[Iana-ipr] Proposed Process for Executing Agreements
gregshatanipc at gmail.com
Tue Sep 27 20:13:54 CEST 2016
I haven't seen any responses to this, so I'm curious how this is being
In the interests of time, it might make sense to sign in counterparts
(i.e., each signatory signs on its own sheet of paper), rather than in
sequence. This will be legally effective. Signatories can always execute
on a single document later on, for posterity. (In other words, this should
be signed in parallel, rather than serially.)
Given the number of signatories and time zones, IETF would be signing a 6th
generation scan that might take several days to get to it.
Agree that the header should be deleted, that was just for version control
of the drafts.
On Mon, Sep 26, 2016 at 10:36 AM, Ray Pelletier <rpelletier at isoc.org> wrote:
> Below is a proposal for processing the documents for
> signing. Please advise if this works for you.
> Sam - Please advise when ICANN will be able to sign.
> IANA Transition Proposed Doc Execution Process
> 1. The Trust will coordinate the execution of the Agreements with
> the Trust signing each document last.
> 2. Trust (Ray) will send the appropriate documents to
> the appropriate parties as follows:
> a. IANA IPR Assignment agreement to ICANN - Sam
> b. All IANA License agreements to ICANN - Sam
> c. Community Agreement sequence
> 1. RIRs - Alan Barrett to circulate among RIRs and return, then
> 2. Names - ICANN on behalf of Names - Sam, then
> 3. IETF - ISOC to execute after request by IAOC after request by
> d. IETF Chair enters date at the top of each and signs all for the Trust
> “This ____ Agreement is entered into as of this ___ day of _____”
> e. Executed Agreements will be published online at:
> for retrieval by parties
> Note: all the Agreements have 21 Sept. 2016 in the upper LH corner
> e.g.: http://trustee.ietf.org/documents/Assignment_
> All agreements: http://trustee.ietf.org/iana.html
> The purpose of this date was to identify the Agreements approved by the
> We suggest deleting this.
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