ccTLD Consultation Session #2: Wednesday, 16 December 2020 | 11:30 UTC - Shared screen with speaker view
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The ICANN org paper is published here as well: https://ccnso.icann.org/en/workinggroups/community-consultation-icann-public-meetings-strategic-changes-11dec20-en.pdf
I have 3 screens, it took me a while to find where the poll window had popped up :-)
I share the same views as Katrina
I also agree with Katrina.
During to 2 weeks we have a lot of another meetings and it is hare to concentrate on one big meeting.
I’d prefer 1 week, 2 weeks is very exhausting, especially if there are another events.
not hare-hare, typo. sorry
maybe I missed the connotations of ‘must be included on the public schedule’?
good point, Barbara
so, are there any strings attached to being or not being ‘on the schedule’? more services, archives, other - or really only visibility (and collision detection)?
Irina, me too
I answered “very likely”, but as a board member, I don’t really have a choice :-)
that was my rationale also
I’m not attending, just listening
Thanks, Bart. Very helpful.. Have to leave now - other zoom :-( Bye all.
Networking is a very important part of F2F meetings, doesn’t work for me online, so I wouldn’t attend online networking events
it’s very difficult online.
We have 2 more polls for you today.
Hiderabad, sorry, typo
interestingly I've networked online just through chats during ICANN eMeetings than I did in physical ones. I think if opportunity presents to network virtually, it'd still work. :)
is that all so/ac in a single session?
the update session could well be moved into the pre-meeting week
but is it really necessary? It's like 5 minutes per SO/AC.
+ to Peter: or be in format of pre-ICANN report
@katrine: not sure, there are written updates as well, but for a condensed preparation it might be helpful, at least i like to see what the AC/SA are going to deal with over the course of the week
No, problem Piter ;)
written update can be more effective
@Peter Anyway it can be done in written form
I completely agree
I don’t see the value of regional meetings for ccTLDs - this is the role of regional organisations
tend to agree, Barbara
We have stressed this position with other SOACs and ICANN org before
my views to Barbara
@Barbara Does 'Regional meeting' mean that ONLY people from this region can attend? If not, I believe it is better than nothing -))
No, the idea is that people from other regions are welcome too
Don’t know, Irina :-)
In question 5, I think to would have gotten a lot more votes if it had said “3 time zones”
Thanks for this opportunity to contribute !
Thank you very much and sorry-I need to leave this meeting for another one. Have a nice holidays!
thank you! bye!