051040031: RySG Meetings - Shared screen with speaker view
Sue Schuler (RySG Secretariat)
Welcome to the meeting of the RA/RAA Amendment discussion Group. Please announce your name before speaking for purposes of the transcript. Please mute your microphone when not speaking to help maintain sound quality. Thanks
Hi everyone, great to be here :)
It's my first!
First of many :)
2.5 years, then.
6+18, 24 months then.
IRT's can't change technical specifications, either IETF standards or the RDAP profile.
Understand your concern, but I think in this case its apples to oranges. If there is a Consensus Policy, they we must come into compliance within a reasonable time period. That is already set forth in the agreements
Temporary policies are just that...temporary
Most changes in EPDP Phase 1 make less information available in RDAP, not more. That's usually easier.
Agree with Jeff.
2000 ms is the port-43 WHOIS SLR today.
A valid response is that the technology is different.
@Karla - can you send out your spreadsheet to this group?
Owen Smigelski (Namecheap)
Web whois searches at Namecheap were less than .5% of all whois queries during the same time period that ICANN is citing.
Its all of whack....look at the anomoliees
But the use is not what you believe it is. Its not even close. Look at the anomolies
And if registries have those high numbers, there is a problem with the registry's reporting
Hi Jeff, ok we understand, The SSAC has raised similar concerns. We will have some discussions with specific registries.
BTW, all of all queries for our TLDs are from ICANN SLA Monitoring.
I think the bottom line is that the assumption that searchability is really used is not necessarily correct. And if that is the assumption behind wanting all registries to implement some form of searchable RDAP, then the need for searchability is not correct
Just suggest a consensus policy that requires RDAP Search and you will get it.
1-2-3 Compliance process
Summer ? No summer around here... ;-)