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Internet Naming and Addressing - the constitution of the new
Self-Regulatory Organisation to succeed IANA (*)
(Internet Assigned Numbers Authority)
European information meeting, Brussels, 7 July 1998

Internet - the Future

Programme and Agenda:

09.30-10.00 Registration and coffee/tea

10.00-10.30 Session 1: Welcome and Introduction

10.30-11.30 Session 2: Structure and organisation of the private
self-regulatory body

Moderator: Javier Sola (Spanish Internet Users Association_

Three points of view:

1. Industry

2. Internet users: Daniel Kaplan, ISOC.

3. Internet operators: Keith Mitchell, RIPE-NCC

Contributions from the floor

11.30-12.30 Session 3: Registries and registrars


1. National Registries: Fay Howard RIPE-CENTR

2. The proposed CORE Registry
Kenyon T. Stubbs (CORE-EXCOM)

3. The competitive registration business

Contributions from the floor

12.30-14.00 Lunch: Assiette Froide.

14.00-15.00 Session 4: Stability, Reliability, Interoperability and Growth

Moderator: Patrik Falstrom

1. Standardisation and protocols: Brian Carpenter (IAB)

2. Market requirements: (Ipv6)

3. IP Addressing: Rob Blockzijl (RIPE)

4. The Root Servers: Lars-Johan Liman (SUNET)

Contributions from the floor

15.00-15.15 Coffee Break

15.15-16.45 Session 5: Future Domain Name Policy

Moderator: Michael Schneider (ECO)

1. An ISP point of view

2. A business perspective: Keith Gymer, ICC/BT

3. Public policy point of view

Contribution from WIPO participants.

Contributions from the floor.

16.45-18.00 Session 6: Conclusions and next steps

Chairman and Panel of the Moderators:

1. The international process

2. European participation

3. The re-Constitution of IANA

4. Membership and responsibilities of the
Councils of the new Corporation.