Re: [Ianaplan] returning to the topic of IANA trademarks and domains

Jari Arkko <jari.arkko@piuha.net> Sat, 19 September 2015 05:17 UTC

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Seun,

> Thanks for this update, the agreement categories does make sense.

Thanks.

> That said,  I think item 2 and 3 are somewhat interrelated and can be achieved with a single one

This might be possible in the case where the operator and
community are the same entity, but in the general case the
three agreements would have different parties:

1. ICANN - Trust
2. Trust - an operational community
3. IANA functions operator - Trust

Jari