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Subject: RE: [security-services] Call for work item owners


	Couple of points:

	a)	The Grid has a few requirements - including session support,
couple more elements et al. Could be a good idea to collect all Grid
requirements under a "W-29 Support Grid security requirements" item. I am
sure more requirements would come from the world of Grid.

	b)	I had also suggested combining W-22 with W-13,W-14.W-15.
Basically, a caching intermediary with appropriate trust.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eve L. Maler [mailto:eve.maler@sun.com] 
> Sent: Monday, August 11, 2003 10:50 AM
> To: 'security-services@lists.oasis-open.org'
> I have attached the next draft of the scope/work items 
> document (because 
> I can't get to the members-only SAML home page to upload it) 
> -- thanks 
> to Scott for reorienting it and fleshing it out some more.  I've 
> numbered all the candidate work items, even though the order and 
> grouping may not be perfect.  Please take a look and sign 
> yourself up as 
> an "owner" of unassigned items that interest you; a few 
> already have owners:
> W-1  Session Support
> W-2  Identity Federation
> W-3  Metadata and Exchange Protocol (Jahan?)
> W-4  Protocol Enhancements
> W-5  SSO Profile Enhancements
> W-6  Proxied SSO
> W-7  Introduction Protocol
> W-8  Authentication Context
> W-9  XML Encryption
> W-10 Back Office Profiles
> W-11 Mid-Tier Usage
> W-12 Attribute Retrieval Enhancement
> W-13 Hierarchical Privilege Delegation ](Krishna has suggested
> W-14 SAML Server Trust                 ] combining these --
> W-15 Delegation and Intermediaries     ] sign up for them together?)
> W-16 Multi-Participant Transactional Workflows (Scott, RLBob, Jeff)
> W-17 Credentials Collector and Assertions (Tim, Jeff)
> W-18 SASL Support
> W-19 HTTP Binding (Scott)
> W-20 ebMS Binding
> W-21 Baseline Attribute Namespace (Scott, RLBob)
> W-22 Assertion Caching
> W-23 Security Workflow
> W-24 Privacy and Anonymity
> W-25 Kerberos Support (John Hughes)
> W-26 Dependency Audit (Prateek)
> W-27 Security Analysis Enhancements
> W-28 XACML-Proposed Changes
> Here's what is expected of work item owners:
> ========
> We intend to take a use-case-based approach for each new area of 
> functionality. The owner(s) for each candidate work item will be 
> expected to make a proposal containing at least one use case and 
> definitions of any new terms.  On acceptance of a use case, 
> the owner(s) 
> will be expected to make a proposal for SAML technology that 
> solves the 
> use case.  In the work item table below, the following status 
> values are 
> applied:
> O Candidate work item
> 	o	Unassigned
> 	o	Waiting for use case proposal
> 	o	Considering use case proposal
> 	o	Rejected
> O Active work item (if a candidate work item was accepted)
> 	o	Waiting for solution proposal
> 	o	Considering solution proposal
> 	o	Solution incorporated
> O Request for enhancement (presumes that the request came as 
> the result 
> of a real use case)
> 	o	Waiting for proposal
> 	o	Considering proposal
> 	o	Disposition made (can be accepted, accepted 
> with modifications, or 
> rejected; we also need to communicate the disposition back to 
> the requester)
> ========
> Okay folks, go for it!  We don't have to assign owners to everything; 
> whatever doesn't attract an owner probably isn't worth 
> working on.  But 
> if we get owners assigned to the interesting stuff by the 
> next telecon, 
> we'll be making good progress.
> Oh, and yell if we've missed any obvious work items.
> 	Eve
> -- 
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