Re: [dane] draft-ietf-dane-smime

Danny McPherson <danny@tcb.net> Fri, 31 October 2014 17:11 UTC

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On 2014-10-31 09:25, Paul Wouters wrote:

> The problem has not gone away though. It would help if you could 
> state
> publicly whether any of your suggestions might fall under planned or
> actual IPR by Versign? If so, a statement with license conditions
> compatible with the IETF process would be useful. Without any such
> statements, I'm even feeling uncomfortable reading anything you 
> wrote,
> let alone accepting any contributions from members of your company.

Rest assured Verisign is going to follow the IETF IPR disclosure 
procedures in the way that our experts in this area deem appropriate - 
we're well aware there are clear consequences of not doing so -- and 
there are a lot of folks here that are trying to do the right thing.

That said, you're welcome to follow those procedures yourself if 
something concerns you.

> So as it stands, I am against any of your suggestions, without having
> read them.

Perhaps give them a read such you can have an informed position and 
useful contribution for this discussion?  :-)

Kind regards,

-danny