ICANN Resolutions » 1999-11-04 - Ad Hoc Group on Future Numbering Requirements - Charter and Forum

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1999-11-04 - Ad Hoc Group on Future Numbering Requirements - Charter and Forum

Resolution of the ICANN Board
Ad Hoc Group on Numbering

Board approves charter for Ad Hoc Group on Numbering and directs opening of public comment forum and website.

Internet Protocols
Meeting Date: 
Thu, 4 Nov 1999
Resolution Number: 
99.138, 99.139
Implementation Actions: 
  • Open public comment forum and create website.
    • Responsible entity: Staff
    • Due date: None provided
    • Completion date: November 1999
Resolution Text: 

WHEREAS on October 21, 1999, Director Kraaijenbrink proposed for public review and comment a charter for an ad hoc group to be formed pursuant to Board Resolution 99.79;

WHEREAS the proposed charter was discussed and revised at an open public forum on November 2, 1999, in Los Angeles;

WHEREAS a number of constructive criticisms, comments, and suggestions were made by a wide range of interested parties; and

WHEREAS the proposed charter was revised and redrafted and presented at the ICANN Public Forum on November 3, 1999; it is now

RESOLVED [99.138], that the Board endorses the proposed charter for the ad hoc group, and directs that it be included with these minutes as Attachment A; and

RESOLVED [99.139], that the President and CEO, working with Director Kraaijenbrink, is directed to establish a dedicated ICANN Public Comment Forum on the ICANN website, and to invite a small Editorial Group to coordinate and contribute to the work of the Forum.

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