[CRISP-TEAM] Response to ICG question re IANA trademark and domain
izumi at nic.ad.jp
Fri Feb 13 19:05:49 CET 2015
Alan, thanks for the update and this is consistent with my understanding.
Below is what Russ Housley has share with us as the points to cover in
the joint proposal, based on the meeting on Friday, updated by Alan.
Regarding point 3) in my previous e-mail (clarify the rights should be
tranferable incase we change the operator), it was observed that this is
described as the must for both IETF and both me & Alan consider it as
the must on the numbers proposal. However, this is not inconsistency, so
we do not mention it.
Points to cover in the joint statement:
(Given there will be consensus in both the IETF and the numbers
community and the IETF Trust agrees to accept if offered)
- No inconsistencies in the IETF and RIR community proposals.
- IETF and RIR communities are willing to transition iana.org and the
IANA trademark to the IETF Trust either before or after the stewardship
- IETF and RIR communities both need explicit permission to use the IANA
- IETF Trust is willing to accept iana.org and the IANA trademark if
they are offered
On 2015/02/12 19:59, Alan Barrett wrote:
> 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 name.
> 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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