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Subject: Re: [pki-tc] PKI/e-business IETF draft co-editor

A short note:

It sounds like you are seeking standards on the process of web-access
an dauthentication.  Can you please define "e-Business" systems in a more
clear manner ?

David Sweigert, CISSP

----- Original Message -----
From: "Anders Rundgren" <anders.rundgren@telia.com>
To: <pki-tc@lists.oasis-open.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 10:25 AM
Subject: [pki-tc] PKI/e-business IETF draft co-editor

> Dear List members,
> PKI/e-business IETF draft co-editor
> -----------------------------------------
> I am trying to find somebody else who have also worked with combining
> e-business systems with PKI.  This is currently an unusual combination in
> spite of all that we have heard about the value of digital signatures.
Due to
> this fact, there is an immanent need for addressing this, and in my
opinion also
> a need to create one or more Internet Drafts.   However, in applicable
> groups like IETF's PKI Working Group, PKIX, there is to my knowledge
> any persons with suitable backgrounds for such a task.   Therefore I am
> in other places for a co-editor, or at least somebody to try new ideas on
> ===========================================================
> In case you or somebody you know of, could be suitable, please contact me
> ===========================================================
> These are the approximative "requirements":
> - Knowledge of business systems architectures and technologies
>   like Web, SQL and XML
> - Basic knowledge of PKI
> - An genuine interest in user- and deployment-related questions
> - Basic capability of reading technical standards documents
> Note: This effort is mostly technical but if there is somebody out
> there with an interest in CA business models and liability, this
> is also of interest!
> This is an initial effort to study:
> http://www.x-obi.com/OBI400/draft-rundgren-pkix-pnppki4ws-00.pdf
> Unfortunately you don't get paid by IETF, the best you can hope for
> is that a draft is approved...
> In case the OASIS PKI-TC is interested, this could be turned into
> an OASIS effort.
> Best Regards
> Anders Rundgren
> Senior Internet e-Commerce Architect
> +46 70 - 627 74 37

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