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Subject: Minutes 11 October TC Meeting
Minutes of XACML TC Meeting 11 October 2007 1 Roll Call Attendees Hal Lockhart (Co-chair) Bill Parducci (Co-chair, minutes) Erik Rissanen Anthony Nadalin Ron Williams Rich Levinson Prateek Mishra Anil Saldhana Seth Proctor David Staggs John Moehrke (Observer) Anil Tabbepla (Observer) Morry Katz (Observer) Dee Schur (Oasis) Quorum achieved (100% per Kavi) 2 Administrivia Approval of Minutes Vote on approval of 27 September TC meeting minutes APPROVED: UNANIMOUS CONSENT InterOp - RSA - US Dee discussed the upcoming RSA conference and asked for input on the list of participants who are interested in attending. Timing is quite tight so the TC will need to act fairly quickly to be able to ensure space at the event. Hal has asked that interested parties provide Dee with feedback no later than Monday. Tony and Rich voiced concerns that a subsequent interOP cover an expanded or different scope than the last interOp in order to demonstrate additional capabilities/features. David asked that perhaps demonstrating XACML in the privacy space would desirable. Rich has an action item to capture the "urn:oasis:names:tc:xacml:1.0:resource:xpath" issue as an errata on the Issues list. Erik reviewed the updates recently posted to Oasis. V3 Checkpoint Prateek offered to assist Hal with WS-TRUST Profile that he has been working on. Hal has asked the members to identify the Issues that can be addressed within the next 60 days as a starting point for bounding the scope of v3. 3 Issues New Functions for v3 Daniel Engovatov offered on the list that XPath 2.0 could be used to meet the request for string manipulation functions raised on the list. The general consensus is that where possible externally referencing other specification is desirable. There was also discussion on whether there should be a more generalized mechanism for external reference. Erik offered to explore this. Policy Distribution Hal has added a feature and will fix the date reference to version. He has asked for input on the concept of sending "naked policies" (vs. sending Policies via a SAML wrapper). Effective Date/Time Hal mentioned that what happens to a PDP when a Policy expires, etc. and that this would take further consideration by the TC. Bindings and frameworks for PEP to PDP access Prateek discussed the approach he would like to take as well as a high level view of what is or out of scope of for the TC. Anil described the use case for a generalized API for Policy retrieval. meeting adjourned.