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Subject: Motion to move CSD02 to CS


On the TC call today we discussedÂmoving forward with CS01. Vasileios made a motion to move CSD02 forward to a CS. Andrew StromsÂmade a second for that motion.Â

Based on that motion we will get a special majority ballot opened today. We will also schedule another TC call for next Tuesday, after which we will get back to our regular every other week cadence.Â

We also discussed what we should do post CS01. The idea is we would do a few minor additions and then release a CS02 hopefully in the March time frame and then push that version to a full OASIS Standard. The reasonÂfor moving forward with a CS now is so that people can start writing code and start their implementations.Â

The three things we talked about adding or addressing post CS01 are:
1) Notification playbooks
2) Digital signingÂ
3) Making sure all of the example are correct

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