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Subject: WS-SX TC Minutes, April 4, 2007

WS-SX TC Minutes, April 4, 2007

New actions:

Chairs to send email soliciting Security Policy Testimonials from TC members.

1. Call to order/roll call

Status change

Gained Voting Status
- Henry (Hyenvui) Chung
- Dr. Norman Brickman

Symon Chang, BEA Systems, Inc.
Ryan Eberhard, BEA Systems, Inc.
Will Hopkins, BEA Systems, Inc.
Hal Lockhart, BEA Systems, Inc.
Denis Pilipchuk, BEA Systems, Inc.
Corinna Witt, BEA Systems, Inc.
Toshihiro Nishimura, Fujitsu Limited*
Ching-Yun (C.Y.) Chao, IBM
Henry (Hyenvui) Chung, IBM
Heather Hinton, IBM
Kelvin Lawrence, IBM
Michael McIntosh, IBM
Anthony Nadalin, IBM
Bruce Rich, IBM
Mike Lyons, Layer 7 Technologies Inc.*
Jan Alexander, Microsoft Corporation*
Greg Carpenter, Microsoft Corporation*
Paul Cotton, Microsoft Corporation*
Colleen Evans, Microsoft Corporation*
Vijay Gajjala, Microsoft Corporation*
Marc Goodner, Microsoft Corporation*
Chris Kaler, Microsoft Corporation*
Norman Brickman, Mitre Corporation*
Frederick Hirsch, Nokia Corporation*
Abbie Barbir, Nortel Networks Limited
Lloyd Burch, Novell*
Steve Carter, Novell*
Rich Levinson, Oracle Corporation
Ashok Malhotra, Oracle Corporation
Prateek Mishra, Oracle Corporation
Martin Raepple, SAP AG*
Tony Gullotta, SOA Software Inc.
Jiandong Guo, Sun Microsystems
Don Adams, TIBCO Software Inc.

2. Reading/Approving minutes from March 21st [1]
Adopted unanimously.

3. TC Logistics (10 minutes or less)

Next meeting is in two weeks (April 18)

Hal Lockhart offered to represent the TC at the upcoming OASIS Symposium.  His offer was accepted unanimously.

4. Security Policy PR status and next steps

SP PR was delayed due to miscommunication with OASIS staff.  Chairs are investigating the possibility of running the necessary votes to advance SP in parallel with PR.

Discussion of option. Consensus that the TC would like to hold an electronic ballot in parallel with the current PR on the assumption that there will be no comments. Understood that ballot would fail if there are comments.

Moved and seconded:
Start an electronic ballot to approve WS-SecurityPolicy as a Committee Specification in parallel with the current public review period under the assumption that there will be no public review comments.  If this ballot passes and there are indeed no public review comments then WS-SecurityPolicy should be submitted to the TC Administration for OASIS Standard Vote at the earliest possible date.

Motion approved unanimously.

Text for ballot:
Shall the current WS-SecurityPolicy CD (http://docs.oasis-open.org/ws-sx/ws-securitypolicy/200702)  be approved as a Committee Specification by the OASIS Web Services Secure Exchange (WS-SX) TC and submitted to TC Administration for OASIS Standard Vote provided there are no comments during the Public Review period?

5. Issues list [2]
- Actions

- Issues

6. Other business

a. Examples Document:

2.4.1 Kerberos example. Currently has no message example. No volunteers have stepped forward to provide this and the suggestion of the editor is to publish with section 2.4.1 as is.

Rich Levinson requested that the chairs put a discussion and possible CD vote on the agenda for 5the next meeting.

Tony Nadalin noted that IBM had attempted to implement the document and the first nine examples fail. IBM will continue to test the updated version and file issues against examples that fail in the latest version.

b. Proposal to synchronize references (http://www.oasis-open.org/archives/ws-sx/200704/msg00000.html)

The following proposed charter clarification was  posted to the meeting chat by Marc Goodner.

"Update the TC charter to change the last sentence under the section d. Deliverable from:

Ratification of the above specifications as OASIS standards,
including a brief period to address any errata will mark the end of
the TC's lifecycle.


Ratification of the above specifications as OASIS standards.
Following this, ratification of updated specifications as revised
OASIS standards to address any errata to fix errors and to replace
policy references to the WS-Policy W3C Recommendation as soon as that
Recommendation is available will mark the end of the TCs lifecycle.


Chairs will put an item  on the next meeting agenda to discuss and vote on the proposed charter change.

7. Adjournment

[1] http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/ws-sx/200703/msg00067.html
[2] http://docs.oasis-open.org/ws-sx/issues/Issues.xml

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