This section is to record the meeting attendance.
ALS (Total 24 ::11CA/13US) - Attendance (
|1||Pacific Community Networks Association/CA||Allan Skuce||Bev Collins||X|
|2||ISOC DC/US||Dustin Loup||John More (P)||X|
|3||ISOC PR/PR||Eduardo Díaz (P)||Alfredo Calderón (P)||X|
|4||Canadian Association for Open Source (CLUE)/CA||Evan Leibovitch||Mathew Rice||X|
|5||Foundation For Build. Sustainable Communities/CA||Glenn McKnight||Robert T Bell||X|
|6||Greater Toronto Area Linux User Group/CA||Gordon Chillcott (P)||Bill Thanis||X|
|7||Association of Internet Users/US :: ALAC 2017-19||John Laprise||Cristina Willlard||X|
|8||ISOC NY/US||Greg Shatan||-||X|
|9||Capital Area Globetrotters/US||Judith Hellerstein||Le-Marie Thompson||X|
|10||Consumers Council of Canada/CA|
Kenneth L. Whitehurst
Karen Mulberry Mulberry (P)
|12||ISOC SF/US||Leah Symekher (P)||Susannah Gray (P)||X|
|13||Native Public Media/US||Loris Taylor||Elyse Dempsey||X|
|14||Telecommunities Canada/CA||Marita Moll (P)||Garth Graham||X|
|16||The IP/Tech. Section of the HI State Bar Assoc./US||David Morris||Dane Anderson||X|
|17||ISOC Quebec/CA||Pierre-Jean Darres Darres (P)||Robert Castonguay||X|
|18||ISOC Canada/CA||Shelley Robinson||Murray McKercher||X|
|19||Connecting.nyc Inc./US||Thomas Lowenhaupt ( deceased)||Robert Pollard||X|
|20||Hispanic Educational Tech. Services (HETS)/PR||Yubelkys Montalvo||Yelixa Castro||X|
|21||Nova Scotia Community Access Program||Dana Perry||Erick Stackhouse||X|
|22||At-Large North American Graduate Students/US||David Cristian Morar||Anna Cecile Loup||X|
|23||Alternatives, Inc.||Michel Lambert||Myriam Cloutier||X|
|24||Colegio de Ingenieros de Puerto Rico||José Lebrón (P)||Miguel Bauzá||X|
For updates please contact Evin Erdoğdu, At-Large Staff.
RED = Under decertification
Unaffiliated (Total 27 :: 6CA/22US) Attendance (
|1||Adrian Schmidt (P)||X|
|2||Alan Greenberg (P)||X|
|3||Bill Jouris (P)||X|
|6||Denise de Alcantara-Hochbaum (P)||X|
|9||Javier Rúa Jovet||X|
|18||Michelangelo De Simone||X|
|25||Thomas W Campbell||X|
Allotted Time/Running Time
Introductory Remarks by NARALO Chair
→: To put the meeting in perspective and bring-up anything of general interest to the membership:
|(00:04 / 00:05)|
Universal Acceptance (UA)
→ Team responsible for liaising with the UA Org to educate NARALO in UA concepts and help identify ways on how our RALO and the UA Org could work together to help spread the importance of UA in our region.
|(00:30 / 00:35)|
2020 Newsletter Editor
→: To request volunteers to help with the NARALO newsletter for year 2020. Starting in January 2020. Main responsibility is to acquire content and send it to staff for final assembly and publishing every month.
|Eduardo||(00:05 / 00:40)|
→:To provide an ATLAS III and NASIG update
|(00:10 / 00:50)|
FY20 NARALO Discretionary Funds
→ To report on the use of the funding for FY20 outreach and engagement activities by Regional At Large Organizations (RALOs) - Current NARALO balance: $3,500
|(00:02 / 00:52)|
NARALO Policy Group Update Report
→: To provide an update report by the head of the Policy Group as to the ICANN policies being discussed at the moment affecting NARALO end-users and/or interest to NARALO members in general
|(00:05 / 0057)|
NARALO Outreach Group Update Report
→: To provide a summary of the NARALO Outreach Group efforts
|(00:03 / 00:60)|
if we get to them...
NARALO ALAC members Update Reports
→: To provide a summary by our current NARALO representatives in ALAC of what was discussed since our last meeting in ALAC regarding policy and anything else that the region should be aware about.
