[CRISP-TEAM] [CWG-Stewardship] FW: [client com] IPR Memo
Kivuva at transworldafrica.com
Mon Aug 10 11:37:09 CEST 2015
Exactly Andrei. And IETF Trust have not indicated they have a problem with
the effort that goes into receiving the IPR.
On Aug 10, 2015 12:15 PM, "Andrei Robachevsky" <robachevsky at isoc.org> wrote:
> Mwendwa Kivuva wrote on 10/08/15 07:58:
> > On 10 August 2015 at 02:34, Bill Woodcock <woody at pch.net
> > <mailto:woody at pch.net>> wrote:
> > My take on it is the same as John’s. We seem to be getting
> > railroaded by the Names’ folks interests, as was kinda predictable
> > that we would. I guess the bottom line is that I don’t want any
> > objections from us to add to the delays they’ve already created, and
> > I’m willing to compromise on this issue as long as everyone is
> > _really clear_ that we can go our own way as soon as we like, so if
> > they screw this up, it won’t affect us long-term.
> > We should also be prepared for the consequences of any compromise. For
> > example, any compromise that goes against the CRISP proposal will
> > have to go back to the community process and seek re-approval. From the
> > SLA, it is clearly stated that ICANN is the IFO. So the community
> > proposal is praying for the IPR to sit anywhere other than within ICANN.
> So, taking Sidley's advice at face value, scenarios 1 and 2 are clearly
> incompatible with the numbers proposal, and the main downside of
> scenario 3 (An independent trust, such as the IETF Trust) is that it
> "will require the most effort to implement".
> Well, if that is a strong argument against, we shouldn't have started
> working on the transition in the first place!
> If Sidle's analysis passes the IETF Trust legal review and they say it
> is doable, I do not quite see a problem. I have not seen any objections
> to the Trust option since January, and the ICG proposal does not
> indicate them either. Unless we hear specific concerns we (and the
> Trust) cannot address them.
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