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On 03/02/2012 03:59 PM, Thomas Roessler wrote:
> Thanks, Stefan, for the heads-up; I hope that Harry Halpin and Wendy
> Seltzer, who are working on crypto APIs and identity related topics
> for us, will be able to attend that session
> To add some context, the proposal currently under review is
> specifically for crypto APIs. That seemed a well-enough defined
> piece of work to just move ahead with it. We're still looking into
> what exact piece of "identity" related work would be useful for us to
> take up. Hence the side session in Paris.
I would be interested in listening in, if possible.
My personal view is that it would be good if rtcweb/webrtc would not end
up in a one-off solution; if there will be a broader Identity effort in
W3C it would be good if rtcweb/webrtc can use it.
> -- Thomas Roessler, W3C<tlr@...> (@roessler)
> On 2012-03-02, at 14:55 +0100, Stefan Hakansson LK wrote:
>> On 03/02/2012 05:06 AM, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
>>> Minutes of the W3C/IETF Coordination Call
>>> 8. W3C Crypto API
>> In the agenda there was also a part on "Identity meetings in
>>> TLR: WG is under review by Advisory Community, still working to
>>> find an additional co-chair. Expect approved charter in
>>> relatively near future. Other issue is relationship to OAuth,
>>> OpenID Connect, possibility for additional and broader work. Side
>>> meeting at IETF 83 in Paris.
>>> SF: Scheduled on the Thursday lunch break (1130-1300) in room
>>> 252A, just before the OAuth WG session.
>>> PSA: Stephen, do you see any coordination issues from the IETF
>>> SF: Definitely interest in seeing crypto in the browsers.
>>> Existence of such an API could have an impact in the future on
>>> OAuth design etc.
>>> TLR: Also note OpenID connect meeting Sunday, overlapping with
>>> training sessions
>> I would like to bring to the attention that the IETF rtcweb WG has
>> developed a proposal for enabling tying an Identity Provider into a
>> RTC session. Look at
>> In the current agenda proposal this is to be discussed at the Wed
>> rtcweb session in Paris.
>> IMO it would be good to have feedback on this from the W3C Web
>> Security activity (even though Identity now seems to have more or
>> less vanished from the activity proposal).
>> Stefan Håkansson, webrtc WG co-chair (webrtc is the W3C counterpart
>> of the IETF rtcweb WG).