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Subject: Re: [cti] OASIS CTI - Need to recruit

Hi Peter,

Do you have a pointer to the RFP/RFCs?

There is a real global need here, and it is
quite immediate without any good existing
alternatives.  Already in some venues like
ITU-T, other some national administrations
are pushing for that body to provide a similar
function.  Registry functions are inherently
in scope for the supporting standards body
secretariat, e.g., IANA for IETF among many


On 2015-06-02 08:49 PM, Peter Allor wrote:

I am not in favor of an ISAO registry as part of this effort and see that as out of scope.  

I say that from an ISAC and SCC perspective as I have watched Administrations change this and look to go around current efforts that they encouraged (PDD-63, HSPD-7, PPD-21).  

Further there is an RFP and an RFC out on these issues and they pint to other processes/efforts.  


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> On Jun 2, 2015, at 14:35, Tony Rutkowski <tony@yaanatech.com> wrote:
> Hi Chet,
> It is fairly common for standards body
> secretariats to be tasked with registry
> functions.  I don't know how many such
> registries the OASIS secretariat has
> established over the years.  Minimally
> there is the persistent XML schema registry.
> There is a rather fundamental need to establish
> in conjunction with the CTI work, a ISOA
> registry as a means for STIX user communities
> to engage in discovery and self-organization.
> The Executive Order certainly encourages if not
> requires such activity.  Given the considerable
> diversity of ISOAs globally, instantiating that
> function in the OASIS secretariat seems like a
> good way forward.  CTI could find other alternatives,
> but the obvious and easiest solution is the one
> closest to home so to speak.
> --tony
>> On 2015-06-02 06:51 PM, Chet Ensign wrote:
>> Tony, that is an interesting observation. I'm not sure that a TC can
>> task OASIS with doing this but the TC itself could certainly become
>> the home for such a registry. I see the value of it...
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