[CRISP-TEAM] [Reminder: Comment on SLA close today 2nd June ] Re: Call for comments from the CRISP Team Re: first draft review of the SLA v1.0

Andrei Robachevsky robachevsky at isoc.org
Wed Jun 3 11:03:23 CEST 2015


Izumi Okutani wrote on 03/06/15 10:54:
> Yes, I think I am confused about the same part.

Since this part s confusing, a better approach may be to clearly state
our expectation in the analysis, rather than guessing what the precise
meaning of 12.1.1. could be.

How about:

This principle is adequately addressed in Article 12. In our
understanding this provision covers potential IPRs and trademarks,
excluding the IANA trademark, IANA.ORG and the public registry data. In
our understanding the expected arrangements for these assets will have
happened (i.e. transferred to the IETF Trust and declared as being in
the public domain) before the SLA is signed, and therefore are outside
the scope of this Agreement.

We also note that such arrangements will need to be documented and
implemented in other agreements between all of the relevant actors
(which include more than the parties to this SLA).


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