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Initial Report on the RZERC Charter Review

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Initial Report on the RZERC Charter Review Submission - Getahun, Daniel
23 April 2023

Submission Summary:

- I appreciate the RZERC's work and dedication to ensuring the stability and security of the DNS root zone, which is a critical resource for the global Internet.

- I suggest that the Charter be revised to provide a more precise definition of "major architectural change" to the DNS root zone, based on the CWG-Stewardship Proposal's definition. This would help to avoid confusion and uncertainty about when the RZERC should be consulted, and...

Initial Report on the RZERC Charter Review Submission - Olorundare, James
04 April 2023

Submission Summary:

It is imperative that ICANN must take action to address concerns regarding the RZERC's ability to fulfill its important role in the Internet governance ecosystem. To do this, ICANN could provide additional staff and funding, access to necessary information from various sources (however, this must be defined), and support from ICANN staff. Above are my proposed solutions.