Re: [Ianaplan] Question from the ICG

Dan Schlitt <schlitt@theworld.com> Mon, 09 February 2015 17:10 UTC

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Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2015 12:09:04 -0500
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I did not comment during the earlier discussion. Just keeping up with 
all the postings was hard. By the time I caught up and was ready to 
voice my opinion others had already made the point better than I.

Dave and Andrew state well the conclusion I came to. It would be a good 
outcome if the ownership was transfered but not worth a fight with the 
current owner. I didn't view ICAN as an opponent in this transition as 
it seems others did. I thought it could be an act of good will if the 
ownership of the names was just voluntarily transfered with out the fuss 
of putting it in transition documents. All the legal argumentation that 
took place in the WG was really beside the point.

/dan

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On Mon, 9 Feb 2015, Andrew Sullivan wrote:

> On Mon, Feb 09, 2015 at 06:34:07AM -0800, Dave Crocker wrote:
>> I took the earlier IANAPlan discussion as deciding that ownership of the
>> name was not worth a possibly contentious process, rather than an IETF
>> desire not to hold the name.
>
> That was how I took the earlier discussion too.  I will also say that,
> in my own case, my opposition to adding iana.org and the IANA trade
> mark to our list of transitions must haves was exactly, "Not worth a
> possibly contentious process."  I think we should not bargain for such
> a change, because I don't think it gives us anything that would be
> worth giving anything up for.  But if someone else wants to engage in
> such bargaining, I think the IETF Trust is a fine place for the name
> or trademark or both to land.
>
> A
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