I assume these comments were about the old voice. Unfortunately the new voice incorrectly puts the emphasis on skriver.
I'd thought that didn't sound right, and checked the comments to find out. Thanks friswing for the confirmation.
Incidentally, in formal English documents you sometimes encounter the phrase "We, the undersigned, ..." to refer to the people who've signed it. (And the emphasis in that English word is on under.)
If you look at it literally, it becomes reasonably evident that that's how this phrasing originated (same for the German unterschreiben). When you sign something, your signature goes at the end of whatever you're attaching it to, and is thus under the rest of the document.