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Subject: Re: [regrep] ebXML Registry Conformance Specification

> Najmi: As I our specs reach maturity in version 3 we need to produce a 
> new specification called "ebXML Registry Conformance Specification 3.0".
> Learning from [SAMLConform] I propose that the proposed specification 
> define 2 Conformance levels each for:
> a) A Registry Service Provider, and
> b) A Registry Client
> The conformance levels are:
> 1. Registry and Registry Lite
> 2. Registry Client and Registry Client Lite
> The specification then defines a Feature Matrix that has a row for 
> each normative feature in our specs and 4 columns (Registry, Registry 
> Lite, Registry Client and Registry Client Lite).
> The cells in the matrix should have MUST, MUST NOT and MAY as values 
> for how the feature should be implemented (or not) in each column.
> If we agree on the proposal then we need someone to be the editor for 
> the new specification.  In order to scale better, it is highly 
> desirable that this be done by someone who is not an editor for RIM or 
> RS.
> What do folks think? Please share thoughts and also indicate if you 
> would be willing to commit to playing the editor role for version 3. 
> Ideally we need the first draft during December time frame and my 
> guess on expected effort for first draft is about 1 week. Subsequent 
> drafts should be relatively low impact as they will require updating 
> the feature matrix based on review and feedback.
> *[SAMLConform]* P. Mishra et al. /Conformance Requirements for the 
> OASIS Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) V2.0. /OASIS SSTC, 
> September 2004. Document ID sstc-saml-conformance-2.0-cd-02. 
> http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/download.php/9452/sstc-saml-conformance-2.0-cd-02.pdf 
> <http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/security/>. 

mm1: You can also look at guidance on conformance levels from OASIS 
Conformance TC that produced a committee draft (with NIST leading).  
See: http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/tc_home.php?wg_abbrev=ioc

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