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Subject: Re: [dss-dev] question about DSS
nice to see that you're interested in the DSS standard !
firstname.lastname@example.org" type="cite">Two remarks :
- Germany is part of europe ;-)
The german regulations are a way to be compliant with the EU directive. So it's not a bad startinmg point.
- DSS defines an interface !
The regulations ( EU or country level ) don't care about the interface, but implementation of processes, security and legal aspects. So don't expect too much from the DSS standard regarding a concrete solution. I was the editor of the 'German Sig law' profiles. If you take a look at it, you see that it's a very sparse document. The intention of a profile of an interface cannot be to describe an implementation but to decribe the contarct of service provider and service user. In this case the client uses the profile to request a sig law compliant signature and the server accepts the request if it is build in a way to create such signatures. Not more ...
email@example.com" type="cite">The spec is free to use !
By the way, I'm not completly sure about the standard docs ...
@Stefan : Do you know what was the outcome of the IPR process ? We didn't adrred on an IPR policy in DSS, so which policy did apply to them ?
By chance my company is building an open source implementation of DSS. Maybe this can be intersting for you to use ...
firstname.lastname@example.org" type="cite">Hmm, can you point out what you mean ? The topic doesn't give me an idea ...