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Old 29th March 2007, 11:35 PM
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Tina's Report

http://www.icann.org/meetings/lisbon...um-29mar07.htm

Some exerpts:

>>First of all, that it might not be possible to separate internationalized top-level domains into ccTLDs, gTLDs, or any other categories. Now, what that, of course, means is that the ccNSO, GNSO, and the GAC IDN working groups have a large amount of overlapping issues that they all are considering, and they need to be solved together.

ccNSO, GNSO, and the GAC all have separate processes for how they solve issues and provide recommendations. So it's very clear to me that staff needs to talk to the chairs, of course, also to members of these groups, for figuring out a way to move this forward in a transparent, efficient, and fast process across all three groups.

So we've taken that task from the workshop.

And then the last thing I wanted to say is two things. First of all, apologies to all of those who need internationalized top-level labels, because we just don't have that capability today.

And a thank you to all of those who work really hard and actively to make internationalized top-level labels a reality. Of course, there's overlap between these groups.<<

Anyone who can get their heads around the last two paragraphs is already ahead of me!

And is this an endorsement or a stilleto:

>>ADRIAN KINDERIS: My -- just an observation, I guess. In working how I am through my organization, especially -- particularly in the Middle East at the moment and dealing with the issue of IDNs, I'd like to say that first of all, Tina Dam has been instrumental in assisting us in the process.

But looking at the report from IANA there, it seems, you know, the progress they've made and the success they've had, I just think from at least our perspective, that Tina is a staff of one, pretty much, with respect to the IDNs directly under ICANN. And she seems to be fairly stressed, at least in -- or at least spread fairly thin.

So if I can provide any feedback, it's that, potentially, some support for her, for what it's worth.

Thank you.<<

but it seems what we are being promised is more talking:

>>BERNIE TURCOTTE:

A further session was dedicated to discussing the draft issues paper prepared by the joint ccNSO/GAC working group. It was agreed that a great deal more discussion is required on this issue and that a full day session would be scheduled for the San Juan, Puerto Rico meeting to deal only with this issue, so we can hopefully move forward quickly.<<
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