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Accountability and Transparency Review Team 1 (ATRT 1) Conference Calls & Meetings

Date –
Meeting
Agenda Recording Preliminary
Notes
Transcripts Additional Documents
20 December 23.00 UTC – Conference Call Finalize recommendations [MP3, 21.4 MB] [PDF, 263 KB] [PDF, 140 KB] Chat transcript [PDF, 84 KB]
5 December – 10 December
F2F Meeting Cartagena
Public comment analysis; interaction with the ICANN community;
drafting of final recommendations
[PDF, 264 KB] ATRT-GAC [PDF, 225 KB]  
25 October
11.00 UTC – Conference Call
Finalize WG4 report [MP3, 12.4 MB] [PDF, 267 KB] [PDF, 148 KB] Chat Transcript [PDF, 84 KB]
18 October
05.00 UTC – Conference Call
Discuss & finalize agreement on recommendations [MP3, 11.6 MB] [PDF, 273 KB] [PDF, 128 KB] Chat Transcript [PDF, 84 KB]
11-12-13 October
F2F Meeting
Boston
[Agenda, 24 KB] 11 Oct - 1
11 Oct - 2
12 Oct - 1
12 Oct - 2
13 Oct
[PDF, 358 KB] 11 October [PDF, 476 KB]
12 October [PDF, 292 KB]
13 October [PDF, 72 KB]
Chat Transcript [PFD, 132 KB]
29 September
22.00 UTC Conference Call
[Agenda, 44 KB] [MP3, 5.14 MB] [PDF, 92 KB] [PDF, 56 KB] Chat Transcript [PDF, 92 KB]
20 September
16:00 UTC Conference Call
[Agenda, 91 KB] [MP3, 13.2 MB] [PDF, 120 KB] [PDF, 124 KB] Chat Transcript [PDF, 88 KB]
14 September – 04:00 UTC
Conference Call
[Agenda, 172 KB] [MP3, 4.27 MB] [PDF, 96 KB] [PDF, 48 KB] Chat Transcript [PDF, 100 KB]
6 September – 10:00 UTC
Conference Call
[Agenda, 326 KB] [MP3, 16.5 MB] [PDF, 108 KB] [PDF, 148 KB] Chat Transcript [PDF, 284 KB]
F2F Meeting – Beijing
30 August 01:00-09.30 UTC
31 August 01.00-09.00 UTC
[Agenda, 124 KB] 30 August [MP3, 349 MB] [PDF, 184 KB] 30 August [PDF, 516 KB] Chat Transcript 30 August [PDF, 368 KB]
31 August [MP3, 225 MB] 31 August [PDF, 272 KB] Chat Transcript 31 August [PDF, 272 KB]
16 August - 04.00 UTC –
Conference Call
[PDF, 60 KB] [MP3, 15 MB] [PDF, 56 KB] [PDF, 297 KB] Chat Transcript [PDF, 33 KB]
2 August - 21.00 UTC –
Conference Call
[PDF, 59 KB] [MP3, 15.7 MB] [PDF, 136 KB] [PDF, 152 KB] Chat Transcript [PDF, 84 KB]
19 July – 15.00 UTC –
Conference Call
[PDF, 61 KB] [MP3, 15.8 MB] [PDF, 93 KB] [PDF, 165 KB] Chat Transcript [PDF, 84 KB]
13 July 2010 - 23.59 UTC –
Conference Call
[PDF, 60 KB] [MP3, 14.9 MB] [PDF, 77 KB] [PDF, 157 KB] Chat Transcript [PDF, 68 KB]
6 July 2010 - 09.00 UTC –
Conference Call
[PDF, 48 KB] [MP3, 17.2 MB] [PDF, 69 KB] [PDF, 165 KB]  
18-19 June 2010 –
F2F meeting - Brussels
Proposed Agenda [PDF, 93 KB]

Revised Agenda [PDF, 93 KB]
18 June: 19 June: 20 June - 25 June: [PDF, 120 KB] 18 June:
  • [PDF, 375 KB]
19 June: 20 June - 25 June:
 
11 June 2010 –
Conference Call
[PDF, 44 KB] [MP3, 17.1 MB] [PDF, 104 KB] [PDF, 167 KB]  
27 May 2010 –
Conference Call
[PDF, 63 KB] [MP3, 15.3 MB] [PDF, 96 KB] [PDF, 164 KB]  
5-6 May 2010 -
F2F Meeting – Marina del Rey
[PDF, 24 KB] 5 May - Part 1
[MP3, 50 MB]
[PDF, 100 KB] 5 May
[PDF, 180 KB]
 
5 May - Part 2
[MP3, 58 MB]
5 May - Part 3
[MP3, 110 MB]
6 May - Part 4
[MP3, 103 MB]
6 May
[PDF, 180 KB]
6 May - Part 5
[MP3, 126 MB]
6 May - Part 6
[MP3, 30 MB]
26 April 2010 –
Conference Call
[PDF, 80 KB] [MP3, 15.8 MB] [PDF, 92 KB] [PDF, 128 KB]  
12 April 2010 –
Conference Call
[PDF, 68 KB] [MP3, 12.3 MB] [PDF, 92 KB] [PDF, 128 KB]  
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