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Ejikeme Egbuogu
55:19
hello everyone
martinsutton
56:02
Hi everyone
Naeem Uddin
56:17
Hi all
Steve Chan
01:00:25
Line 182 is from the NCSG
Justine Chew
01:02:23
Thanks for the correction, Steve and Javier, re: the source of Line 182 comment. Definitely not from ALAC. :)
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:05:59
Apologies for my late arrival to todays call I have only just got back into Sydney on the last flight in from Melbourne.
Dev Anand Teelucksingh
01:08:49
hello all - sorry for being late
Jim Prendergast
01:09:26
Did Justines comment above get captured?
julie.hedlund
01:10:38
@Justine: We have caught that in the brief notes.
Steve Chan
01:10:50
i can jump in now
Justine Chew
01:11:35
@Javier, Qe10 refers to a series of proposals - those mentioned in the ALAC's comment.
Justine Chew
01:12:07
ie. Proposals 19, 19 Variants 1, 2 and 3, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26
Justine Chew
01:12:39
+1 Susan
Justine Chew
01:14:04
@Julie, yes, noted with thanks. I was simply reacting to Javier and Steve.
julie.hedlund
01:14:36
@Justine: Thanks and noted.
Steve Chan
01:15:08
Last question for the tab/section
Justine Chew
01:15:52
Line 187 comment from RDS-HN should be added to the list of comments for which clarification ought to be sought (as per last 2 calls) on that "Support" refers to.
Christopher Wilkinson
01:16:00
General Reservation on the NCSG view of Freedom of Speech. I cannot conceive that world-wide one could endorse the monopolisation of a single DNS name by a single Registry in the name of Freedom of Speech. No.
julie.hedlund
01:16:10
@Justine: Noted. Staff will do this.
Justine Chew
01:17:07
@Julie: thanks!
Christopher Wilkinson
01:22:05
Please recall that the 'line numbers' do not appear on the saved text, and are illegible on the screen (too small font)-
Steve Chan
01:23:26
@Christopher, all, if you are looking at my screen share, you have the ability to zoom in.
Justine Chew
01:24:11
Re: Line 193, is the understanding that the Governments of Argentina, Chile, and Colombia, Fundación Incluirme are in favour of Proposal 1 to 5?
Justine Chew
01:25:50
I think I'm right :)
Justine Chew
01:26:47
Because they answered "Support" in answer to Proposals 1 to 5.
Annebeth Lange
01:27:30
Thanks, Justine
Steve Chan
01:27:42
we are on 203
PMcGrady
01:29:59
As we get to the end of this document, I think it is worth reminding everyone on the call that just because there are no comments/objections/agreements with what is being read, it doesn't mean that WG members do not have comments/objections/agreements, but we are setting those aside for now in order to get through the reading of the document.
Justine Chew
01:30:42
+1 Martin
julie.hedlund
01:31:34
Sorry Javier — I think we are in the next tab at f.1.2.5?
julie.hedlund
01:32:30
proposals for improvements to the new gTLD program?
julie.hedlund
01:32:36
(error in the agenda)
Steve Chan
01:32:50
Hand up Javier
julie.hedlund
01:33:31
Apologies to all — there was an error in the agenda.
Steve Chan
01:33:53
Paul McGrady has his hand up
Jim Prendergast
01:35:11
tough to hear speaker
Steve Chan
01:35:37
I don’t believe that was Paul. There is a live mic open.
martinsutton
01:36:18
Hi Paul - did you want to use chat if audio is not working?
PMcGrady
01:36:46
You can't hear me even though I am on the phone bridge. The talking you heard was someone else's background noise (sounds like they were not on mute). Staff, can you ring my mobile and see if you can hear me on that other line? 312-882-5020
Abdulkarim Oloyede
01:37:28
appologies seams maybe that was me
Steve Chan
01:38:03
Javier, can I jump in with a quick comment?
michelle.desmyter
01:38:36
@Paul - dialing you now
PMcGrady
01:38:50
Comment is: on the last document, we were reading comments on preliminary recommendations and holding our comments in order to get through the document. This document is for inbound ideas. Should we be holding our comments/questions/concerns/objections like we did with the last document so that we can get through the reading of this document, or should we be raising those comments/questions/concerns, etc. now?
Justine Chew
01:41:08
Are we not still going through the triage exercise?
PMcGrady
01:41:54
Thanks!
Susan Payne
01:42:03
did Martin cut out for everyone?Trying to work out if the problems I'm having are at my end
PMcGrady
01:42:13
Just don't want silence to be misinterpreted as agreement. :)
PMcGrady
01:42:32
PS: Staff, thanks for dialing out to me.
David McAuley
01:42:41
I heard Martin ok
Steve Chan
01:42:50
@Susan, Martin’s audio was fine for me as well.
Christopher Wilkinson
01:42:55
The proposal for a 'tool' merits support, but I would have to point out that the staff would have an enormous task to create such a tool, addressing thousands of geo names in all scripts world wide.
Susan Payne
01:43:15
ok - thanks -problem is mine then
martinsutton
01:43:28
Sorry Susan!
Justine Chew
01:43:43
Yes, line 13
Justine Chew
01:45:07
Line 18
Steve Chan
01:47:38
There is a hand from Christopher
Annebeth Lange
01:48:00
The same hand as before, Christopher?
Christopher Wilkinson
01:49:58
unmated. No response
Kristina Rosette (Amazon Registry)
01:50:32
Have to drop for the RySG meeting. I'm still working my way through the transcripts of the meetings held while I was on leave of absence to get back up to speed.
michelle.desmyter
01:50:44
@Christopher, sending you a private chat to see if you would like a dial out
martinsutton
01:50:51
Thanks Kristina, see you in the next meeting
David McAuley
01:50:56
dropping off, good bye all
PMcGrady
01:51:08
Have a good day all!
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:51:13
Bye for now then...
Steve Chan
01:51:21
That was not me :)
michelle.desmyter
01:51:38
April 30, 2019 at 20:00 UTC
martinsutton
01:52:02
Thank you all, bye for now.
Justine Chew
01:52:07
Thanks, bye.
Annebeth Lange
01:52:10
Bye for now, until next time
Alexander Schubert
01:52:13
Tnx
Cheryl Langdon-Orr
01:52:16
bye
jaap
01:52:19
bye