Sub-group Members: Agustina Callegari, Alain Bidron, Avri Doria, Barbara Wanner, David McAuley, Erich Schweighofer, Farzaneh Badii, Finn Petersen, Greg Shatan, Griffin Barnett, Jeff Neuman, Jyoti Panday, Kavouss Arasteh, Mary Uduma, Matthew Shears, Mike Silber, Milton Mueller, Paul McGrady, Pedro da Silva, Philip Corwin, Rafael Perez Galindo, Robin Gross, Simon Jansson, Sonigitu Ekpe, Steve Metalitz, Tatiana Tropina, Tom Dale, Vinay Kesari (28)
Observers: Chris Hemmerlein, Iren Borissova (2)
Staff: Bernie Turcotte, Berry Cobb, Brenda Brewer, Karen Mulberry, Elizabeth Andrews
**Please let Brenda know if your name has been left off the list (attendees or apologies).**
The Adobe Connect recording is available here: https://icann.adobeconnect.com/p53bjgpgjjx/
audio recording is available here:
• Meeting Time(s)
• Working Methods
• Work Plan and Schedule Overview
• Discussion Items
• Staff Paper
• Subgroup Comments
• Topic Definition and Scope
• Other Inputs (aside from Staff Paper)
• Work Plan, Schedule, Deliverable
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:hi all
kavouss arasteh:Good day
Tatiana Tropina:Hi all
kavouss arasteh:Do we have anotzher meeting at this same time 19,00 UTC
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:All please remember to mute if you are not speaking
Alain Bidron:hello all
kavouss arasteh:Pls advise to dial me up
David McAuley (RySG):Hi Bernie, I am 4154
Tatiana Tropina:is there anything already? The phone bridge is playing music.
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:All Adobe is misbehaving - so we may run a little late
Greg Shatan:No other meetings of this subgroup are scheduled yet. We will discuss scheduling today.
kavouss arasteh:pLS KINDLY DO NOT FORGET TO DIAL ME UP
Tatiana Tropina:the music thing is quite annoying :(
David McAuley (RySG):Can we get Greg on saxaphone instead of this music
kavouss arasteh:wHAT MUSIC
Tatiana Tropina:Yes, agree! Greg and saxophone.
kavouss arasteh:i AM NOT CONNECTED
David McAuley (RySG):I am connected Kavouss and we are heaing music at present
Tatiana Tropina:or at least this calling centre shall change their playlist. This one is quite depressing :)
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:on music - yes
Greg Shatan:@Tatiana, it should come with a trigger warning.
Milton Mueller:I can hear someone typing away
Jeff Neuman:I hear typing as well
Milton Mueller:might want to mute your mic
David McAuley (RySG):I cannot hear typing
Tatiana Tropina:Milton, even typing is better than this piece of music.
Farzaneh Badii:it goes well with the music
Milton Mueller:ha ha Tatiana I am not sure
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:All - reminder that Adobe is seriously misbehaving and we are working on it - but cannot start the call this instant
Greg Shatan:Karen, some of us seem to be on hold, listening to bad music.
Farzaneh Badii:elevator music
Jeff Neuman:The Adobe room is playing the music
Milton Mueller:El Greco
Avri Doria:are we in an elevator together
David McAuley (RySG):ah, hear some talk on adobe but not on phone -
kavouss arasteh:I wish to attend your meeting but not yet connected
Farzaneh Badii:yep and seems like we are not reaching our floor!
Pedro da Silva [GAC Brasil]:Karen or Bernard, I sent an email earlier today asking for a dial out,, is this still going to happen?
kavouss arasteh:I am sorry
kavouss arasteh:What is going on?
kavouss arasteh:I am not yet connected
Tatiana Tropina:oh a new piece of music started after the pause. I was hoping that the pause meant we get connected.
Milton Mueller:you must be connected somewhat, Kavouss, I can see you chat
Farzaneh Badii:Kavouss, you are connected and I can hear you
kavouss arasteh:I am not connected on audio
David McAuley (RySG):wow - now can hear
Tatiana Tropina:oh wonderful
Milton Mueller:sounds like Greg. Greg made the music stop!
Tatiana Tropina:human voices, finally. Feels liberaitng.
Milton Mueller:all hail Greg
Berry Cobb:Hi Tom, please mute your mic. We can hear you type.
kavouss arasteh:Pls advise to call me
Tom Dale (ACIG GAC Secretariat):Sorry
Pedro da Silva [GAC Brasil]:I also need a dial out :-)
Barbara Wanner:Brenda, I am the extension ending 3155. Thanks!
Vinay Kesari:Hi all
David McAuley (RySG):and i am extension 4154
Milton Mueller:hello Vinay
Pedro da Silva [GAC Brasil]:Hi, Vinay
Vinay Kesari:Hi Milton, Pedro :)
David McAuley (RySG):typist please mute
David McAuley (RySG):a balanced rotation seems fair
Pedro da Silva [GAC Brasil]:+1 David
Milton Mueller:I thought we had settled this on the list
Avri Doria:i think all groups should rotate among the 3 times, but i do not really care.
