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Date: Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Time: 18:00 - 19:00 30 UTC  For the time in various timezones   click here 

Meeting Number: AL.EU/CC.05150518/1 

Last 30mins of the call will be "EURALO 2018 Selections: Meet the Candidates" part.

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Participants: Olivier Crépin-Leblond, Olawale Bakare, Oksana Prykhodko, Wolfgang Kleinwächter, Sébastien Bachollet, Matthias Markus Hudobnik, Anne-Marie Joly, Annette Mühlberg, Jean-Jacques Subrenat, Salve Nilsen, Sandra Hoferichter, [name redacted per data subject request], Yrjo Lansipuro, Erich Schweighofer, 

Apologies:  Bastiaan Goslings, Roberto Gaetano, Andrei Kolesnikov, Wolf Ludwig

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AGENDA 

EURALO May Monthly call

  1. Roll call

  2. Review of  Action Items 17 April 2018 and pending Action Items 27 March 2018 (5 minutes)

  3. Review of ALAC Public consultations – Olivier Crépin-Leblond (20 minutes)

    Reference: 2018 ALAC Policy Comments & Advice

    Statements approved by the ALAC

        • Draft Final Report of the NomCom2 Review
          On the whole, the ALAC believes the ICANN NomCom system has been working well considering the significant challenges it faces. The ALAC made 8 general comments to improve the function of the NomCom, noting that while confidentiality needs to be maintained, whenever possible, open, transparent processes should be adopted to represent the multistakeholder nature of ICANN.
        • Draft Project Plan for the Proposed Name Collision Analysis Project (NCAP) 
          As the principle voice of end users within the ICANN community, the ALAC supported the SSAC in its efforts to address the issue of Name Collisions, while encouraging clarity on the SSAC's bidding process for work contemplated under the Draft Project Plan.
        • ICANN Reserve Fund: Proposed Replenishment Strategy 
          The ALAC supports the overall strategy, with several important conditions related to operational savings, auction proceeds, per-domain registrar fees and revenue. 

    Statements in process - DraftComment or Vote

    Statements that seem to be stalled

        • None 

    Public Comment requests to which the ALAC decided not to submit Statements

    New Public Comment requests to which the ALAC needs to make decisions

    Upcoming Public Comment Requests

    May

        • .COOP Registry Agreement Renewal
        • Proposal for Updated Supported Traveler Guidelines
        • New gTLD Subsequent Procedures Policy Development Process Initial Report
        • Implementation of Privacy and Proxy Services Accreditation Program
        • Proposal for Devanagari Script Root Zone Label Generation Rules (LGR)
        • Root Server System Advisory Committee (RSSAC) 2 Review: Draft Report and Recommendations
        • Proposal for Gurumukhi Script Root Zone Label Generation Rules (LGR)
        • Fellowship Program Review Consultation

    June

        • Competition, Consumer Trust & Consumer Choice Review Team – Final Report
        • International Governmental Organizations (IGO) – Red Cross Reconvened Working Group Recommendations
        • New gTLD Auction Proceeds Cross Community Working Group (CCWG) – Initial Report


  4. Update  EURALO members outreach activities   (15 minutes)

    1. EURALO at re:publica – Matthias Hudobnik, Annette Muehlberg & Oliver Passek (10 minutes)

    2. EURALO at RIPE76 -  https://ripe76.ripe.net/programme/meeting-plan/

    3. Brief updates on planning for Joint NCSG-At-Large Outreach at ICANN 62  – Olivier Crépin-Leblond (3)

  5. EURALO Meet the candidates Elections 2018 (30 minutes)

    1. Opening and introduction by Olivier Crépin-Leblond, Chair of EURALO -   3 min

    2. Uncontested position ALAC representative from EURALO. - – Bastiaan Goslings only candidate – Consensus call announcement- Olivier Crépin Leblond

    3. Presentation of candidates - ALAC Voting Delegates to the NomCom for 2018-2019 – 25 min

 EURALO Elections wiki page:

https://community.icann.org/display/atlarge/2018+EURALO+Regional+Selections

5 min for each Candidate to introduce themselves, state their visions and view as future NomCom Member

d. Questions & answers between the EURALO members and the Candidates - 10 min                         

e. Closing remarks and next steps by Olivier Crépin-Leblond - 5 min

6. AoB

"The Social Media Working Group is looking for your help. Issues of concern, content, platform, and language vary from RALO to RALO. It’s obvious that a top down SoMe strategy is unworkable and likely to be unsuccessful. We would like you as RALO leaders to go to your members, identify social media champions, and seek volunteers to form RALO level SoMe working groups. We will work with them to develop RALO-level strategies to build public engagement and presence. We hope to recruit 5-10 individuals with strong SoMe skills and online presence in each RALO.

When you’ve recruited/volunteered your team please provide a list to Evin and we’ll begin work assessing skills and developing workshops to meet their needs so that they can be an asset to your RALO and At large generally.

John Laprise
SoMeWG Chair"