[CRISP-TEAM] Response to ICG question re IANA trademark and domain
john.sweeting at twcable.com
Thu Feb 12 15:02:34 CET 2015
I support as well
On 2/12/15, 6:18 AM, "Andrei Robachevsky" <robachevsky at isoc.org> wrote:
>Thank you Alan, looks it was a productive discussion. I support sending
>this summary to the community.
>Alan Barrett wrote on 12/02/15 11:59:
>> Izumi and I have met with Russ Housley and Jari Arkko of the IETF.
>> We think that there is no incompatibility between the proposals from the
>> numbers community (CRISP) and the protocol parameters community (IETF).
>> Accordingly, we think that there is no need to change the proposal from
>> the numbers community.
>> The IETF is still discussing the issue, but it seems likely that they
>> will not object to transfer of the IANA trademark and IANA.ORG domain
>> name from ICANN to the IETF Trust.
>> If there is agreement from the IETF, then it is likely that the IETF
>> Trust will accept custody of the IANS trademark and IANA.ORG domain
>> Steve Crocker (chair of the ICANN Board) has indicated that the ICANN
>> Board has no fundamental objection to transferring the trademark and
>> domain name, but there are subtleties that would have to be worked out.
>> I suggest that we send the above points to our community.
>> --apb (Alan Barrett)
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>> CRISP at nro.net
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