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Re: Verifiable Claims Telecon Minutes for 2016-06-07

From: Steven Rowat <steven_rowat@sunshine.net>
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2016 13:02:56 -0700
To: public-credentials@w3.org
Message-ID: <64b46775-e20d-1fc2-8654-d8a7fcba2937@sunshine.net>
On 6/7/16 10:45 AM, msporny@digitalbazaar.com wrote:

> Manu Sporny:   5 For consumer, 8 for inspector, 5 abstentions -
>   we do not have consensus
>   [snip] We may
>   have to revisit this.

What about a credential 'Reader'?

The activity of what we've called 'inspector' or 'consumer' is, 
perhaps most fundamentally, to read the credential. They do not change 
it in any way.

It's like a book in that sense.

You have people who publish the book, who hold the book in libraries, 
who own the book. You have people that the book is about -- if it's a 
biography (the 'subject').

Then an activity occurs that is someone reading the book. Many 
different people can be Readers.  ?

Steven

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> Topic: Other items
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> Manu Sporny:  Adam is working on primer.
>   ... survey results are still changing.  total of 55 orgs.
> Carla Casilli: Want to share the definitions of terms that the
>   Connecting Credentials folks have been working on and how this
>   works with the Credentials Transparency Initiative as we move
>   toward defining TBD credential. It's focused on an edu
>   credentials. but might be worthwhile fodder.
>   https://docs.google.com/document/d/1w5oOsGtrYDLq_b4WsAkRCO-XFdH2fsIZmbuUxUY2VVE/edit
> Dave Longley: +1 To that note
> Joe Andrieu: To answer a couple questions about "subject"... the
>   in some use cases the subject is not the holder, e.g., in cases
>   of birth/death
> Matt Stone: Thanks all!
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