[Adoption_wg] ICANN63 and ID4me Adoption Working Group Chair

Jothan Frakes jothan at gmail.com
Mon Oct 29 18:57:56 UTC 2018

Hello and congratulations to everyone on the successes at ICANN 63.

As we press towards 2019, and begin planning with respect to events and
activities with crucial events like NamesCon, DomainPulse, Cloudfest, and
ICANN 64 Kobe that provide opportunities for further awareness, I would
like to ensure we collaborate and communicate about our planning of
activities to ensure we benefit together and avoid hosting  competing
events by accident.

Many of you are members of the DNA currently, and we have a marketing
committee which meets every other week to discuss events and planning as
part of their work - this represents a magnificent opportunity to include
discussions of the progress of id4me efforts and activities related to
awareness and marketing.


On Mon, Oct 29, 2018, 03:25 Marcos Sanz <sanz at denic.de> wrote:

> Hi David,
> > Lovely to have met with some of you at ICANN.  I have come away inspired
> to progress things a little more in New Zealand. By the
> > time Kobe comes around I plan to have a working prototype of ID4me using
> Domain Connect. My goal is to see if try and create and
> > configure a domain name on the fly during an identity creation process.
> I wished I would have met you all at ICANN. Just fwiw for those who might
> not know: we already have prototyped a binding with DomainConnect during
> identity creation. It's up and running here:
> https://identityagent.de/register
> If the base domain of the ID4me (take for instance marcos.sanz.club)
> announces the DomainConnect discovery record, e.g.
> marcos at marcos-xm3:~$ dig +short _domainconnect.sanz.club TXT
> _domainconnect.1and1.com.
> "api.domainconnect.1and1.com"
> the UI will offer you an additional button "Do settings with Domain
> Connect".
> Best,
> Marcos
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