[CRISP-TEAM] ICANN Submits Implementation Planning Status Report to NTIA

Izumi Okutani izumi at nic.ad.jp
Sat Aug 20 01:36:33 CEST 2016


Nice to hear on this list :) I hope all is well with the CRISPies.

Great to see the blog from the NTIA, and I liked the announcement from ARIN, as shared on the global ML.

Indeed, Andrei on missing IPR from Implementation Status Report.
I do see IPR listed as Implementation Item on the Monthy Transition Facilitation Calls, so I believe it is recognised as Implementation Item by ICANN.

  Transition Facilitation Calls

  Call #13 02 August 2016

With the call for comments on IPR agreements, let's trust the RIRs and the three OCs together will get this done by 30th Sep :)


On 2016/08/15 22:50, Nurani Nimpuno wrote:
> Hi,
> Izumi and I have only followed these discussions from a distance as the RIRs took over the implementation of the IPRs when they decided to close down the CRISP team.
> But yes it was very disappointing that the IPR wasn’t included in this report. (The IETF representatives also noted this.)
> Nurani
>> On 15 aug. 2016, at 15:25, Andrei Robachevsky <robachevsky at isoc.org> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Not sure the list is still operational, but I wanted to flag that ICANN
>> has published an implementation Status report. I might have overlooked
>> but there seems to be no mention of the IPR and corresponding agreements.
>> From the report
>> (https://www.icann.org/en/system/files/files/iana-stewardship-implementation-planning-status-12aug16-en.pdf):
>> "By executing the SLA with the RIRs and establishing a Review Committee,
>> ICANN and the
>> RIRs have completed the tasks specified by the Internet number community
>> in the ICG
>> proposal."
>> At least I would expect the execution of the IANA IPR Assignment
>> Agreement to be mentioned there as an implementation item.
>> Andrei
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