[CRISP-TEAM] Draft announcement (- 2/5): The future of the CRISP Team role

Izumi Okutani izumi at nic.ad.jp
Thu Feb 4 02:19:49 CET 2016


Below is the draft announcement Nurani and I would like to send to the global ianaxfer list on the future of the CRISP role on IPR and in general.

The contents are based the confirmation Nurani has sent - many thanks for your feedback and explicit support!

This is planned to be send out at Fri 5th Feb UTC0900, and welcome your feedback before this, if you have any suggestions.

Nurani & Izumi

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to inform you that the CRISP Team has handed over the responsibility to the RIRs, on preparing implementation for IPR related to the provision of the IANA services.

The three operational communities are now at the phase of preparing implementation, based on the consensus the IETF Trust to be the entity to hold the ownership of "the IANA trademark" and "the IANA.ORG domain".
Further, the three operational communities are undertaking coordination towards the implementation work between now and September, through the IPR coordination group with leaders from each operational communities.

The CRISP team takes on an observer role in this group, to ensure consistency with the proposal, and continue to make itself available to answer questions or provide clarifications as needed. 
Izumi Okutani and Nurani Nimpuno will represent the CRISP team in this group.

The public read-only archives of its mailing list are available at: https://www.nro.net/pipermail/iana-ipr/

With this formal handover in the implementation of IPR to the RIRs, we no longer have specific actions as the CRISP Team, and our role now transitions into an auditor role.
The CRISP Team continues to remain available to provide answers, advice and clarifications about the proposal as needed in the process, and to help ensure that the implementation is consistent with the number community’s proposal. 

Best Regards,

Izumi Okutani and Nurani Nimpuno
The Chair and the Vice Chair, the CRISP Team

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