On 18 September 2006, ICANN referred the Tralliance Corporation search.travel proposal to the Registry Services Technical Evaluation Panel (RSTEP). The RSTEP had 45 calendar days to review the proposal and prepare a written report on whether the proposed Registry Service creates a reasonable risk of a meaningful adverse effect on Security or Stability. The RSTEP Review Team completed its report that can be found at http://www.icann.org/registries/rsep/tralliance_report.pdf.
The Review Team consisted of the following members:
- Patrik Fältström (Cisco; Sweden)
- Lars-Johan Liman (Autonomica; Sweden)
- Cricket Liu (Infoblox; USA)
- Mark McFadden (internet policy advisors, llc; USA)
- Paul Mockapetris (Nominum; USA)
Under the terms of the Registry Services Evaluation Policy, following receipt of the RSTEP report, the ICANN Board will determine whether the proposed Registry Service creates a reasonable risk of a meaningful adverse effect on Stability or Security.
ICANN invites public comments on the RSTEP Report through 18:00 UTC (10:00 PST) on 7 December 2006.
Documents related to the Tralliance proposal are available here:
- Tralliance Request
- ICANN Letter to SSAC
- SSAC Reply
- ICANN Letter to Tralliance
- Tralliance Letter to ICANN
- ICANN Letter to RSTEP
- RSTEP Report
Comments can be posted to: email@example.com.
Comments can be viewed at: http://forum.icann.org/lists/tralliance-comments.