Members: Nigel Roberts, Eberhard Lisse, Martin Boyle, Svitlana Tkachenko, Allan MacGillivray, Stephen Deerhake, Peter Koch, Patricio Poblete, Barrack Otieno, Debbie Monahan
Participants: Marita Moll
Observers and experts: Naela Sarras, Elise Gerich, Jaap Akkerhuis
Staff: Bart Boswinkel, Kim Carlson
Apologies: Nick Wenban-Smith, Michele Neylon, Kim Davies, Annebeth Lange, Mirjana Tasic, Abibu Ntahigiye, Danko Jevtovic, Barbara Povše, Elise Gerich (late), Maureen Hilyard
- Welcome and roll call
- Update action items
• Availability ISO 3166 – 1 (2013)
• F-2-F Meeting(s) ICANN 60
• Scheduling presentation on ISO 3166 during the ccNSO meeting days 3.
- Second reading internal rules of engagement (Eberhard to lead)
- PTI issues with ccTLD no longer listed as country
• Transfers, no identifiable SIP, other
• Current practices with respect to retirement
- Topic list and working method
- Next meeting
Kimberly Carlson:Welcome to today's ccPDP Working Group on Retirement call on 17 August
el:hi, I'll dial in juest now over the bridg
Kimberly Carlson:Ok, let us know if you require a dial out
Kimberly Carlson:Welcome all
Bart Boswinkel:Hi All
Patricio Poblete:Hi everyone!
Stephen Deerhake:Excellent. Hi Bart.
Stephen Deerhake:Peter you have an echo...
Stephen Deerhake:Bart also has an echo...
Kimberly Carlson:Please mute your mics when not speaking
Stephen Deerhake:Evening Kim.
Kimberly Carlson:Hello all
Bart Boswinkel:In future all documents presented in the Adobe will be scrollable, unless indicated otherwise
Barrack Otieno AFTLD:Good morning
el:am having dialup issues
el:working on it
Kimberly Carlson:happy to dial out
el:am using SIP, let's try this later
Stephen Deerhake:Understood Bart regarding ISO-3166. Thank you Jaap for getting that sorted.
Debbie Monahan:sorry I'm a bit late
Kimberly Carlson:Welcome Debbie
Stephen Deerhake:Yes,. You are in the same room.
Barrack Otieno AFTLD:Is support the idea of every member having the ISO Standard
el:As long as ISO MA is fine with this it's ok
Stephen Deerhake:+1 for Nigel's proposal regarding time mangement.
el:I don't care as long as we stop when planned, because it will interfer with my day job otherwise.
el:If I know a week in andvance I can make arrangements.
Kimberly Carlson:Thursday, block 3 - confirmed. Will have remote participation available
el:I assume this is similar for some others
Nigel:We shall hardstop at 89.9 minutes so you can plan with certainty.
Nigel:Will aim for soft windup by T60
el:Michele is on gnso Council
jaap akkerhuis:Pleaselet me know when ASAP, so I put it i my slchadule early
Kimberly Carlson:doc is scrollable
Barrack Otieno:Loud and Clear
Barrack Otieno:Ok from me
Barrack Otieno:ok for me
Kimberly Carlson:Welcome Elise
Elise Gerich:Thank you. Sorry - my flight was late.
Barrack Otieno:ok for me
Stephen Deerhake:Looks good to me (8 and 9)
el:I would prefer another reading but it's for the group to decide
Patricio Poblete:I would agree that this reading is sufficient, but this does point out the need to be more explicit about the quorum necessary for a reading to count
Stephen Deerhake:Patricio, can you elaborate on your quorum concerns?
el:I think the quorum is covered by the Chairs' decision whether to cancel a meeting formapologies of not.
Stephen Deerhake:El, that is what I thought as well...
el:And, if in doubt read once more
Nigel:may we have the agenda back please?
el:Anything controversial or important should be ge the benfit of the doubt
Patricio Poblete:If the Chaor cancels the meeting, obviously there is no reading. But if the meeting is not cancelled, then it should count. So there should not be a !one a a half" reading, ever.
Patricio Poblete:(excuse the typos)
el:I think Martin's suggestion is helpful, we can prepare documents internally and when changes are porposed on the list we'll readline those.
el:Patricio, I think you are to formalistic about this. If in doubt read it again :-)-O
Patricio Poblete:Agree with Nigel :-)
Stephen Deerhake:What time again Bart?
Patricio Poblete:Dreadful time :-)
Stephen Deerhake:Patricio, I agree... It's our turn to suffer ;-)
Debbie Monahan:I like this approach of sharing the pain
Allan MacGillivray:Good evening, good morning to all.
Elise Gerich:Bye everyone
Kimberly Carlson:Thank you, bye
Debbie Monahan:great, thanks
Barrack Otieno:Thank you, 3.47 am will catch some more sleep, good day everyone
Patricio Poblete:Good night!
el:I'll send in a final version of the rules
jaap akkerhuis:bye all
Stephen Deerhake:Bye all.
Bart Boswinkel:Bye all
Patricio Poblete:Yes, Debbie :-)