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Subject: Groups - Draft presentation for October 2008 OASIS Forum (OASIS-FORUM-2008-LONDON-v1-20080908.zip) uploaded

Dear all,

In the link above, I have uploaded the draft presentation for the October
2008 OASIS Forum. I previosly contacted Frederick Hirsch, the chair of the
panels session where ours is placed. It deals with "Practical Digital
Signature Issues", as you may see from the program. Now, Frederick
commented that as there is only one hour for all the panels, a concentrated
presentation of 8 to 10 slides would be the maximum size for each... I have
linked my presentation with Frederick's presentation and the general title
of the whole panel, identifying issues that are relevant for the progress
of digital signature, which allowed me to identify the work of DSS as a
benefical set of protocols for widespread of the signatures, enumerating
the different new profiles that satisfy business requirements; and after
this also mentioning two issues: the interoperability tests as a mechanism
for paving the way and also the fact that there are now new trusted
services supporting e-business that are being defined. I mention the
registered email as this is an ETSI TS where reference to the DSS standards
is done.... I think that I cover then three aspects inter-related which
provide a coherent view.... 

Could you please take a look and provide feedback?


 -- Juan Cruellas

The document named Draft presentation for October 2008 OASIS Forum  
(OASIS-FORUM-2008-LONDON-v1-20080908.zip) has been submitted by Juan
Cruellas to the OASIS Digital Signature Services eXtended (DSS-X) TC
document repository.

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