|Will do, but not today. Looking at the end of next week for a proposal.|
This is something that we will need to add to TAXII 2.0... Eric / Jason, please give a detailed dump of what this should look and feel like on the CTI TAXII list so we can get working on this for TAXII 2.0
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I presume what Eric means is, while we have support for profiles in STIX, (http://stixproject.github.io/documentation/profiles/), because they are not part of TAXII, they are not actually negotiated at all.
I can not write a client that talks to a generic TAXII server and say "my client supports this profile" and have the server say "OK that is supported by me, we will proceed" and the client then start sending / receiving data.
If there is some way to do this, that people are leveraging, whereby the profile spreadsheet files can be negotiated using TAXII.. it is unclear to me (and it would be great to be shared...!)
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<email@example.com> wrote on 2015/07/14 11:24:37 AM:
> From: "Barnum, Sean D." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: Eric Burger <Eric.Burger@georgetown.edu>, "email@example.com-
> open.org" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: 2015/07/14 11:24 AM
> Subject: Re: [cti] CTI TC Adoption and Interoperability SCs
> Sent by: <email@example.com>
> Hi Eric,
> Just to clarify something mentioned below. "Since we do not have
> profiles (yet), one would be hard pressed to say one does “profile
> We do currently have profiles and we do currently have “profile
> processing”. Many community members (including sharing communities
> that are CTI community members) are currently leveraging profiles.
> They specify them, share them and design their processes around them.