[At-Large] FRIENDLY REMINDER: Review on Trusted Community Representation #Root #Zone #DNSSEC [Call for Comments]
Salanieta T. Tamanikaiwaimaro
salanieta.tamanikaiwaimaro at gmail.com
Tue Feb 4 19:02:56 UTC 2014
The call for comments from At Large closes on 7th February, 2014.
There is currently some difference in views on whether the Trusted
Community Representatives (TCRs) should have indefinite terms of whether
this should rotated.
Should TCRs continue to remain self funded or should they be funded?
There are also a few other important aspects of this that we would like to
consult the wider community on before amending the draft. For those of you
who have already commented, thank you. I am mindful that we still have not
heard from others. Feel free to comment directly on the wiki via the link
below or by responding to this thread.
Your input into this process will help us finalize the Draft. May we have
your views please?
On Mon, Feb 3, 2014 at 7:45 AM, Salanieta T. Tamanikaiwaimaro <
salanieta.tamanikaiwaimaro at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear All,
> This is just a friendly reminder in case you missed it that there is an
> ongoing Review on Trusted Community Representation in Root Zone DNSSEC Key
> Signing Ceremonies. Grateful if the RALO Chairs could also ask their
> members for their views.
> For the benefit of the general community at large and those who have just
> entered the community, you would have been advised at some point that
> anyone in At Large can have their say on aspects of Policies either
> individually as you comment directly on the site to the staff concerned or
> as we in the At Large community do it through the At Large channels by way
> of the "Wiki" or through email discussions.
> If you would like to comment on the Draft Statement currently being
> developed by the At Large on this matter, visit:
> If you are finding that you have difficulties posting your comment on the
> wiki, feel free to respond to this thread and post your thoughts. On the
> wiki you will see that the Review Team had laid several questions for the
> public and wider community. This can help guide your comments and to have a
> fair idea of the areas that they want and value your feedback on. The At
> Large will close the call for comments on the 7th of February, 2014 so get
> your thoughts in if you want them factored in.
> In case you do not have a profile to enable you to post on the Wiki (ICANN
> Confluence) - please contact At Large staff offline.
> Kind Regards,
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