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    • Dear colleagues,

      The first IANA transition coordination group meeting has begun, and is streaming live now.  Comments and questions can be submitted by the public, and will be noted and recorded, if not all comprehensively answered.

      Further details are below.


      Begin forwarded message:
      From: Narelle Clark <narelle@isoc-au.org.au>
      Subject: [IANAxfer] NISTCG Streaming live now
      Date: 17 July 2014 6:29:34 pm AEST

      The first face-to-face meeting of the IANA coordination group is taking
      place July 17-18 in London, UK. Information about the remote participation
      is available here: https://www.icann.org/news/announcement-2014-07-16-en

      The draft agenda is below. All times are local (UTC+1). The names of the
      coordination group members are listed here:

      == Day 1 ==

      9:00 - 9:15
      Introduction and level-setting. (Alissa)
      Live streaming, administrivia, and logistics.
      Brief explanation of why we are gathered to meet.
      Agenda bash.

      9:15 - 10:45
      Introductions. (Alissa)
      It would be useful to hear from each rep about:
      - What group appointed them
      - What that group does and who participates in it
      - How that group does its work and what its decision processes are
      - Whether they are "representing" their groups or participating as
      individuals in the CG
      - How they view their group's work in relation to the coordination group's

      10:45 - 11:00

      11:00 - 12:30
      Charter of the CG. (Jari)
      It would be good to obtain a shared understanding in the whole group of
      the role and
      charter of the CG. Charter proposals circulated in advance of July 17
      would help here --
      on the IETF/IAB side we may be able to work one up based on the IAB's
      April 29 comments.

      12:30 - 13:30
      Continued discussion of charter.

      13:30 - 15:00
      Transition scope and expectations about work in the communities. (Paul)
      It would be good to clarify the CG's understanding of the scope of the
      work of the
      transition, what the community processes need to produce, and where/how
      areas of overlap
      will be handled. We will want to communicate this publicly if we get
      agreement on it.

      15:00 - 16:15
      Coordination group participation. (Lynn)
      Having hopefully developed some shared understanding of the charter of the
      CG and the work
      expected in the communities, it would be good to verify that the
      composition of the CG is
      suitable for its tasks and to resolve any outstanding questions concerning
      representation in the CG.

      16:15 - 16:30

      16:30 - 17:30
      Self-organization. (Joseph)
      Initial discussion about how the CG wants to organize itself, e.g., do we
      want a chair
      and/or vice-chair, do we need to form sub-groups for any particular tasks,
      how will we
      select people for these things. I think it would be good to talk about
      this on the first
      day and try to come to some conclusions, and then make the decisions on
      the second day. If
      people know they would like to serve in a particular role, they could make
      that known to
      the group.

      17:30 - 18:00
      Parking lot for items we want to come back to before day 2 or in case we
      run over time.

      == Day 2 ==

      9:00 - 9:45
      Parking lot for leftover charter/community work/CG participation
      discussion items from

      9:45 - 10:15
      Internal and external communications needs. (Martin)
      Whether the CG needs public and/or private mailing lists for its own work,
      whether we
      should stand up our own web site, where that site should be hosted, what
      we would use the
      web site for, what we think about ICANN's web-based platform and whether
      it should
      continue to exist and/or be replaced by other list(s).

      10:15 - 10:30

      10:30 - 11:45
      Secretariat tasks and selection. (Daniel)
      ICANN will be selecting an independent secretariat for the CG. To make
      this selection,
      they will need an RFP. So the CG needs to agree on what the secretariat's
      will be, and possibly needs to come up with that RFP (or work on it
      together with ICANN).
      Again having a draft RFP going into the meeting might be a useful thing.

      11:45 - 12:45
      Self-organization, continued. (Joseph)
      If we're ready by this point, we could solicit candidates for chair/vice
      other positions we think we need and hear from them each briefly about
      what they would
      bring to the role(s).

      12:45 - 13:30
      Complete self-organization.

      13:30 - 14:15
      Timeline. (Russ H.)
      It would be good to get some agreement about the drop-dead date for the
      final proposal to
      be submitted to NTIA (assuming they need some lead time to review it and
      socialize it
      within the USG before the contract actually expires). We can then work
      backwards from
      there and set goals for when it would be good to have the community
      discussions come to a
      close. As with the charter, it would be helpful for someone to come up
      with a proposal for
      this in advance of the meeting. Jari has provided a proposal for this.

      14:15 - 15:00
      CG meeting/conference call schedule. (Milton)
      We need to figure out how often we'd like to have calls and when our
      face-to-face meetings
      will be. This would be another good item to have a proposal for in advance.

      15:00 - 15:45
      Parking lot for any item we need to come back to.

      15:45 - 16:00

      16:00 - 16:30
      Parking lot for any item we need to come back to.

      16:30 - 17:00
      Summary and wrap-up.


      Narelle Clark
      President and Board Member
      Internet Society of Australia
      ph: 0412 297 043
      int ph: +61 412 297 043
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