→: To provide provide an update report by the head of the Educational Group since our last call.
North America Stakeholder Engagement
→: To provide an update report on North America Stakeholder Engagement efforts
Student Outreach by the North American Graduate Students At-Large Structure
→: To provide an updated report on efforts related to outreach University students by this At-Large Structure
EPDP on the Temporary Specification for gTLD Registration Data
→: To provide an update report on this effort
→: To provide a report on RIR outreach efforts
Real-Time Transcription (RTT)
LEAD: Judith Hellerstein supported by Silvia Vivanco (ICANN Staff)
→ To provide an update report on the results of this resource.
to be updated in the future...
→:To work on ways that we could possibly exchange academic credit for students who participate in ICANN policy development processes
Any Other Business (AOB)
|-||Next meeting: November 18, 2019 @19:00 UTC||-||(00:01 / 00:60)|
→ 09 September: Report provided. See transcript page 14 for more details.
→ 21 October: → Report provided. Heidi added the following reminders: "However, all of this should be in your RALO’s annual fiscal year outreach and engagement plan that you’ve established and hopefully that’s passed and that’s a requirement for your CROP trip and it should guide you in your activities which events you’re going to go to and also who should be going to best represent NARALO. Also, keep in mind that this year for the additional budget request, the RALO discretionary funding, that is going to require a report at the end of the fiscal year. So, it’s important that you select the people that are going to deliver and have the most success in outreach and engagement activities." See transcript page 28 for more details.
Topic 026: NARALO ALAC Members Update Reports
→ 09 September: Looking at the charter and process for the CPWG to figure out what the process is for taking in issues and how to do an exploration of whether or not it’s a good issue for the CPWG to take on and to refer it to others if it’s not. Ongoing discussions related to the Subsequent Procedures. This is an ongoing effort and ALAC have particular concerns over making sure the communities and underserved regions are better served by a new round and so we continue to work on those issues. Working on issues related to the new GDPR Regulation in Europe and continue to get updates from Alan and Hadia about what’s going on there because right now they’re trying to explore scenarios that might occur in terms of who might be trying to get Registrant Data and for what reasons and how the system can accommodate that. Ongoing discussions about the Evolution of the MultiStakeholder Model, an effort launched by the Board and shepherded by Brian Cute and we are engaged in conversations about how the MultiStakeholder Model evolves and how to best position At-Large in the interests of individual end users in that evolution. More details in page 12 of the transcript.
→ 21 October: Marita Moll reported on the policy work that she has been working into the evolution of the multi-stakeholder model in ICANN. See transcript page #24 from more details on her report. Adan reported on the EPDP. See transcript page #29 for its report.
Topic 029: NARALO Education Group Update Report
→ 15 July: Overview given. Check recording starting at 1:09 for more details
→ 09 September: Overview given
→ 21 October: Overview given. More details on transcript page #1
Topic 044: North America Stakeholder Engagement
→ 09 September: No report given.
→ 21 October: Report given. See page #29 for details for the report.
Topic 056: ATLAS III & North America School of Internet Governance (NASIG 2019)
→ 09 September: Please refer to transcript page 1 for more details about ATLAS III and page 4 for NASIG 2019.
→ 21 October: Report given. See transcript page #20 for more details.
Topic 059: RIR Outreach
LEAD: Judith Hellerstein
→ 09 September: A reminder of the availability of this $$ was given to the region. See transcript page 11 for more details.
→ 21 Octobre: A reminder of the availability of this $$ was given to the region. See transcript page 23 for more details.
Topic 065: Real-Time Transcription (RTT)
→ 21 October: Presentation was given. See It starts on transcript page # XX for details#3.
5. New Discussions
This section is for new discussions in the agenda for this meeting
OPEN: 21 October, CLOSED: 21 October 2019
TYPE: [General], [Outreach]
DESCRIPTION: To request volunteers to help with the NARALO newsletter for year 2020. Starting in January 2020. Main responsibility is to acquire content and send it to staff for final assembly and publishing every month.
→ 21 October: Pierre-Jean Darres will be the new newsletter chief editor starting with the January 2020 edition. See transcript page #19 for more details. Discussion closed.
6. Any Other Business (AOB)