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APAC Space - Shared screen with speaker view
Mark Datysgeld
37:07
Warms regards from LAC to all APAC friends! (Hello Javier)
Pam Little
37:29
Hello all and welcome to the APAC Space!
Mary Wong
37:35
@Judith, unfortunately, no, attendees cannot see who else is in the “room”.
Justine Chew
38:21
I apologise in advance for having to leave this call at half-past for PDP duties elsewhere.
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
38:41
Please ensure that you select from the drop down menu in chat To: "All panellists and attendees
Sabrina Lim
40:11
Hello, my name is Sabrina and I will be monitoring this chat room. If you have a comment or question to raise please use the Q&A pod available. Comments or questions placed in the chat here may not be read out. If you would like to speak please feel free to raise your hand to be unmuted.
Sabrina Lim
40:44
Please note this session follows the ICANN Expected Standards of Behavior: http://www.icann.org/en/news/in-focus/accountability/expected-standards
Sabrina Lim
41:12
A kind reminder on the dropdown menu in chat: if you would like to send your message to everyone, please select "Panelists and all attendees".
Sabrina Lim
42:25
www.apacspace.asia
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
43:43
Can you let us know at least how many attendees are joining us here in APAC Space today
Mary Wong
44:14
@Cheryl, I believe we are at around 100 attendees (not counting the panelists and session support staff).
Sabrina Lim
44:22
We have 119 people right now
Judith Hellerstein
44:32
I think he said his daughter would be doing the talking
Jennifer Chung
44:54
@Cheryl, if you are in the zoom app and you hover over the top bar, you can see there are 16 panelists and 103 attendees? So 119 like what Sabrina mentioned :)
Maureen Hilyard-ALAC
45:46
Thank you Jen.. I hadn't noticed that feature before.
Judith Hellerstein
46:11
you cannot do this on the iPad app
Aris Ignacio
46:35
Even in the android app.. 😊
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
46:43
it does not work in all OS's and I am a subscribed Zoom user
Jennifer Chung
47:21
@Cheryl, ah good to know
Sabrina Lim
47:35
Hi Aisyah, might you still want to speak on Prof’s behalf?
Judith Hellerstein
47:45
perhaps it will work on the desktop version
Lito Ibarra
48:03
It does, Judith
Maureen Hilyard-ALAC
48:26
Yes Judith. I am using my laptop
Sabrina Lim
48:31
I’m trying to message Calvin Browne about his hand up but I don’t see his name in chat dropdown list for attendees
Sabrina Lim
50:24
Hi Calvin, I see your hand is up. Do you have a question for us?
Jia Rong Low
51:11
@Pam - do you think it’s better to open the floor for any questions quickly after each speaker?
Pam Little
53:02
@Jia Rong - I think either way would work.
Jia Rong Low
54:03
As we have a lot of speakers, suggest after 2 speakers we give Pam a minute to ask whether there are any questions and she can facilitate.
Pam Little
54:30
Sounds good.
Sabrina Lim
54:51
ok!
Pam Little
55:06
lost audio?
Sabrina Lim
56:01
Jia Rong, ok if we let Aisyah speak briefly after the last speaker?
Jia Rong Low
56:14
yes it’s fine
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
56:27
Well noted @Ajay
Ajay Data
56:52
thank you @cheryl
Jia Rong Low
56:56
Pam’s our facilitator for today’s APAC Space! Thank you!
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
57:08
Hi @Pam of course only you can see the attendes we attendees see nothing
Heather Forrest
57:12
Hooray, Pam and thank you!
Priyatosh Jana
57:21
Thanks Dr.Data
León Felipe Sánchez Ambía
57:24
It is a pleasure to be here Pam
Calvin Browne
58:01
@sabrina - nope apologies
León Felipe Sánchez Ambía
58:03
As an honorary APAC member (Mexico is in the APAC region although not for ICANN purposes) it is always good to be with my APAC colleagues
Jia Rong Low
58:33
@Leon great to have you!
Sabrina Lim
58:42
We have 116 participants now. If you might like to see the numbers, please be in full screen view.
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
58:50
Always a pleasure @León
MAEMURA Akinori
58:51
@Leon, you are a member. Thanks!
Judith Hellerstein
58:53
is knet from Korea?
León Felipe Sánchez Ambía
59:09
Thanks Jia Rong and Akinori-san!
Justine Chew
59:14
Sorry, I have drop off for another call. Best wishes to all.
León Felipe Sánchez Ambía
59:18
Thanks Cheryl!
