Date: Thursday, 14 April 2011 USA
Time: 1:00PM - 2:30PM Pacific Time (20:00-21:30 UTC)
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THE GOTOMEETING FOR TODAY IS:
THE IDEARPAD LINK FOR TODAY IS:
Please try to preface each of your comments with your name so the
transcription into the minutes is easier.
1) REVISED XDI GRAPH PATTERN DOCUMENT AND CORRESPONDING XDI STATEMENT DOCUMENTS
A new version (2011-04-12) of the XDI Graph Patterns document together with a second document, XDI Statements for XDI Graph Patterns have been uploaded. Unfortunately, it looks like the OASIS Kavi PDF bug is back, so I am again attaching the two files instead of linking them.
The changes in this version were to the Link contract and Messaging patterns to reflect a simpler approach to $do structures -- see topic #3 below.
2) PRIMARY/SECONDARY ADDRESSING PATTERN (SYNONYMS)
Giovanni posted a response about this topic at: http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/xdi/201104/msg00010.html
3) XDI MESSAGING PATTERN
Drummond, Mike, and Yuriy from the OpenXDI Project have spent time on this over the past week. The OpenXDI wiki has a page showing the first examples at: http://openxdi-wiki.gluu.info/doku.php?id=usecases:poken-high4
4) NEXT CALL
Drummond has several upcoming conflicts -- we'll discuss the call schedule for the next few weeks.
ONGOING ISSUES LIST
Each of these is a candidate for the agenda for future calls.
* TRANSACTIONAL INTEGRITY FOR XDI (added 2011-03-24)
versioning, as one example, involves multiple transactions that must be
commited as a group, we will need to address transactional integrity.
Specifically, we need to define how this will be handled at the protocol
level, vs. the implementation level.
* PROPOSED CONSTRUCTS/OPERATORS FOR XDI
Discuss the following wiki page originally posted by Giovanni:
* DICTIONARY STRUCTURE
Mike would like an example of the PDX dictionary as soon as we can do it.
* EQUIVALENCE SEMANTICS
Close on whether we need an additional $ word that is the equivalent
of Higgins Personal Data Model (PDM) semantics of h:correlation,
which is not as strong as $is.
* COOL URIS
Continue previous discussion about the use of standard RDF URIs in XDI: