Explanation:This comment period originally ran from 22 June 2007 to 9 July 07. It was reopened on 8 August 2007 with an updated version of the report [pdf], following the initial public comment period (details of which are below).
For clarity, although this draft ccNSO Paper is based upon the Regions Working Group’s Final Report, the emphasis is different. It assumes that the ccNSO Council has accepted the Final Report (which it has not yet done), and concentrates on explaining to the ICANN Board why further, community-wide consultation and investigation is needed.
First comment period:
The ICANN Geographic Regions form the basis of the regional structure of the ALAC and ccNSO, and are used to ensure the geographic diversity of the ICANN Board, ccNSO and GNSO Council.
A ccNSO Working Group has been reviewing ICANN’s geographical regions and produced a report. It would appreciate input from ccTLD managers and other stakeholders, including the GAC, on the report generally and on the following questions in particular:
At the ccNSO Lisbon meeting, the Working Group presented a progress report. Based on the feedback received, the draft report and its recommendations were further amended. Input would be appreciated on the following questions :
You can read the full report here [pdf].