MAEMURA Akinori
59:23
KNET is I think from China, isn’t it?
Edmon
59:33
yes from china
Calvin Browne
59:39
@cheryl - I getthe panelists & attendee figures in my title bar (Linux native client here)
Judith Hellerstein
59:54
thanks @edmon. us newcomers do not know these companies
Sabrina Lim
01:00:24
Calvin said no question, hand is down now
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:00:27
Not in all OS's @Calvin and not in Full Screen mode either on some systems
Satish Babu
01:00:59
Does not seem to work in the Linux version.
Calvin Browne
01:01:20
(which is why I included my os & type ;-) )
Calvin Browne
01:01:55
Anyway - heading off to GNSO - take care
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:02:08
so it is nice fore those who can't see the top bar or get the hover cue, for occasional updates, in this 'blind' for other than panelists set up
Sabrina Lim
01:02:10
Thanks for joining Calvin!
Korry Luke
01:02:21
The mobile, web, and linux clients are a bit limited compared to Mac/Windows I’ve noticed
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:02:47
Indeed @Korry
Herb Waye Ombuds
01:02:56
Heading over to GNSO also... nice to virtually see you all
Jia Rong Low
01:03:07
great having you Herb!
Korry Luke
01:03:36
Sorry if this got answered earlier, but will the slides for this session be uploaded later?
Sabrina Lim
01:04:36
@Korry: Yes :]
Jia Rong Low
01:04:45
@Korry - yes. All our slides will be on the apacspace community wiki page. For easy access: www.apacspace.asia
Pam Little
01:05:18
I have not seen any slides from the presenters so far. Is that right?
Jia Rong Low
01:05:41
@Pam - correct. Not all the speakers have slides.
Sabrina Lim
01:05:57
Ok Aisyah, I’ll let you on briefly for a minute after Manju and before Pam toward the end of session
Pam Little
01:06:12
Thanks, Jia Rong.
Jia Rong Low
01:06:41
For speakers - as usual it’s still better to have slides as it’s easier for others to follow you. Especially for our community as most of us don’t speak English as a native language
Korry Luke
01:06:44
@Sabrina & @Jia Rong - Thanks!
Jia Rong Low
01:06:56
take it as feedback for next time!
Pam Little
01:07:12
@Sabrina, we have a question in the Q&A Pod. Would you like me to read that aloud after Antonia’s presentation?
Sabrina Lim
01:08:14
@Pam, yes we can go to the questions after Anotonia. I’ll help you read them
Sabrina Lim
01:08:25
*Antonia
Pam Little
01:08:31
Great. Thanks, Sabrina.
Kurt Pritz
01:11:54
That was excellent by Sophia. Thank you
Jia Rong Low
01:12:03
@Rubens and @Kurt - we’ll come to your questions after Antonia’s sharing
Maureen Hilyard-ALAC
01:12:25
Thank you Sophia for your presentation.
Javier Rúa-Jovet (ALAC)
01:13:38
I'm really missing the "all panelists" list & DM capabilities :(
Rubens Kuhl
01:14:59
@Jia, thanks.
Sophia Feng
01:15:48
Thank you everyone. Apology on the missing slides, will have it ready next time:)
Sabrina Lim
01:17:01
@Sophia: No worries, thanks so much for your insightful sharing :)
Venkat Ramanan
01:17:47
Thanks Sophia. Venkataramanan from New Delhi
Heather Forrest
01:19:29
@Rubens - what is the increase in ccTLD registrations in other parts of the world attributed to? In other words, is there data to explain the increase?
Maureen Hilyard-ALAC
01:19:38
Sorry have to leave now.
Rubens Kuhl
01:19:44
Just as reference, while written in local language, statistics for .br show that as well:
Rubens Kuhl
01:19:45
https://registro.br/dominio/estatisticas/
Rubens Kuhl
01:20:18
@Heather, the working theory is that people are being forced to go thru a full digital transformation of businesses.
Sabrina Lim
01:21:02
@Maureen: Thanks for joining us!
Heather Forrest
01:21:36
@Rubens - not sure I understand 100% what you mean. "People" - is that registrants? and "full digital transformation of business processes" = what, exactly? Sorry, just trying to understand
Rubens Kuhl
01:22:19
@Heather, yes, registrants. Digital transformation means moving previously off-line business processes to online processes.
Heather Forrest
01:24:47
@Rubens - thanks for the information. I wonder how much those few remaining ccTLDs using off-line processes are impacting the global numbers.
