During the 12th APNIC open Policy Meeting in Taipei, Dr Kenny S. Huang was elected as the new Asia Pacific region Address Council representative at the ASO Meeting on Friday 31 August. He will replace Jianping Wu from 1 January 2002. Dr. Huang is currently the Head of Communication & Network Services, Academia Sinica and has a distinguished history of…
The second ASO General Assembly meeting was held on Wednesday, 4 April 2001 in the Hyatt Hotel at Fisherman’s Wharf, San Francisco USA, hosted by ARIN during the ARIN Public Policy and Members Meeting. The General Assembly meeting was open to all parties with an interest in ASO policy matters. Minutes from the second General Assembly Meeting are available online.
At its teleconference meeting on Wednesday 2 August 2000, the Address Council elected Dr Sang Hyun Kyong to fill the latest ASO position on the ICANN board. This position was vacated on 30 September this year by Pindar Wong, who served for a one-year term as an ICANN Director and also as Vice-Chair of ICANN. Dr Kyong will serve on…
ICANN has announced its next round of meetings, to be held in Yokohama, Japan on 14-18 July 2000. The previous round of ICANN meetings was held in Cairo, Egypt on 7-10 March, 2000. Full details are still available from the Cairo meeting web site .
In accordance with the ASO MoU, the ASO Address Council held its first General Assembly meeting on 19 May 2000. This meeting was held in Budapest, Hungary, in conjunction with the RIPE-36 meeting, hosted by RIPE NCC.
On 23 March 2000, ICANN called on the Address Council to select 2 individuals to fill ASO seats on the Independent Review Panel (IRP) Nominating Committee. In their letter to the AC, ICANN described the function of the committee, and provided general guidelines as to the type of individuals who would be suitable for nomination.
On 15 February 2000, the Address Council made a call for nominations to ASO seats on the ICANN Board. The deadline for nominations was 19 April 2000 (30 days prior to the recent ASO General Assembly meeting).
At its 2 November 1999 meeting in Los Angeles, the Address Council approved a revision of these terms on request of the 3 ASO ICANN directors, and asked ICANN to implement this revision as follows:
On 28 October 1999, ICANN announced that nine new Directors had been named to the Board by its three supporting organizations.