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Subject: RE: [security-services] Status of drafts seeking CD or other "official" status

I would expect the decision of which documents should be brought forward is the decision of the TC.

regards, Frederick

Frederick Hirsch


From: ext Anthony Nadalin [mailto:drsecure@us.ibm.com]
Sent: Monday, March 28, 2005 8:11 PM
To: prateek mishra
Cc: security-services@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: Re: [security-services] Status of drafts seeking CD or other "official" status

Would be nice to have some guidelines and criteria around when a document needs to be taken forward to CD status for classification as an "Official TC Document",

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[security-services] Status of drafts seeking CD or other "official" status


With the completion of SAML 2.0, there are a number of standalone drafts that various subgroups are taking forward within the TC. Our general policy has been to take these drafts forward to CD status. For example, as part of the SAML 1.1 effort, a technical overview document was created and ultimately voted on by the SSTC to be a CD.

Based on the discussion during the last full call:


there appears to be some confusion about this policy. I think it would be helpful for the TC to discuss this issue and come to some consensus.

Should we create a separate track for documents that are immutable "official TC documents" and can therefore be cited as SSTC documents by others? Or is the current approach adequate and appropriate?

- prateek

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