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Subject: RE: [security-services] Proposed wording for IPR standing rule

I assume that we should go ahead and send the updated charter to Karl for
OASIS distribution.  As discussed at the meeting today, since the standing
rules are not part of the charter, we don't need to wait for them to be
approved by the TC before getting the charter approved by OASIS.  At least
that's my interpretation.

Are there any reasons to hold off sending the charter to Karl?  

Rob Philpott 
RSA Security Inc. 
The Most Trusted Name in e-Security 
Tel: 781-515-7115 
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eve L. Maler [mailto:eve.maler@sun.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2003 1:43 PM
> To: 'security-services@lists.oasis-open.org'
> Subject: [security-services] Proposed wording for IPR standing rule
> In today's telecon, we approved a newly clarified charter, and also
> began to approve standing rules that will be linked to from the charter.
>   We have approved two so far; the rule related to IPR remains to be
> decided on.
> We are planning to vote on the following standing rule in our next
> telecon on March 4th.  Please use this time to check with your corporate
> attorneys as necessary.  One idea that came up on the mailing list and
> in today's call was to simplify the wording to make it easier for
> implementors to understand; while we ultimately backed off from this
> idea in order to stick closely to wording that's already in use in the
> LegalXML TCs, if you feel this is important, please look into the
> acceptable possibilities for doing do with your experts on hand.
> "It is the goal of the TC not to approve any technical specification if
> it believes that the use, distribution, or implementation of such
> specification would require the unauthorized infringement of any third
> party rights known to the TC, and such third party has not agreed to
> provide and openly specify necessary license rights on perpetual,
> royalty-free, non-discriminatory terms."
> If you have suggestions or questions, please post them as a response to
> this message.
> 	Eve
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