Rubens Kuhl
01:26:29
@Heather, note that I am mentioning processes changes in the registrants businesses, not in the ccTLD itself. Except for the Caribbean and Africa, most ccTLDs are a pure online operation. APAC included.
Jia Rong Low
01:26:36
I think we can take Afiq’s question later.
Jia Rong Low
01:26:46
Move to next speaker after this
Sabrina Lim
01:27:12
noted on shifting Afiq’s question for later
Heather Forrest
01:27:48
Understood, Rubens, and that's why I was confused about changes in global numbers
Heather Forrest
01:28:07
I think we need some deeper data on this to understand why registrants are leaving gTLDs for ccTLDs
Rubens Kuhl
01:29:17
@Heather, noting that I am still speculating, it seems the dominant TLD in each market is being favoured. When it's the local ccTLD, like in most countries except the US, it's the ccTLD.
Rubens Kuhl
01:29:38
A "bigger gets bigger" situation.
Heather Forrest
01:31:56
Thanks, @Rubens - there's a great question here for a PhD student to get us to a data-based answer!
MAEMURA Akinori
01:33:15
Great discussion @Rubens and @Heather :-)
Jia Rong Low
01:33:41
+1 to Akinori. Very interactive session I must say
MAEMURA Akinori
01:34:20
I am for “bigger gets bigger” theory
Rubens Kuhl
01:36:03
On contact tracing privacy, it can be done without hurting privacy:
Rubens Kuhl
01:36:05
https://ncase.me/contact-tracing/
Aftab Siddiqui
01:36:16
Have to drop off now. Thanks
Jia Rong Low
01:36:39
Thanks for joining Aftab
Sabrina Lim
01:36:48
Thank you for joining us, Aftab :)
Jia Rong Low
01:37:10
great photo Satish
Brajesh Jain
01:37:23
I also need to move off. Brajesh Jain
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:37:25
great image @Satish
Judith Hellerstein
01:37:43
such a great photo
Sabrina Lim
01:37:46
Thank you for joining Brajesh :)
Jia Rong Low
01:40:39
great to see you on video as well Manju!
Sabrina Lim
01:40:58
Looking good Manju!
Andee Hill
01:41:09
Love the video!
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:41:15
Yes seeing presenters at least gives us a semblance of networking!
Judith Hellerstein
01:41:23
yes just for a brief moment now i just see Sabrina who does not have video
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:41:31
Thank you @Manju!!!
Amrita Choudhury
01:41:32
true Cheryl
Korry Luke
01:41:38
If anyone is interested in Youth4IG, you can find out more at https://youth4ig.asia/
Judith Hellerstein
01:41:50
great to see Manju now
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:41:57
Thanks @Korry
Judith Hellerstein
01:41:58
it does really help
Sabrina Lim
01:42:42
We now have a 2nd question in question pod too. I’ll help to read out later
Ashwin Reddy (NextGen)
01:43:01
https://y4ig.asia/analysis/
Jenna Fung
01:43:15
Talking about Youth, the YIGF Asia Pacific 2020 is going virtual this year on 18-20 Sep. Hope that we can have more youth joining the event this year. Program details: https://nma.asia/yigf-2020-registration
Ashwin Reddy (NextGen)
01:43:21
https://y4ig.asia/analysis/
Jaewon Son
01:43:32
youth4ig will be organizing the readout session for youth after icann meeting!so please stay tuned :-)
MAEMURA Akinori
01:43:36
Maybe a tip: If you experience the speaker window sticks to the previous one, to put it off once and bring it back may work. so to say refreshing.
Ashwin Reddy (NextGen)
01:43:46
Sry! Working Link: https://youth4ig.asia/analysis/
MAEMURA Akinori
01:43:58
Now I see Manju. ;-)
Sabrina Lim
01:44:57
To add to Akinori’s tip, sometimes enlarging your view to full screen helps refresh/update the speaker video and name display
Jenna Fung
01:47:10
The organising committee of YIGF 2020 wish to touch on the topic of "Privacy Umbrella - “Violation of Data and Privacy in the COVID-19 Era” and "Internet disaster management in and after emergency situations", hope youth from Y4IG will be joining too
Pavel Farhan
01:47:10
glad to hear the alcohol ban being referenced haha
Jennifer Chung
01:48:13
Y4IG, think about joining the planning for the Youth track at the global virtual IGF this year :)
Amrita Choudhury
01:50:10
Thanks Manju for sharing the youth perspective
Elliott Mann
01:50:32
@Jennifer, Will do - unfort I haven't been able to catch many of the calls due to bad time zone, but I've been trying to keep track
Elliott Mann
01:50:46
Will for sure try to keep us involved
Judith Hellerstein
01:51:06
thanks Manju for your thoughts
Jennifer Chung
01:51:17
@Elliott, good to know, yes those calls skew towards the UTC timezone and is more difficult for APAC.
