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Subject: Re: [security-services] SAML references
Okay, I've moved it up my stack. I'll try to push it forward during the next two weeks. Eve Colin.Wallis@ssc.govt.nz wrote: > I second that Scott (though I'm not a voting member:-). > > The folks who are reading the Tech Overview are typically new to SAML v2.0 > and some of the errors may be lost on them in any event. > > But as we edge closer to implementation, the importance of the errata doc is > getting higher. > > Cheers > Colin > > -----Original Message----- > From: Scott Cantor [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] > Sent: Thursday, 13 July 2006 6:55 a.m. > To: Eve.Maler@Sun.COM; 'OASIS SSTC' > Subject: RE: [security-services] SAML references > >> That's not true anymore -- all the SAML V2.0 docs, including the >> individual schema files, are in docs.oasis-open.org and are intended >> to be totally persistent. But we only get those URLs once the files >> are OASIS Standard level, I think, so it's after the fact somewhat. > > Right, I was referring mainly to the Kavi links. > >> In all seriousness, actually, I would rank them this way; let me know >> if anyone disagrees: >> >> Help get Tech Overview revision published Revise SSTC site Create (and >> maintain) spec template Redline errata draft > > I can only speak for myself, I think the redline is vastly more important > than the rest. I am fully willing to help, and I'll particularly volunteer > to help maintain it going forward, I just don't have the cycles to take it > all on from scratch. > > -- Scott -- Eve Maler +1 425 947 4522 Technology Director eve.maler @ sun.com CTO Business Alliances group Sun Microsystems, Inc.