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APTLD Monthly Update (1999.6)

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1999. 6. 14
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APTLD News, June 1999
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1. The Berlin APTLD Meeting Minutes
2. The ICANN Berlin Meetings Wrap-up
   – ICANN Resolutions, May 27, 1999
   – ICANN Open Meeting
     DNSO General Assembly, May 25, 1999
   – About the Single Transferable Vote
   – GAC Report(Ramesh Kumar Nadarajah)
3. Interim Names Council Nomination 
4. The San Jose APTLD Meeting Agenda
5. The San Jose Open ccTLD Meeting Agenda
6. The San Jose Joint TLD Workshop Agenda
7. The proposals on APTLD
   – The Draft Proposal on Individual Membership Committee
   – The Draft Proposal on Membership Restructuring
   – The Draft Proposal on Four Working Groups on DNSO
   – The Draft Proposal on APTLD Funding
   – The Draft Proposal on AP* Secretariat
8. The update of new APTLD mailing list
9. The Expected Participants List of APTLD Meeting So Far.
10.iDNS/iName(Kwo Wei Wu), presented in the Interop.

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1.The Berlin APTLD Meeting Minutes are available at www.aptld.org

2.The ICANN Berlin Meetings Wrap-up

 – ICANN Resolutions, May 27, 1999

   You can refer to “http://www.icann.org/berlin/berlin-resolutions.html”

 – ICANN Open Meeting
   DNSO General Assembly, May 25, 1999
   
   Reports from the Constituency Goups
  
   You can refer to “http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/icann/berlin/archive/dnso_ga.h   tml”

 – About the Single Transferable Vote

   You can refer to “http://www.cix.co.uk/~rosenstiel/stvrules/intro.htm”

 – GAC Report(Ramesh Kumar Nadarajah)

   The AP region is vastly under-represented at GAC. By this I mean that:
   (i) some countries are not represented; and
   (ii) those AP countries that are represented are not as aware of the issues
   as some of the other countries.

   This leads to one clear conclusion: the outreach programme must also include
   national governments and any AP regional associations or organisations (e.g
   ASEAN) that may come within the definition of GAC’s membership.

   There needs to be a process to educate and communicate with the govt
   representatives so that they can adequately represent the interests of their
   people. Otherwise, the AP govt representatives will continue to operate in
   their traditional mode without understanding the Internet culture.

   Proper organisation and coordination among the AP GAC members will also
   enable us to raise new issues that are of concern to us instead of just
   following the lead of the European and North American countries.

3. Interim Names Council Nomination

        h.hotta@hco.ntt.co.jp            ISP
        harris@cabase.org.ar           ISP
        sastre@anwalt.de                 ISP

        susan.anthony@wcom.com    IP
        scaf@idealaw.com                  IP
        tshapiro@mpaa.org                IP

        jsola@aui.es                      Commercial
        jenglund@itaa.org             Commercial
       TSWINEHART/0002131750@MCIMAIL.COM    Commercial

4. The San Jose APTLD Meeting Agenda

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    Date: 1999. 6. 21. 8:00 – 12:30 
    Venue: Crown Plaza, San Jose
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 1. Welcome & Introduction from the Chair
 
 2. Roll-call
 
 3. Approval of Agenda
 
 4. Secretariat Report
     Meeting schedule
     Local Arrangement
     Mailing List
     Web Site
 
 5. APTLD Committee Report
    – Legal Committee
    – iName Committee
    – Finance Committee
    – Technology Committee
    – Developing Country Committee
    – Workshop Committee
 
 6. APTLD working groups on DNSO Constituencies
    – ccTLD
    – gTLD
    – commercial
    – non-commercial
    – isp
    – registrar
    – intellectual property 
   
 7. New Committee Proposals 
    – GAC/ Developing country   (Jim Higgins)
    – Individual Member (Kanchana Kanchanasut)
 
 8. APTLD Meeting Schedule 
    – 1999. 11 Los Angeles 
    – 2000. 02 Asia
 
 9. Future Meetings
    – 1999. 6.21        San Jose   Open ccTLD Meeting
    – 1999. 6.22        San Jose  Joint TLD Workshop
    – 1999. 6.25        San Jose   APNG
                               San Jose   iName
    – 1999. 8.24-26   Santiago   ICANN
    – 1999. 11            Los Angeles     ICANN
    – 2000. 2             Africa(?)       ICANN
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5. The San Jose Open ccTLD Meeting Agenda

   You can refer to “http://www.aptld.org/new/aptld/draft1”

6. The San Jose Joint TLD Workshop Agenda 

7. The proposals on APTLD

 – The Draft Proposal on Individual Membership Committee
 – The Draft Proposal on Membership Restructuring 
 – The Draft Proposal on Four Working Groups on DNSO 
 – The Draft Proposal on APTLD Funding 
 – The Draft Proposal on AP* secretarit 

8. The Update of new APTLD mailing list

Ramesh Kumar Nadarajah <ramesh@mimos.my>
Milton Mueller <mueller@syr.edu>
Masanobu Katoh <mkatoh@wdc.fujitsu.com>
Antony Van Couvering <avc@interport.net>

9. The Expected Participants List of APTLD Meeting So Far.

10. iDNS/iNAMEs(Kuo Wei Wu)

   Under construction. It would be available from June 15.
   Sorry for procrastination.
 

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