[CRISP-TEAM] Fwd: Re: [NRO-IANAXFER] IANA IPR considerations
izumi at nic.ad.jp
Thu Dec 25 15:43:55 CET 2014
It looks to me like it is hard to reach an agreement on the specifics of
how the rights of IANA trademark/domain be handled.
While we still want to continue keeping an eye on discussions, I'd like
to suggest to start thinking of how we reflect this part.
As a starting point, we could edit the relevant sections in the IETF
proposal, which Andrei has helpfully quoted, in revise some wording to
fit the RIRs. After that we can perhaps list the views which have been
mentioned but not reached an agreement, again, like the proposal in the
What do you all think? & Any vounteer to draft this topic?
It would be also helpful if the volunteer person could interact with the
ianaxfer at nro.net list as necessary, in receiving feedback needed to
draft this part.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: [NRO-IANAXFER] IANA IPR considerations
Date: Wed, 24 Dec 2014 10:32:03 +0100
From: Roger Jørgensen <rogerj at gmail.com>
To: Hans Petter Holen <hph at oslo.net>
CC: ianaxfer at nro.net
On Tue, Dec 23, 2014 at 4:33 PM, Hans Petter Holen <hph at oslo.net> wrote:
> I agree that this makes sense.
> For the RIRs it would be relatively easy to "rename" the global numbers
> registry held by IANA as the number of global policies refering to IANA is
> limited, while it will be impossible for the IETF to update all refernces in
> the RFCs.
> So keeping the domainname and other rights connected with IANA with the IETF
> (trust) is the best option I have seen.
Hello Hans Petter,
It is not impossible, it is just alot of work. I think that was the
at IETF IANAPLAN.
Fully doable if we ever get there, not that many people think we might.
But as said in the last email, it just make sense to separate the operator
role vs ownership of the IANA trademark/domain.
Roger Jorgensen | ROJO9-RIPE
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