ICANN Meetings in Stockholm
1 - 4 June 2001
The ICANN Meetings in Stockholm have now concluded. ICANN would like to thank all of the meeting sponsors without whom the meeting would not have been possible.
ICANN's next round of meetings will be held on 1 - 4 June, 2001, in Stockholm, Sweden. ICANN encourages broad participation in its bottom-up consensus-development process by all interested persons. The meetings are free to attend. On 5 June, there will be a meeting of ICANN's At Large Study Committee in the same venue as the usual sequence of ICANN meetings.
Please be aware that there are a number of events being held in Stockholm around the time of the ICANN meeting, so early hotel booking is strongly recommended. Because there is a shortage of hotel rooms, a group of rooms has been set aside with a local Conference Organization.
The Host Committee has provided an excellent local website with information regarding the area, the meeting and local hotels.
The ICANN meetings directly precede INET 2001, the Internet Global Summit, which is taking place at the same venue on 5 - 8 June 2001. The co-location of the ICANN meetings alongside INET 2001 allows for travel-efficient participation in two terrific sets of events.
Details about the meetings are being posted on this page as they become available. Please check back often!
This meeting schedule will be updated as more information becomes available. All meetings will be held in the Stockholm International Fairs building. See the Host Committee's Local Website for details about the venue, the area, accommodations, etc.
Registration Desk Open (0800-1700) (Foyer)
ICANN Orientation Workshop (0900-1000) (RoomK12)
Domain Name Supporting Organization Constituency Meetings
- Business Constituency (13:30 - 18:00) (RoomK16/17)
- Country Code TLD Registry Constituency (08:30 - 18:00) (RoomK11)
- gTLD Registry Constituency (15:00 - 17:00) (K15)
- Intellectual Property Constituency (12:30 - 18:00) (RoomK12)
- ISP Constituency (08:30 - 12:30) (RoomK23)
- Special Invitation: Non-techies are especially invited to attend "A Quick Introduction to the DNS," from 9-10:00am in K23 a great opportunity to learn some DNS basics from expert Jim Reid of Nominum. Also of general interest, there will be presentations on the new .biz and .info TLDs starting at 10:00am.
- Non-Commercial Domain Name Holders Constituency (08:30 - 18:00) (RoomK22)
- Registrars Constituency (08:30 - 12:30) (RoomK16/17)
Registration Desk Open (0800 - 1700) (Foyer)
General Assembly - (08:30 - 13:00) (RoomK2)
Names Council - (14:00 - 17:00) (RoomK2)
Forum - (08:30 - 12:30) (RoomK16/17)
ICANN/IANA ccTLD workgroup meeting (8:45 - 12:00)
Registration Desk Open (0800 - 1700) (Foyer)
ICANN Public Forum (08:30 - 18:00) (RoomK2) (see below for agenda)
Registration Desk Open (0800 - 1200) (Foyer)
ICANN Public Forum (08:30 - 08:55) (RoomK2) (see below for agenda)
ICANN Board Meeting (09:00 - 15:00) (RoomK2) (see below for agenda)
Friday June 1st - Saturday June 2nd: Government Advisory Committee
Tuesday June 5th: At-Large Study Committee Outreach Meeting (08:00 - 12:30) (Room K22)
Tuesday June 5th - Friday June 8th: INET 2001
- 08:30 - 08:35 Chairman's Welcome and Introduction of Local Hosts08:35 - 09:00 ICANN management reports
09:00 - 09:30 Reports of ICANN Board Committees RSSAC report 09:45 - 10:15 Governmental Advisory Committee (GAC) presentation
- Report of President/CEO
- Report of Vice President/General Counsel
- Convening of Independent Review Policy Nominating Committee Agreements with and Implementation of New TLDs
- Revised Agreements with VeriSign
10:15 - 10:45 Coffee break 10:45 - 11:00 Protocol Supporting Organization report 11:00 - 11:30 Address Supporting Organization report
11:30 - 12:15 Domain Name Supporting Organization report
- Activities since Melbourne Criteria for the Establishment of New Regional Internet Registries
12:15 - 12:30 ccTLD Update 12:30 - 14:00 Lunch 14:00 - 14:30 Simultaneous Language Translation
- Activities since Melbourne meeting DNSO Review Review of the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)
14:30 - 15:15 ICANN Budget and Finance
15:15 - 15:30 Break 15:30 - 16:15 Report of Board Working Group on Internationalized Domain Names (IDN)
- Proposed Annual Budget for the 2001-2002 Fiscal Year Proposed Revision to Registrar Accreditation Application and Fixed Annual Fees
16:15 - 17:00 Presentation of Discussion Draft on A Unique, Authoritative Root for the DNS
- 17:00 - 18:00 Open microphone (not completed)
- 08:30 - 09:00 At Large Study Committee
- Progress Report by Chair
- 09:00 - 09:30 Open microphone
- 2001-2002 Budget
Criteria for the Designation of New Regional Internet Registries
- Action to Approve Proposed Budget
- Action on Proposed Registrar Accreditation Fee Revisions
- Action on Report of the Address Council
Referral to DNSO Regarding Policy Recommendations for Operation of the .org TLD
- Discussion of Public Forum Presentations
- Procedure for Monitoring New TLD Implementation and Evaluating New TLD Program
Other items may be added in the near future, so please check back. Comments on the agenda should be sent to Andrew McLaughlin.
We are presently actively sponsors for coffee breaks and the webcasting.
As the meeting is being run on a cost-recovery basis, sponsorship opportunities are limited. If you or your organization are interested in sponsorship please feel free to contact email@example.com.
WEBCAST AND REMOTE PARTICIPATION INFORMATION
ICANN will be webcasting the DNSO General Assembly and Names Council Meetings (2 June), the ICANN Public Forum (3 June), and the ICANN Board meeting (4 June). Click here for details on the webcasts and remote participation opportunities for those unable to attend the meetings in person.
Pre-registration for the Stockholm meetings is available by clicking here.
While pre-registration is not required, the information will be used to prepare printed nametags. Pre-registration will also assure that you're kept up to date about logistical details as information becomes available. As an option, you may choose to be included on a public list of meeting attendees.
Due to possible space/safety requirements pre-registration may be necessary for invitation to some receptions.
Members of the press should contact John Jeffrey for assistance.