[ogsa-wg] RE: Update on OGSA Basic Profile Security work
hiro.kishimoto at jp.fujitsu.com
Sun Mar 27 18:33:15 CST 2005
Takuya's email bounced.
Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2005 11:58:39 -0600 (CST)
To: security-area at ggf.org
Cc: ogsa-wg at gridforum.org
Subject: Re: [ogsa-wg] RE: Update on OGSA Basic Profile Security work
From: Takuya Mori <mori at mcs.anl.gov>
There is an update on the telecon schedule.
I applogize my duplicate, if you guys have already been noticed it.
It is proposed to have the Basic Profile sessions 1-3pm ET on
Wednesdays. The security related issues is also scheduled in
the same time slot on Mar 30th now.
If it does not work for you, please let me know it.
From: "Hiro Kishimoto" <hiro.kishimoto at jp.fujitsu.com>
Subject: [ogsa-wg] RE: Update on OGSA Basic Profile Security work
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2005 17:05:37 +0900
> Thanks Dane for your obliging email,
> Certainly OGSA-WG welcomes and requires security experts. Proposed
> telecon date is March 30th. If it does not work for you, April 6th is
> another option. Please let me know your preference.
> You can sub-scribe our mailing list;
> Our Wednesday call is 5-7pm CST. The dial in number is 1-888-452-0308
> or 1-484-644-0505 and the pass code is 71815.
> You can download the latest basic profile draft from;
> Now we have four open security related issues on this profile;
> #1320: Transport and/or Message Level security
> MUST or SHOULD??
> #1321: Discovery of key-info for encryption in message level security
> Service Group Profile/ EPR embedding
> #1322: Use of Proxy Certificates
> Standard but not widely adopted outside of grid communit
> Time boxed certificates (short lived certs)
> #1323: Communication of assertions
> Profiles for common assertions in headers or Proxy
> #1324: Separate Security Basic Profile
> Should we have a separate profile document for security
> Basic profile tracker is at;
> Hiro Kishimoto
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Dane Skow [mailto:dane at fnal.gov]
> > Sent: Thursday, March 17, 2005 6:03 PM
> > To: security-area at ggf.org
> > Cc: Ian Foster; Hiro Kishimoto
> > Subject: Update on OGSA Basic Profile Security work
> > As Frank mentioned in the Security Area Meeting, the OGSA Basic
> > Profile is now being worked intensely toward conclusion. The Working
> > Group has set a goal of
> > mid April for resolving all the open issues with the current draft. The
> > majority of
> > the new issues opened this meeting have to do with security. Takuya has
> > asked for
> > a week to allow the interested parties in the Security Area to read the
> > current draft
> > and comment on the current open issues (or raise others). This means
> > that interested
> > parties will need to engage within the next few days to have maximal
> > effectiveness.
> > I encourage those interested in OGSA to engage on the Basic Profile now.
> > The response to the question about which use cases from the OGSA
> > use case document must be supported by the Basic Profile was "all of
> > them". However, since
> > we will not have a normative spec for WS-Delegation by June, nor do I
> > know
> > any other credential delegation standard, I suspect there
> > was likely a misunderstanding. Takuya will follow up on that question.
> > I believe Hiro and Ian (chairs of OGSA-WG)
> > will second me in saying that input on this document from security
> > experts is welcomed and requested. The most effective form would be
> > for people to join the mailing list and attend the relevant
> > phonecons. The next most
> > effective is to download and read the current drafts and provide
> > comments to the list.
> > Frank and Takuya have volunteered to try to alert the area about
> > relevant phonecons and open issues. However, they will not be able
> > to relay comments/discussion with this
> > short timeline. Interested parties will have to join them directly to
> > keep up with the discussion.
> > Cheers,
> > Dane
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