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051040040 RPMs in all gTLDS PDP WG - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie Hedlund
21:32
Also includes suggested changes from Griffin
Ariel Liang
21:47
Note (1) incorporates Griffin’s proposed edit as follows: (1) mandatory RPMs should only be for trademarks, not other source designations that do not function as trademarks, including Geographical Indications;
Griffin Barnett
21:51
The above doesn’t include my changes, FYI
Julie Bisland
21:57
Please review ICANN Expected Standards of Behavior here: https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/expected-standards-2016-06-28-en
Griffin Barnett
22:01
(The original pasted text_
Zak Muscovitch
22:07
Pinch yourself, Phil ;)
Ariel Liang
22:16
@Griffin - the google doc has been revised to incorporate your edits
Griffin Barnett
22:41
I see that, was just noting that what was initially pasted above doesn’t, in case people were looking at that
Kathryn Kleiman
22:42
Applause, thanks and cheers!!
Paul McGrady
23:23
And former Council Liaison! :-)
Ariel Liang
23:26
Correct Griffin - c/p text was outdated
John McElwaine
23:28
A huge thanks to Phil, Kathy and Brian
Michael R. Graham
23:39
@Phil -- But I will miss (until Part Deux) our community.
John McElwaine
24:00
and our former council liaison, Paul :)
Kathryn Kleiman
24:03
And to John McElwaine and Paul McGrady as our two liaisons to Council!
Michael R. Graham
24:03
+1 John -- Kudos to the cat herders!
Susan.Payne
24:57
+1. and wow - can you believe we are nearly done!!
Steve Levy
30:29
Can’t believe it’s been 4.5+ years since our first call. Thanks to all of our determined leaders and contributors! It’s been a long, long road.
Kathryn Kleiman
32:27
Tx you to Staff for the edits
Paul McGrady
32:58
hahaha!
David McAuley (Verisign)
33:04
LoL
Zak Muscovitch
33:08
hahahah
Ariel Liang
33:12
https://gnso.icann.org/sites/default/files/file/field-file-attach/annex-1-gnso-wg-guidelines-24oct19-en.pdf
michaelrgraham
33:23
@Steve — I think we probably ALL should be committed. ;-)
Julie Hedlund
34:35
hand up
Steve Levy
35:14
Yes, Michael. We’re all far more dedicated and determined than good sense would warrant.
Mary Wong
38:40
This footnote (on Consensus Against) was added for clarity after a previous PDP group ended up in this position. Staff does not see it as an issue arising in this RPM PDP.
Philip Corwin
38:56
Thanks Mary, and agreed
Mary Wong
39:36
This footnote (on Consensus) can be contrasted, for example, in the ICANN context with “GAC Consensus”, which uses the international law custom instead.
Lori Schulman
47:04
Hi All. Sorry to be late.
Paul McGrady
47:46
Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace.
Kathryn Kleiman
47:56
Quick note that we will not be holding meetings during this 10 day period.
Julie Hedlund
48:36
If necessary, a meeting can be scheduled on 12 November, as Phil notes.
Lori Schulman
49:08
Hi. INTA Annual Meeting is that week. I cannot meet. Some of our members may not be able to meet as well.
Steve Levy
49:14
When do we expect to start Phase II?
Julie Hedlund
49:16
@Phil: That’s correct.
Kathryn Kleiman
49:27
Quick note that Nov. 12 is a Thursday.
Julie Hedlund
49:59
@Kathy: Correct. If needed we would use this 17:00 UTC time slot on that Thursday.
Kathryn Kleiman
50:18
Tx Julie!
Paul McGrady
50:43
Please post here what you will be doing with your extra 3 hours per week.
Lori Schulman
50:50
Is that when the rechartering starts Q1 2021? Or in December?
Paul McGrady
51:05
I'm going to learn to play the harmonica.
Lori Schulman
51:06
@Paul - catching up with Netflix binge watching.
Lori Schulman
51:25
@Paul - or finally take my German B1 exam. ;)
Zak Muscovitch
51:32
Is there an alumni association for this WG?
Steve Levy
51:45
@Paul, learn the harmonica part to Piano Man and we’ll jam at the next in-person meeting!
