Posts Tagged ‘IDNC WG’

IDN ccTLD Fast Track Process

The IDNC working group, whose formation was approved by the ICANN Board during the ICANN meeting in Los Angeles, finished their recommendations to create a fast track approach to introduce a limited number of IDN ccTLDs. The IDNC working group final report was approved by the ICANN Board during the ICANN Paris meeting, where the […]

ICANN: Fast Track Receives Over 50 Responses

Following the recommendation from the IDNC WG Final report, ICANN sent letters to all countries and territories requesting information about their interest in participating in the Fast Track process. A sample letter is available at The request for information included a brief questionnaire intended to ascertain interest in the Fast Track Process. While ICANN […]

ICANN: Public Comment: IDN ccTLD Fast Track Draft Implementation Plan

ICANN is pleased to make the Draft Implementation Plan for the IDN ccTLD Fast Track Process available for public discussions. The Draft Implementation Plan can be found here [PDF, 297K]. The IDN Fast Track Process is a mechanism recommended by the IDNC Working Group, focused on the introduction of a limited number of non contentious […]

ICANN Seeks Interest in IDN ccTLD Fast-Track Process

The IDNC WG recommended that as part of the implementation plan of the IDN ccTLD “fast-track” process a request for information (RFI) is sent out to all territories to gain an understanding of the interest of individual territories to participate in the Fast Track process. Participation in the RFI is not be mandatory to be […]

ICANN: Consolidated Overview of Public Comments on the Final Report of the IDNC Working Group Available for Review

As part of its commitment to keep the community full informed on public policy matters of significant interest, the ICANN staff has prepared and posted a consolidated overview of public comments submitted on the Final Report of the IDNC Working Group on ccTLD Fast Track Mechanisms. That report, “Consolidated overview, Public comments on Final Report […]

ICANN: IDN TLD Allocation Implementation Processes

Following the progress on the IDN TLD allocation processes during the ICANN meeting in Paris a new area has been made available to describe IDN policy development and IDN ccTLD allocation developments under ICANN’s IDN Area: At the Paris meeting, the Board approved both of the processes described below for implementation. In relation to […]

ICANN approves the introduction of internationalized domain names

On Thursday 25 June the Board of Directors of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the nonprofit corporation that coordinates the global Internet system of unique identifiers, at the closing of its 32 International public meeting in Paris, unanimously approved the introduction of Internationalized Domain Names (IDNs) in the top level of […]

Paris Briefing Note – overall summary of the meeting

As with previous meetings, we have prepared a “briefing note” for Paris to act as a broad summary of what happened over the five days. It has been published on the Paris meeting site and we republish it below.

What was it?
ICANN’s 32nd international public meeting was one of three held annually to conduct policy […]

ICANN: Comments Encouraged on the Final Report of IDNC Working Group on ccTLD “Fast Track” Mechanisms

Final Report of IDNC WG [PDF, 100K] Public Comment Forum Open Through 15 August 2008 Summary: The IDNC Working Group (IDNC WG) has developed its Final Report on feasible methods that would enable the timely and efficient (“fast track”) introduction of a limited number of non-contentious IDN ccTLDs, while an overall long-term IDN ccTLD policy […]

IDNC WG – Final Report on IDN ccTLD Fast Track & Public Comments

With the reference of Draft Final Report for IDN ccTLDs Fast Track, IDNC WG obtained Public Comments up to 23rd June 08 and posted on url

Along with others, I also have participated to submit some comments which were posted on the forum (as email archive).

Report was finalized uploaded on 26th June 08 for public

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