Re: [DNSOP] ICANN Name collision framework

Suzanne Woolf <> Sun, 20 August 2017 03:03 UTC

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Subject: Re: [DNSOP] ICANN Name collision framework
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On Aug 19, 2017, at 11:47 AM, Rubens Kuhl <> wrote:

> (Sorry if you have received more than 1 copy of this e-mail, since this is being sent to technical mailing lists focusing on DNS)
> There is ongoing policy development effort within ICANN towards subsequent procedures of new gTLDs releases; during the last round in 2012, one of the last pieces of the program to be defined was the name collision framework, detailed at . 
> The current thinking is to keep most of the framework as it was in that round, with minor changes for low risk strings and some more detail for other strings. The base principle is to use research-accessible trusted databases such as DITL and ORDINAL to make decisions. 

It's very good to see this outreach regarding the ICANN gTLD policy process, and this specific topic may well be of interest to DNSOP participants.

However, it's also not a core topic for this group, and is likely to be of interest to others as well.  Is there a dedicated mailing list, wiki, or other venue for people to offer their comments or continue the discussion?

There is a reference in the text to "the WG" ("Some of the questions still to be answered by the WG include…") Could you expand the reference? Where can an interested DNSOP participant go to find out more about this WG and its work to date?