Lori Schulman
51:46
@Zak - there is a 12 step program for this group.
David McAuley (Verisign)
51:52
when do you expect the email to issue and start the ten day period? I missed that if it was said.
Zak Muscovitch
51:53
HA!
Mary Wong
52:03
@Lori, the GNSO Council has not determined when it will begin the rechartering process, but it is definitely on their action radar which lists items by month/quarter/further out.
Mary Wong
52:26
@David, staff will send out the email after this call, we expect no later than tomorrow.
Lori Schulman
52:27
@Mary - thanks. I think rechartering is going to be crucial.
David McAuley (Verisign)
52:39
Thanks Mary
Paul McGrady
53:39
"This was horrible. It took too long and ate up so much of my life. When does the next one start?" - anonymous
AIM - Marie Pattullo
53:42
I'm not here for the BC Phil - I'm here for AIM.
AIM - Marie Pattullo
54:16
Really - I am NOT here for the BC - no more than Zak is! Thanks for that though.
Maxim Alzoba
54:19
if I am not mistaken we are not using representative model of a WG
Julie Hedlund
54:29
@Maxim: That is correct.
Greg Shatan
54:46
@Paul — Is that a member of Working Group Participants Anonymous you are quoting?
Julie Hedlund
54:46
@Paul: Tomorrow.
Mary Wong
54:49
Basically, it isn’t about counting heads but it also isn’t about marginalizing members based on whether they are representing themselves, an organization or an ICANN community group. As Julie notes, that is up to the co-chairs and is not so much a science as it is a process that allows for flexibility.
Maxim Alzoba
55:07
having 10 days when a usual reaction of SG is 14 is not good
Steve Levy
55:15
A special thanks to ICANN Staff for all of their help and dedication throughout this long process!
Lori Schulman
55:26
What a slog...but we did it.
David McAuley (Verisign)
55:30
+1 @ Steve
Paul McGrady
55:52
Big thanks to Staff, Kathy, Phil and Brian. What an enormous amount of work. Congrats and well done to all of you.
michaelrgraham
55:52
Amen!
Griffin Barnett
56:01
Thanks all - good feeling to be done with our final WG meeting after all this time. Let’s hope for a smooth consensus call.
Mary Wong
56:08
@Maxim, the assumption is that any member representing a group will have been consulting and reporting back throughout the process, especially considering how extensive the Working Group’s discussions of each recommendation have been.
Jay Chapman
56:35
Thanks Kathy, Brian & Phil.
David McAuley (Verisign)
56:37
Many thanks to chairs, staff, and colleagues for this long and involved work.
Greg Shatan
56:40
A virtual toast to all!
Maxim Alzoba
56:40
thanks all
Jay Chapman
56:59
& thanks to staff as well
Kathryn Kleiman
57:15
Huge thanks to Staff for tremendous efforts, writing and editing!
Mary Wong
57:21
Unfortunately, there isn’t a tradition of a reception for each PDP group when it completes its work - but the Council resolution on the outcomes will always thank the group!
Jason Schaeffer
57:30
Yes, thank you all, and thanks Kathy. it would be nice to get back to an in person ICANN to celebrate the close of this WG.
Paul McGrady
58:14
I'll buy the first round at the next in-person meeting!
AIM - Marie Pattullo
58:26
Traditions have to be created sometime, Mary ;-).
Georges Nahitchevansky
58:45
Thanks to staff and everyone for this effort
Ariel Liang
58:52
Thanks very much to the Co-Chairs and thanks to everyone’s hard work
Zak Muscovitch
58:53
Thank you!
Lori Schulman
58:53
Thank you. Ciao!
Jay Chapman
58:53
Thanks, all
Griffin Barnett
58:55
K thx bye
Griffin Barnett
58:57
lol
Paul Tattersfield
58:58
Thanks everyone a lot of work bye all
Maxim Alzoba
59:00
bye all
Kathryn Kleiman
59:00
Tx Phil!!
Lori Schulman
59:07
Special thanks to staff.
Greg Shatan
59:10
Bye all! And thanks for all the fish.