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'''Mike O'Connor''' got involved with internet when he was the Controller and Administrative CIO for the [[University of Minnesota]] in the late '80's. His next stop after being introduced to the Internet was to found a high-speed ISP (ISDN and faster) in the mid-90's. My other interest was generic domain names, which reminded me of call-letters from the community stations I founded in the early 70's WORT-FM in Madison was the one that I did all on my own, but I helped with [[KUSP]] in Santa Cruz, KDNA in St Louis, [[KFAI]] in Minneapolis, [[WEFT]] in Chambana and was a co-founder of the [[National Federation of Community Broadcasters]].
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'''Mike O'Connor''' has been involved with the Internet since he become the Controller and Administrative CIO for the University of Minnesota in the late '80's. He later went on to found a high-speed [[ISP]] in the mid-90's. He is interested in [[gTLD]]s.<ref>[http://www.haven2.com/index.php/bio Mike O'Connor Bio]</ref>
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==Work in Broadcasting==
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He founded WORT-FM, a community radio station in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. He was also involved with KUSP in Santa Cruz, KDNA in St Louis, KFAI in Minneapolis, WEFT in Chambana and was a co-founder of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters in Washington, DC.<ref>[http://www.haven2.com/index.php/bio Mike O'Connor Bio]</ref>
  
 
==ICANN Involvement==
 
==ICANN Involvement==
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Mike Retired from ICANN in the spring of 2014.  He was a Member of the [[GNSO]]'s [[ISPCP]] Constituency and briefly represented them on the [[GNSO Council]].  Previously he was a member of the [[Commercial and Business Constituency]], where he was a member of the [[Credentials Committee]].<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/oconnorstp LinkedIn]</ref> His primary focus was on GNSO (and cross-constituency) [[Working Groups]] that deal with the security and stability of the [[DNS]], including the following (in reverse chronological order, except for the IRTP series):
  
He is a member of the [[GNSO]], [[Commercial and Business Constituency] where he serve as a member of the Credentials Committee.<ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/in/oconnorstp linkedin profile]</ref>
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* GAC GNSO Early Engagement Consultative Group
 
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* Data and Metrics for Policy Making ([[DMPM]]) (chair)
==ICANN meetings==
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* Thick Whois ([[Thick Whois]]) (chair)
 
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* Fake Renewal Notices ([[FRN]]) (chair)
* Wellington
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* Policy and Implementation WG Charter Drafting Team
* Los Angeles
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* Cross Community Working Group Drafting Team ([[CCWG]])
* Paris
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* Joint DNS Security and Stability Analysis ([[DSSA]]) (co-chair)
* Cairo
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* Vertical Integration [[PDP]] ([[VI]]) (co-chair)
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* [[Zone File Access Advisory Group]]
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* [[High Security Zone TLD Advisory Group]]
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* Post Expiration Domain Name Recovery Implementation Review Team
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* Post Expiration Domain Name Recovery ([[PEDNR]])
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* [[Registration Abuse Policies Implementation Drafting Team]] (chair)
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* Registration Abuse Policies ([[RAP-WG]])
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* [[Fast Flux PDP]] ([[Fast Flux]])
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* Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part D ([[IRTP-D]]) (co-chair)
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* Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part C Implementation Review Team ([[IRTP-C IRT]])
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* Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part C ([[IRTP-C]])
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* Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Part B ([[IRTP-B]])
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* Inter Registrar Transfer Policy Part A ([[IRTP-A]])<ref>User Submitted</ref>
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* Inter-Registrar Transfer Policy Work Breakdown Drafting Team
  
==GNSO Working Groups and ICANN Advisory Committees==
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===ICANN Meetings Attended===
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* [[ICANN 25|Wellington]]
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* [[ICANN 30|Los Angeles]]
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* [[ICANN 32|Paris]]
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* [[ICANN 33|Cairo]]
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* [[ICANN 37|Nairobi]] (remote participation: Reston, VA)
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* [[ICANN 38|Brussels]]
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* [[ICANN 39|Cartagena]]
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* [[ICANN 40|San Francisco]]
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* [[ICANN 41|Singapore]]
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* [[ICANN 42|Dakar]] (remote participation: Praag, WI)
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* [[ICANN 43|San José]]
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* [[ICANN 44|Praag]]
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* [[ICANN 45|Toronto]]
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* [[ICANN 46|Beijing]]
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* [[ICANN 47|Durban]]
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* [[ICANN 48|Buenos Aires]]
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* [[ICANN 49|Singapore]]
  
* IRTP -- Inter Registrar Transfer Policy (many versions -- currently IRTP-B)
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==Education==
* RAP -- Registration Abuse Policies
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He received his MBA in Finance operations from S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management in Cornell University in 1979. He received his BA in Economics from Grinnell College in 1972.<ref>[http://www.haven2.com/index.php/bio Mike O'Connor Bio]</ref>
* PEDNR -- Post Expiration Domain Name Recovery
 
* Fast Flux
 
* High Security TLD Verification Program Advisory Committee
 
* Zone File Access Advisory Committee
 
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 20:02, 20 May 2014

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A Prairie Haven (his farm)]

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of ICANN's GNSO


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GNSO's ISP Constituency


Mike O'Connor has been involved with the Internet since he become the Controller and Administrative CIO for the University of Minnesota in the late '80's. He later went on to found a high-speed ISP in the mid-90's. He is interested in gTLDs.[1]

Work in Broadcasting

He founded WORT-FM, a community radio station in Madison, Wisconsin, USA. He was also involved with KUSP in Santa Cruz, KDNA in St Louis, KFAI in Minneapolis, WEFT in Chambana and was a co-founder of the National Federation of Community Broadcasters in Washington, DC.[2]

ICANN Involvement

Mike Retired from ICANN in the spring of 2014. He was a Member of the GNSO's ISPCP Constituency and briefly represented them on the GNSO Council. Previously he was a member of the Commercial and Business Constituency, where he was a member of the Credentials Committee.[3] His primary focus was on GNSO (and cross-constituency) Working Groups that deal with the security and stability of the DNS, including the following (in reverse chronological order, except for the IRTP series):

ICANN Meetings Attended

Education

He received his MBA in Finance operations from S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management in Cornell University in 1979. He received his BA in Economics from Grinnell College in 1972.[5]

References