Agenda Summary. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has completed its second Annual Meeting on November 13 through 16 in Los Angeles, California. Webcast sessions include meetings of the DNSO General Assembly and Names Council on November 14, the ICANN Public Forum (November 15); and a meeting of the ICANN Board of Directors (November 16).
When does it start? Meetings will generally begin at 9:00AM local time each morning. Check http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/ for information about time zone differences. (For reference, Worldclock reports that November 14 at 9:00AM in LA is noon US Eastern time and is 5:00PM in UTC.) See ICANN's meeting schedule for times and durations of specific sessions.
Where To Go For More Information. ICANN has prepared an agenda including logistical information about meeting locations and nearby hotels.
Preregistration. If you plan to be at the meetings either in person or online via webcast and remote participation, please preregister. Doing so will help meeting organizers gauge likely attendance, and will provide you with a printed nametag.
The meetings listed above will be open to all interested parties. The
comments and questions of remote participants will be read to the assembled
group and archived online. The archive will also include a video recording
of all plenary sessions, an archive of presentations delivered, and
comprehensive scribe's notes of certain plenary sessions.
Remote Participation Over The Internet
Viewing and Hearing the Meeetings. We will offer a live real-time audio and video feed from the public meetings listed above. In addition, we will post the meeting scribe's notes in real time.
Participating in the Meetings. Online participants will be able to submit text comments in real-time. Questions and comments submitted over the Internet will be sent to technical staff present in the meeting room. Those real-time messages relevant to the topic currently being discussed will be processed by the moderator who will select certain messages for presentation to the assembled group for a response similar to that provided to a concern raised at a microphone in a Q&A session. All messages will be archived on this site.
How do I get connected on the day of the meeting? Shortly before each event made available by webcast, a prominent link will be added to the top of this page. Check back here just before the start of each meeting, then follow that link.
Questions? Send questions or comments about remote participation to Ben Edelman.
For additional information, please contact:
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society