APTLD – An Update for AP*

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  APTLD – An Update for AP*. Don Hollander General Manager AP* – August 2007. Asia Pacific Top Level Domain Association (APTLD). Covers all ccTLDs in the Pacific Covers all ccTLDs in Asia Covers all ccTLDs in the Middle East Cultural Diversity is HUGE Language Diversity is HUGE
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APTLD – An Update for AP*Don HollanderGeneral ManagerAP* – August 2007Asia Pacific Top Level Domain Association (APTLD)
  • Covers all ccTLDs in the Pacific
  • Covers all ccTLDs in Asia
  • Covers all ccTLDs in the Middle East
  • Cultural Diversity is HUGE
  • Language Diversity is HUGE
  • Geography is HUGE
  • APTLD’s Geographic CoverageAPTLD Operation
  • Board
  • General Manager
  • Administrative Support
  • APTLD BoardChris Disspain (.au)Jonathan Shea (.hk)Yumi Ohashi (.jp)Shariya Haniz Zulkifli (.my) CHAIRKeith Davidson (.nz)Ai-Chin Lu (.tw)Siavash Shahshahani (.ir)Jaeyoun Kim (.kr)Characteristics of Members
  • Large to Very Small
  • Sophisticated to very simple
  • Financially well off to financially struggling
  • Private for Profit, Gov’t Dept, NGO, Univ
  • All keen to be better at what they do
  • All willing to help one another – and learn from one another
  • APTLD Activities 2007
  • Four Meetings
  • Bali (Feb 2007 in conjunction with APRICOT)
  • Dubai (June 2007)
  • Honiara (August 2007)
  • Bangkok (October 2007)
  • Training Programs
  • Non-Technical (Bali & Dubai)
  • Advanced Technical (Oct 2007 in Bangkok)
  • Shared Sessions with Members (eg IPv6 in NZ)
  • Various with Malaysia
  • APTLD Activities 2007
  • Two Research Projects
  • Elasticity of Demand for Domain Names
  • Resiliency & Redundancy – How much is enough – Guidelines for Operators
  • Dot.IDN
  • FastTrack Introduction of dot.IDN on a very limited basis
  • Extend status quo for ccTLD managers to one additional TLD in local script
  • Local & Global Consultation
  • Expected initial uptake ~ a Dozen ccTLDs
  • >25% of World’s Population
  • APTLD Position on dot.IDNAllow each existing ccTLD to manage one additional country or territory specific ccTLD in a recognised non-ASCII script of their country or territory. The name will be determined by the ccTLD’s local Internet community. APTLD recognises that this will not meet the demand for a few ccTLDs with multiple non-ASCII scripts and we will actively pursue the policy development solution to meet their needs too.Manage a six-month comment period for the international community to lodge substantive objections to the names chosen as not being relevant for the ccTLD. This will ensure that spurious names are not chosen.APTLD Values
  • Open
  • All content is published and freely available.
  • All meetings are open
  • All ccTLDs are welcome
  • All interested parties are welcome
  • Principal Focus
  • Local
  • Commercial/Admin
  • Technical
  • Global Policy
  • IDNs
  • Next Meeting – Bangkok – Oct 24 & 25
  • IDN’s – dot.IDN – How to Move Forward
  • IDN.ccTLD – Technical & Policy Considerations
  • 4R’s – Registries, Registrars, Resellers & Registrants
  • Other Topics
  • Come Join UsFor More Information…
  • www.aptld.org
  • don@aptld.org
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