Re: Late IPR disclosure on RFC7024 - Opinions ?

Thomas Morin <thomas.morin@orange.com> Mon, 27 October 2014 09:06 UTC

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Subject: Re: Late IPR disclosure on RFC7024 - Opinions ?
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Hi Robert, everyone,

It is fully up to each individual to make sure that he/she complies with 
IETF IPR rules.

As we do in l3vpn/bess, some chairs take the additional steps of making 
sure authors did not forget to comply with these rules, through a 
reminder question.  Let's be clear that even without such a question, 
the rules still apply to everyone.

Note that the rules in RFC3979 may impose disclosure to all 
participants, including people not co-author of a draft.

The best is for everyone to read RFC3979.

-Thomas



2014-10-24, Martin Vigoureux:
> Robert
>
> Le 23/10/2014 21:22, Robert Raszuk a écrit :
>> Chairs normally ask only authors for IPR statement.
>
> I do not believe this is the norm.
> IETF IPR policies concern a broader set of people than "authors".
>
> -m
>