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Subject: RE: [xri] <uri>element in <link> of XRD

It is (a) which does not guarantee that the descriptor of the resource identified by the <URI> will have the value of the <URI> as its subject. I know Brian has a similar requirement for his trust proposal.

Since this seems like a trust-related requirement, I will wait until we have a more complete trust solution to comment on that.

We still have an open question if the <ResourceType> element at the <XRD> level should be called ResourceType or Type. At the <Link> level we agreed on ResourceType.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nat Sakimura [mailto:n-sakimura@nri.co.jp]
> Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2009 7:28 PM
> To: XRI TC
> Subject: [xri] <uri>element in <link> of XRD
> Accroding to today's dicussion, it looks like XRD would look something
> like:
> <XRD sig="URI of the signature file"
> sigalg="http://www.w3.org/2000/09/xmldsig#rsa-sha1"; certuri="pem file
> location">
>   <Subject>Unique_identifier</Subject>
>   <SignerID>Unique_identifier</SignerID>
>   <ResourceType>...</ResourceType>
>   <link>
>     <rel>My OpenID Provider</rel>
>     <localid>mylocalid</localid>
> <ResourceType>http://specs.openid.net/auth/2.0/signon</ResourceType>
>     <ResourceType>http://specs.openid.net/cx/1.0</ResourceType>
>     <URI>https://example.com/server</URI>
>   </link>
>   <link>
>     <rel>my age verification service</rel>
>     <localid>...</localid>
>     <ProviderID>https://sts.equifax.com/#20081203000000</ProviderID>
>     <ResourceType>http://schemas.informationcard.net/@ics/age-18-or-
> over/2008-11</ResourceType>
>     <URI>https://sts.equifax.com/</URI>
>   </link>
> </XRD>
> My question is
> (1) Does <URI> points to
>       (a) Service Endpoint
>       (b) XRD address of the Service
>       (c) <Subject> in the XRD of the Service.
> If it is not (c), then it would be really nice to have
> something like <Subject> at the <link> level so that
> we can potentially test that the destination really is the
> intended destination.
> =nat
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