Re: [Cfrg] RG Last Call - draft-irtf-cfrg-ocb-00

"David McGrew (mcgrew)" <> Tue, 12 February 2013 14:08 UTC

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Hi Ted and Everyone,

On 2/5/13 5:17 PM, "Ted Krovetz" <> wrote:

>Phil has issued broad licenses for OCB, allowing open-source software
>implementations and software implementations in non-military contexts and
>non-commercial non-military hardware implementations. The licenses are at
>It is my understanding -- correct me if I'm wrong -- that IP disclosures
>do not go directly in the RFC but instead get disclosed to the IETF along
>with the RFC submission. This has been done and the disclosures are at

That's right, the IETF process for IPR disclosures is that the disclosures
are made regarding drafts and tracked as above.  Ted and Phil made the
appropriate IPR disclosure for Phil's patents a long time ago.   The
disclosures made for draft-krovetz-ocb apply to draft-irtf-cfrg-ocb as
well, and will apply to the RFC also.   These disclosures can be found at
<> at the bottom of
the page.

Over a year ago, Phil and Ted and I invited Gligor, Donescu, and IBM to
make a joint IPR statement, but unfortunately we did not hear back from