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Subject: Minutes for April 25 Conference Call
Item 1. Roll Call & Agenda Review Have quorum with 22 in attendance (need 16) Steve Anderson Abbie Barbir Bhavna Bhatnagar Sharon Boeyen Brian Campbell Carolina Canales-Valenzuela Guy Denton Heather Hinton Frederick Hirsch Ari Kermiaer Hal Lockhart Paul Madsen Prateek Mishra Jahan Moreh Cameron Morris Anthony Nadalin Ashish Patel Rob Philpott Irving Reid David Staggs Eric Tiffany Greg Whitehead Thomas Wisniewski Emily Xu Other Attendees: Nick Ragouzis Ganesh Ananthakrishnan 2. Approve minutes from 11-Apr con-call Minutes not posted until recently, anyone need more time to review? No. Minutes are approved. Item 3: New errata 26. PE 48 split into 2 items. Scott still has action to propose text on PE 49. 46 & 43 are still open. Item 4: Report on Status of CDs for Public Review Eve has finalized some of the docs. Prateek sent “List of specifications for public review” with status of 5 documents OASIS wants 3 doc formats: PDF, HTML, and ‘writeable’ Prateek? To get the documents to OASIS Item 5: Presentation to be given at OASIS Symposium Paul and Ashish giving presentation. Eric says a few words about liberty conformance of SAML 2.0. Eric hopes to have new testing procedures draft available next week Item 6: Proposal concerning outstanding assertions and NameID changes This is basically just a discussion point currently. Connor not present at meeting so members were urged to review independently. Item 7: Open Action Items 250: Heather and Scott not on call – still open 245: Greg – still open 238: Eve – open (for some time) 248: Tony just published report to list – now closed 240: Abbie has given some status. Hope is that this can close next meeting. 257: Ashish and Paul are working on revising the submission. 256: Still open – working on text and explanation of why the TC choose the suites they did Item 8: other business Nope Next call scheduled on the ninth which is the week of the symposium so attendance may be sparse.