Subject: Proposed Minutes for SSTC Call (23 August 2011)
Quorum was achieved.
Nate was volunteered to take the minutes.
Hal moved to approve the minutes and Chad seconded. There were no objections and the minutes were approved.
There actually are three current ballots open for the approval of the Kerberos-related specifications linked below.
Votes would be appreciated.
The summary in the agenda is correct and this is pending in the TC-Admin queue.
Gregory and Franz-Stefan were not completely aware that the request needed to be submitted to TC-Admin. The request has now been submitted after they returned from holiday and is now also pending.
These are the ballots previously noted as being open.
Change Notify is in public review for a handful of additional days. Thinh is unaware of any comments that have been received to this date.
Hal reminded Thinh that, if no comments are received during the public review period and the period closes, that needs to be explicitly noted in an email and sent to the SSTC list. This assists in record-keeping.
There's a new version of the channel binding profile, and Scott anticipates putting out more working drafts as other changes come forward. There is a need to submit another internet-draft for the corresponding GSS mechanism.
The ECP draft has fairly completed text for both channel binding support and holder of key support, and he's added some flexibility to the holder of key work to ensure it's not limited to client TLS or X.509 certificates, with accompanying changes to compliance. Some of the interoperability issues can get complicated as a result, so review will be important, but most of the technical changes have been made at this point.
These documents all have dependencies on each other, and the work is fairly novel, so Scott is not eager to move any of these documents to CSD until all of them are exceedingly stable and there is some implementation work done. The IETF RFC process is also contingent on the documents in the SSTC being approved and published. This will limit the amount of time allocated to purely procedural work in standards organizations.
No updates. Everything has been submitted, and this is sitting in TC-Admin's queue as well.
These were approved last call. Please see the prior call's minutes. Scott will update the resolution of the issues in the issue tracker.
This is somewhere in the TC-Admin queue too.
This is an OASIS conference in London that all TC members are invited to attend.
This call is the day after the U.S. Labor Day holiday. We look forward to speaking with you then.