f meetings, CWG as boring as this one Apparently 
 Apparently Tend to fall into oblivion (but not the Because the lack of 
 airline tickets) but lack of fresh thinking Because .. 

 Thank you all and ojalpuedan part in the final meeting of Dublin 

 Ral Carlos Gutierrez 

 email: crg at isoc-cr.org <mailto:crg at isoc-cr.org>
 Skype: carlos.raulg 
 +506 8837 7173 (cell) 
 +506 4000 2000 (home) 
 +506 2290 3678 (fax) 
 Section 1571-1000 

 San Jose, COSTA RICA 

 On Sep 17, 2015, at 8:56 a.m., Alberto Soto <asoto at ibero-americano.org 
<mailto:asoto at ibero-americano.org> &gt; Wrote: 

 Dear, you will want someone from our region to run 
 and collaborate on this issue. I think we have several who have 
 knowledge required. 
 Best regards 

 Alberto Soto 

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 From: alac-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org 
<mailto:alac-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org>
 [Mailto: alac-bounces at atlarge-lists.icann.org] On behalf of Alan Greenberg 
 Posted on: Thursday, September 17, 2015 11:51 a.m. 
 To: ALAC <alac at atlarge-lists.icann.org 
<mailto:alac at atlarge-lists.icann.org> &gt; 
 Subject: [ALAC] Use of Country and Territory Names / Codes as Top-Level Domains 

 May As you know, there is a joint ccNSO-GNSO Cross-Community Working Group 
 on the use of country and territory names as Top Level Domains (CWG-UCTN). 

 The CWG is soliciting input on the use of three-letter country codes 
 - See  https://community.icann.org/x/VIxYAw 

 Cheryl is the only active At-Large participant in the CWG. 

 In generally, the ALAC has taken the position That Should there be no 
 restrictions on the use of a formal country / territory names for 2nd-level 
 domain names, but not HAD Considered Their use as top-level domains in 
 recent years. The three-letter codes Were not available for assignment 
 During the first round of new gTLDs.

 We are looking for a volunteer to, in consultation With Cheryl, review 
 Whether an ALAC statement is Necessary and Advisable, and if so to draft 
 Such a statement. 

 Please Redistribute This RALOs to your Appropriate That if you feel. 



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