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RFC 7848, "Mark and Signed Mark Objects Mapping", June 2016

Source of RFC: eppext (art)

Errata ID: 5061

Status: Reported
Type: Technical

Reported By: Nicos Gollan
Date Reported: 2017-07-06

Section 2.2 says:

      *  One or more <mark:protection> elements that contain the
         countries and region of the country where the mark is
         protected.  The <mark:protection> element contains the
         following child elements:

         +  A <mark:cc> element that contains the two-character code of
            the country in which the mark is protected.  This is a two-
            character code from [ISO3166-2].

         +  An OPTIONAL <mark:region> element that contains the name of
            a city, state, province, or other geographic region of
            <mark:country> in which the mark is protected.

         +  Zero or more OPTIONAL <mark:ruling> elements that contain
            the two-character code of the national territory in which
            the statute or treaty is applicable.  This is a two-
            character code from [ISO3166-2].

         +  Zero or more OPTIONAL <mark:label> elements; see definition
            in the <mark:trademark> section above.

It should say:

      *  One or more <mark:protection> elements that contain the
         countries and region of the country where the mark is
         protected.  The <mark:protection> element contains the
         following child elements:

         +  A <mark:cc> element that contains the two-character code of
            the country in which the mark is protected.  This is a two-
            character code from [ISO3166-2].

         +  An OPTIONAL <mark:region> element that contains the name of
            a city, state, province, or other geographic region of
            <mark:country> in which the mark is protected.

         +  Zero or more OPTIONAL <mark:ruling> elements that contain
            the code from [ISO3166-2] of the national territory in which
            the statute or treaty is applicable.

      *  Zero or more OPTIONAL <mark:label> elements; see definition
         in the <mark:trademark> section above.

Notes:

ISO 3166-2 subdivisions are not strictly two-character codes, but can be numeric or contain more than two characters, so the description of the <mark:ruling> element needs to be changed.

Additionally, the indentation of the <mark:label> element makes it appear as a child of <mark:protection>, which is in contradiction to the XML schema on pages 17 and 18.

Errata ID: 5062

Status: Reported
Type: Editorial

Reported By: Nicos Gollan
Date Reported: 2017-07-06

Throughout the document, when it says:

All occurrences citing [ISO3166-2]

It should say:

Replace with [ISO3166]

Notes:

The RFC mistakenly references ISO 3166-2 for general country codes which is incorrect. Country codes are defined in ISO 3166-1, the 2-character codes used throughout this document in ISO 3166-1 alpha-2, administrative subdivisions in ISO 3166-2. The actual content of the citation points to the general standards "family" already.

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