Berry Cobb:Kavouss, please mute your mic.
kavouss arasteh:I am on mute
Jyoti Panday:kavouss is like every indian grandfather ever
Milton Mueller:grumpy old guy
Farzaneh Badii:I am actually having dinner!
Avri Doria:that is why i think it best to just mechaniscally rotate among all 3 times.
Farzaneh Badii:a nice salad with shrimps!
Jeff Neuman:I am just havig lunch
Avri Doria:all times are unpleasant for at least some.
kavouss arasteh:I do not understand why after two years of being dialed still the secretariat asking what number i am
matthew shears:unpleasantness should be shared
David McAuley (RySG):Fair question Milton
kavouss arasteh:pLS DO NOT RAISE PHYLOSOPHICAL ISSUE
Philip Corwin:What is the Legal Committee's expected turnaround time for considerng requests for outside legal expertise? No more than a week maximum, I would hope.
Milton Mueller:The default, or the fault?
kavouss arasteh:19,00 hours should not be used by every body
kavouss arasteh:We need to distribute the time
Mike Silber:Mathew, it seems some are intent on doing just that
kavouss arasteh:12,00 HOUR IS ANOTHER ALTERNATIVE
Tatiana Tropina:agree with Greg
Farzaneh Badii:no I think we should meet once a week
Milton Mueller:We do have a mail list
Tatiana Tropina:from other DT's work it seems that once per week is optimal
Farzaneh Badii:it's a lot of work
Pedro da Silva [GAC Brasil]:Agree with Greg and Farzaneh...once a week
Avri Doria:some are meeting every other week. really up to the group.
Milton Mueller:For the record, I still do not agree, have not heard any work-based requirement for weekly meetings
Tatiana Tropina:it's a comlex topic. I think once a week is optiomal, hopefully not more
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:please lower your hand if you no longer need to speak
matthew shears:perhaps as we get to the substance we can assess the frequency of the calls
David McAuley (RySG):OK, sounds fair, once a week
Tatiana Tropina:it's a first call this is why we have no plan yet
Tatiana Tropina:but even the email list trafic already shows it might get complex
Tatiana Tropina:if that's not enough as a proof I don't know what is.
Milton Mueller:Matt: that is reasonable. We are talking about subgroups and meeting times without any concrete notion of what we are actually doing
Jyoti Panday:+1 matthew
Milton Mueller:I'd be happy to meet once a week if we have a specific task and deadline that requires it
kavouss arasteh:mILTON + 1
kavouss arasteh:wE DO NOT SEE HAVING ANY PLAN, ANY GUIDELINE
Jeff Neuman:I was hoping a little less process on this call and someone framing the issues we are supposed to be working on. I was not heavily involved in this issue before (WS1)....so I am a newbie on the substance.
Jeff Neuman:But have heard this process speech a number of times :)
kavouss arasteh:Jeff, what speech?
Jeff Neuman:How subgroups work; How Ws2 works, etc
Jeff Neuman:Greg....doing ok so far
kavouss arasteh:I am sorry to say that there seems to be no plan, no guidelione, no vision. perhaps it is planned to do nothing
Vinay Kesari:Hi Jeff, we didn't want to assume everyone was familiar since it's entirely possible there are participants who are new to the process as a whole
David McAuley (RySG):We need to discuss process - it seems fair when the whole group is together and a good place to start. We have a general guide in WS1 final report.
matthew shears:I see this as a necessary first step - as Vinay says not everyone may have had the "benefit" of particpatiing in the CCWGs etc.
Milton Mueller:"no plan, no guidelione, no vision. perhaps it is planned to do nothing" - join the nihilist caucus!
kavouss arasteh:We are not on the same page. Grec suggesting or submitting his own views without consulting us
Jeff Neuman:Its my understanding that Greg is just repeating what WS2 leadership has decided in terms of timeframes and deliverables
kavouss arasteh:It seems to me that it is planned to do nothing on jurisdiction
Mike Silber:Milton - is that a Tom Lehrer song?
Jeff Neuman:At this point it is a little abstract because we do not have the issues completely scoped out yet or a work plan
Milton Mueller:no, the lyrics are by Kavouss
Milton Mueller:I agree with you Jeff, this is heavy on process and short on substance.
Mike Silber:I thought it may be a follow on to. the Masochism Tango
Tatiana Tropina:Mike :D :D :D
Mike Silber:maybe that is the masochism conference call
Milton Mueller:And you are all masochists, which is why you supported weekly meetings
kavouss arasteh:Grec, you need to submit your idea to the CCWG pLENARY,
Tatiana Tropina:well it's moderately masochistic, I remember some "better" calls
kavouss arasteh:wE CAN NOT AGREE WITH WHAT YOU ARE SAYING
Jyoti Panday:get to substance
Avri Doria:not masochists, just obedient puppies
Farzaneh Badii:Jyoti, what substance?
