Debriefing teleconf for tuesday 5 June?
stephen.farrell at cs.tcd.ie
Fri Jul 1 08:09:27 CDT 2005
Here's one that I've been thinking about for a long
while, but which has never gotten sufficient interest
from anyone to warrant doing work:
How about XKMS as a way to allow XML applications to
more easily integrate with Kerberos?
I imagine there won't be enough interest to do this,
but do let me know if I'm wrong.
Jose Kahan wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Would you be available for a teleconference next Tuesday at
> the usual time ( Time: 8:30am-9:30am PST/ 11:30am-12:30pm
> EST/16:30-17:30 UTC ) to talk
> abut the publication of the Recommendation and next steps?
> As I said in a previous message, our charter is extended until
> end of September 2005 so that we can do the after-publication
> maintenance (erratas and so on). At that time, if the WG wants to
> do further work in something else, it must be rechartered and
> the WG need to be reformed. Of course, if this is the goal, we shouldn't
> wait until end of September to start that. Last time we talked about
> this, there didn't seem to be any further need for rechartering.
> During this period, I think that it would be interesting to try
> to focus on three tasks (just a proposal) that be a product
> of the WG:
> - errata
> - W3C Note: WSDL description for XKMS
> We already have one proposal. I noticed there was another
> one in the original XKMS 1.o submission.
> - documenting actual deployment, real use cases, tutorials...
> anything that can incite people to adopt this technology faster
> Do you have other topics you would like to discuss? How about the ideas
> that were around for completing the PGP support in xml:dsig? We could
> document them and do some kind of early implementation to make this
> progress quickly and publis it as a note too.
> If people are not available for meeting next week, could I know who
> is interested in participating in the WSDL XKMS Note so that
> we can examine our resources and evaluate if we can get it ready
> by end of September?
> Does this make sense? It's ok with me if you want to handle it through
> email rather than thru a teleconf.
>  http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-xkms/2005Mar/0027
>  http://www.w3.org/TR/xkms/#_Toc505753190
>  http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/
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