Heather Forrest
01:51:30
Apologies, all - I have to drop for another meeting, but I very much appreciate the opportunity to get APAC together here. Well done Pam, Jia-Rong, and all speakers.
Rafik Dammak
01:51:31
I think it is important to emphasize that is a lot (or most)of work in ICANN is done between ICANN meetings in WG calls etc and that is before covid19.
Kalpana Shrestha
01:51:58
Hello Manju, I am from Nepal, will you please send me your email id that I would like to contribute from Nepal.
MAEMURA Akinori
01:52:00
I miss KL a lot!
Pam Little
01:52:03
Thank you Heather.
Jia Rong Low
01:52:14
we have 5 mins left - need to manage the time
Judith Hellerstein
01:52:47
hi aiysha look forward to seeing you tomorrow at theisoc@icann meeting
Aris Ignacio
01:52:53
That's very nice.. 🙂
Sabrina Lim
01:52:53
Can we try to squeeze in the 3 questions?
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:53:23
@Aisyah Thank you!
Viviane Vinagre
01:53:35
Join tomorrow at Isoc@ICANN meeting
Viviane Vinagre
01:53:41
thank you @aisyah
David Cake
01:53:56
Timing of ICANN WG calls etc is an ongoing issue for APAC, with calls usually juggling convenience for Europe/UTC and the US and APAC caught between.
Amrita Choudhury
01:54:01
Thanks Aisyah
David Cake
01:54:31
I’ve given up on involvement in several PDPs that scheduled all calls at 3-4am my time!
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:55:05
It certainly ycan take its toll on us 2David
David Cake
01:55:07
Yet my timezone, UTC+8, has nearly a quarter of the worlds population!
Afiq Ammar, MCMC Malaysia
01:55:42
yes please. I believe it’s related to the previous question. thank you anyway for addressing
Joyce Chen
01:56:32
Thank you all for a good discussion. Heading to another session. Stay safe everyone!
David Cake
01:56:34
Yes, Cheryl, I certainly feel that meeting that are midnight are 2-3am my time for you, Holly, Heather and others on the East coast.
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:56:44
Thank you @Satish and AJ radio is so often overlooked!! yet essential in many places
Pavel Farhan
01:56:52
Really appreciate the answers from Satish and Ajay! Thank you!
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:57:34
Thanks SO much @Manju I have the page link
Sabrina Lim
01:57:53
Sure, will do Manju
Jia Rong Low
01:58:22
Thank you for facilitating Pam! Very interactive session!
Lianna Galstyan, Armenia
01:58:29
Thank you all.
Edmon
01:58:30
i put my hand up
Pam Little
01:58:42
Thank you all for joining.
Korry Luke
01:59:02
@Cheryl we have our first annual report at https://youth4ig.asia/report/volume-1/ that lists a breakdown of all our membership
Manju Chen
01:59:21
hi @Kalpana, my email is manju@nii.org.tw
Pam Little
01:59:44
Great point, Edmon.
MAEMURA Akinori
02:00:06
indeed.
Pam Little
02:00:14
Never let a crisis go to waste.
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
02:00:40
Bye for now then... Thanks everyone... let's hope we are not limited to this Webinar format that for our purposes is less than ideal in future APAC Space gatherings, needs must however and I appreciated the efforts for today...
Amrita Choudhury
02:00:57
Thank you all
Save Vocea
02:00:58
Thanks all
mili
02:00:58
thank you all for a great session and supporting youth!
Satish Babu
02:01:01
Thanks and bye!
Manju Chen
02:01:01
thank you all!
Jaewon Son
02:01:02
thank you for today!
MAEMURA Akinori
02:01:03
THank you everybody, enjoy VIrtual 68 and feel KL!
Elliott Mann
02:01:03
Thanks!
Aris Ignacio
02:01:04
thanks a lot!
Pavel Farhan
02:01:05
Thank you all!
David Cake
02:01:06
thank you
Edmon
02:01:08
thx bye
Korry Luke
02:01:10
Thanks all!
Judith Hellerstein
02:01:17
bye everyone