Tatiana Tropina:hm, masochists sound much better, @Avri.
Milton Mueller:Yes, yes skip it
kavouss arasteh:Grec, you may be right or otherwise, the whole groupè must agree with your proposed schedule
Farzaneh Badii:Kavouss, but this is not Grec's proposed schedule.
Jeff Neuman:how about going over what WS1 said about this topic
Jyoti Panday:farzi i meant topics and scope
Farzaneh Badii:oh we are gonna talk about that? I thought that moment would never come.
Jyoti Panday:it is here now
Jeff Neuman:Can we review WS1's comments on this topic?
Jeff Neuman:So we have a baseline
Farzaneh Badii:I agree Jeff
Mike Silber:I agree with the non-Grec timeline
matthew shears:I think that the timeline has come from the CCWG - yeah like Greg says
Paul McGrady:I would prefer going over what WS1 had to say about this, rather than engaging in brainstorming which could lead us out of scope.
kavouss arasteh:David+ 1
matthew shears:agree David for so long as those suggestions are within scope
Tatiana Tropina:David well said +1
Rafael Perez Galindo (GAC_SPAIN):+1 Paul, that is why we should kick off discussions on the sole basis of the text agreed in WS1 verbatim, which is the one that enjoys consensus. And build upon that.
Paul McGrady:Can we have the 4 bullet points up?
Jeff Neuman:Can someone insert the link to the google doc here
Rafael Perez Galindo (GAC_SPAIN):Sorry no mike at home
David McAuley (RySG):That was quick Tatiana
Tatiana Tropina:have opened so can react quickly :)
Rafael Perez Galindo (GAC_SPAIN):I am ok with the first part of the text now that Greg has added the text from WS1 report
Milton Mueller:OK. I have the doc open too
Paul McGrady:I apologize, I don't know exactly what 4 bullet points are being discussed. Can they be posted?
Milton Mueller:clikc on the Google doc link above
Tatiana Tropina:posting again
Farzaneh Badii:Perhaps, ICANN staff can display it in adobe?
Tatiana Tropina:they have to download it I think and then upload here
Paul McGrady:Thanks MM. I see it now. One of the bullet points was deleted on the Google doc version, so I ignored the deletion to get me to 4 instead of 3. :)
Milton Mueller:Repeating what I said on mic, is there anything these points about scope would exclude, or not encompass, that you think we should be talking about
David McAuley (RySG):bad echo
Avri Doria:it is like i am in a dream gone wrong
Jyoti Panday:ha ha
Rafael Perez Galindo (GAC_SPAIN)::)
Mary Uduma:Very bad audio
Sonigitu Ekpe:so much echo
Paul McGrady:Keeping in mind that Greg is a volunteer too.
Avri Doria:Grec volunteered. No one twisted his arm?
Paul McGrady:OK. He is a voluntold.
Milton Mueller:I admit it. I twisted his arm
Milton Mueller:but he beegged me to, he's a masochist
Farzaneh Badii:so are we gonna come up with a workplan as well?
Rafael Perez Galindo (GAC_SPAIN):I would like to know whether this text has been prepared by ICANN legal staff. I am inclined to think so because at least in the last paragrpah it contains legal language and legal affirmations, concerns "(however likely or unlikely that outcome might be)" and warnings ("would not.." "would continue"...) that could preempt discussions, that have not been agreed upon, and that in no way belong in a background text that should only include facts and history... they constitute an input, a contribution, and not a valid basis for discussions.
Mike Silber:beware of Grecs bearing gifts
David McAuley (RySG):what date is thursday
matthew shears:Can a series of pointers be listed at the begining of the google doc as what you would like us to comment on?
kavouss arasteh:why not 12,00 hours
steve metalitz:Thursday or Friday at this time?
matthew shears:and what you would like intputs on?
Paul McGrady:9th is much better than 8th
Milton Mueller:why not 12,0000,000, hours
Avri Doria:12 hours is not one of the WS2 assigned time tracks.
David McAuley (RySG):1300 utc
Farzaneh Badii:Thursday? hmm have to look at SOAC accountability schedule
David McAuley (RySG):This was the dreaded but necessary process-oriented first meeting, IMO, - there will be plenty to discuss in the coming weeks I suspect
Tatiana Tropina:dreaded :)
Paul McGrady:Thanks Greg. Good kickoff call.
Vinay Kesari:Thank you David, I agree :)
Jyoti Panday:thanks Greg and Vinay
Tatiana Tropina:Thanks Greg and Vinay
Avri Doria:i was a wonderful liveley meeting. thank you so very much for the invitation.
Milton Mueller:is that a promise Greg?
David McAuley (RySG):Thank you chairs, staff and all
Bernard Turcotte Staff Support:thanks all, apologies for the technical diff. bye
Tatiana Tropina:bye all!
Farzaneh Badii:thanks . bye
Erich Schweighofer:Thanks, bye.