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ICANN 布拉格会议将于周四结束


代表理事会主席 Steve Crocker:

“为持续改进 ICANN 会议所有参与者的体验,我们将对六月在布拉格举行的会议进行一些变更。

取消原定于周五上午举行的包含支持组织/咨询委员会 (SO/AC) 报告、理事会委员会报告和理事会公开会议的会议计划。

现在,将在 ICANN 网站上公布 AC/SO 委员会报告和理事会委员会报告以供审查。

理事会公开会议已由长达一小时的会议取代,该会议在周四下午举行的公众论坛之后召开。在该会议上,理事会将概括本周内在与 AC/SO 及其组成部分召开的会议上听到的反馈,并将确定他们希望在布拉格会议和多伦多会议上处理的事宜。

该会议的结束(预计在 18:00 左右)标志着 ICANN 会议的正式结束,之后将为 ICANN 会议的所有参与者举办长达两小时的欢送会。



我们希望您注意到这些变更,并更加有效地利用您的时间以提升 ICANN 会议的总体体验。公众参与委员会将在多伦多召开一次公开会议,讨论和审查这些变更。”

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