As Andrew pointed out at domainnamewire.com the ICANN meeting is being held in a very dangerous Mexico City from March 1-7.
For those that don’t know Mexico city has the highest rate of kidnappings in the world.
ICANN has just made available a online form that you can use to submit a question to ICANN that they may address in their meeting.
Please note the form restricts the question to 30 words.
We used the opportunity to ask:
1. Is ICANN going to pass a uniform rule for all expired domains?
2. Is ICANN going to reduce it’s $.20 fee now that it has a surplus well in excess of its own stated requirements.
You can ask about these topics, the new gTLD’s or anything else on your mind.
In response to the questions I submitted, ICANN sent me this:
“””We will make sure that as many questions as possible are asked in the room itself (and the answers captured by the meeting transcript). If we run out of time and your question isn’t asked, don’t worry – we will produce a response in the weeks following the meeting that should include both your question and a response to your question.”””
For all of you that comment on this blog, tha tICANN doesn’t listen to you, here is another chance to have your voice heard