The IAB extends many thanks to the community members who were willing to serve on the RSOC for their ongoing support of the RFC Series and the RFC Series Editor.
After reviewing the strong list of individuals who offered to serve on the RSOC, the IAB is appointing the following people to serve on the RSOC:
- Sarah Banks
- Tony Hansen
- Adam Roach
- Peter Saint-Andre
In addition, Christian Huitema and Robert Sparks will serve as IAB members on the RSOC, and Portia Wenze-Danley will continue to serve as a liaison to RSOC in her role as interim IAD.
The IAB sincerely thanks all of the people that offered to serve on the RSOC. The IAB particularly thanks the following current RSOC members that will be stepping off the committee later this month:
- Nevil Brownlee
- Joel Halpern
- Bob Hinden
- Martin Thomson (IAB member)
The IAB has been deliberating the appointment from the IETF community to the ICANN NomCom over the past few weeks. After seeking feedback from the IETF community, the IAB has decided to re-appoint Ole Jacobsen to this position.
The IAB extends its sincere thanks to Ole for serving the community in this role.
The IAB (on behalf of the IETF) has been asked to supply a member to the 2019 ICANN Nominating Committee (NomCom) by 24 August 2018. Last year, Ole Jacobsen did the job for the IETF community, and he is willing to serve again.
The IAB would like to solicit comments from the community on Ole Jacobsen on the ICANN NomCom. While the ICANN NomCom process itself is confidential, the IAB believes that asking for feedback on this appointment is important for transparency.
Please send comments to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would appreciate receiving comments by Tuesday, 21 August 2018, as the IAB will begin the next steps in this appointment process shortly so that the ICANN NomCom member can attend the first formal meeting of the 2019 NomCom in Barcelona in October 2018.
The IAB has appointed Tim Wicinski to the Community Coordination Group. The IAB thanks Tim for his willingness to serve the community in this capacity.
First, I am again happy to note that there were no appeals received by the IAB at the time of writing.
In our last report, the IAB noted that it was in the process of selecting a new liaison to the ICANN Board. Harald Alvestrand was selected by the portion of the IAB not recused, and he and Jonne Soininen are currently sharing information as they run up to the change-over together. The IAB has re-appointed Jim Reid to the position of Root Zone Evolution Review Committee liaison. We thank each of them, as well as the other volunteers, for their willingness to serve.
Under the terms of RFC 6635, the IAB recently called for volunteers to serve on the RFC Series Oversight Committee (RSOC) and there were a gratifyingly large number of volunteers. If you have opinions, information, or perspectives on the individuals for the RSOC which you believe would help the IAB select the RSOC membership, please provide comments to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide feedback before 26 July 2018.
You can always find the documents the IAB has adopted and is working on at https://datatracker.ietf.org/stream/iab. Three new documents may be of interest: Continue reading
The IAB announced a call for nominations and volunteers for serving on the RSOC on 16 May 2018. For details on the position and further links, please see the previous message.
The call completed, and 12 people accepted nominations. As specified in the announcement, the IAB is now providing that list to the community. If you have opinions, information, or perspectives on the individuals for the RSOC which you believe would help the IAB select the RSOC membership, please provide comments to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide feedback before 26 July 2018. Continue reading
The IAB has reappointed Jim Reid to serve an additional one-year term on the ICANN Root Zone Evolution Review Committee (RZERC). The IAB thanks Jim for his willingness to serve the community in this capacity.
The IAB is pleased to announce that they have selected Harald Alvestrand to succeed Jonne Soininen as the IETF Liaison to the ICANN Board of Directors. Harald’s term will begin with the ICANN Annual General Meeting in October. The IAB would like to thank Harald and all of the candidates for their willingness to serve the community in this role.
The IAB also extends special thanks to Jonne for his 6 years of service.
Note: The selection committee did not include Ted Hardie, who was recused from the discussion because of a potential conflict of interest. The selection committee otherwise comprised the full IAB.