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Subject: RE: KMIP to P1619.3 Mapping
As far as the proposal for P1619.3 to conform to KMIP, I have also seen statements for P1619.3 to adopt "part of " KMIP for the binary. I don't yet understand what "part of" would mean to the P1619.3 group. Seems like it should adopt/support "all of" KMIP that is relevant.
I would not like to see P1619.3 move ahead of KMIP in functionality to avoid possible complications in adopting it in a future KMIP version. I have heard that IEEE copyrights might become an issue later if IEEE specified functionality were to be added to a future KMIP version. Maybe someone can research copyright complications as far possible difficulties in sharing between the two groups. Maybe the group liasions could figure that out.
From: Robert Lockhart [mailto:Robert.Lockhart@thalesesec.com]
Sent: Saturday, May 16, 2009 11:17 AM
Subject: [kmip] KMIP to P1619.3 Mapping
Since we have not had time during the weekly phone calls I would like to mention several things about the mapping process.
I would like to open it up to P1619.3 to get their feedback. The document is public and can be accessed by them currently and it was brought up in the most recent meeting.
Within P1619.3 there has been a proposal although deferred to move P1619.3 to conform (there is that word again) with KMIP and use it as the binary messaging format. Once we have a formal liaison in place (status?) can we discuss this?
I would like to get this and the conformance discussion on the agenda for this next weeks meeting and would like to plan for 15 minutes for each topic with any additional conversation occuring via email reflector due to time constraints we currently have in the meeting.
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