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Re: DID Use Case materials for tomorrow

From: Joe Andrieu <joe@legreq.com>
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2019 15:53:07 -0800
To: Stephen Curran <swcurran@cloudcompass.ca>, Joe Andrieu <joe@joeandrieu.com>
Cc: Credentials Community Group <public-credentials@w3.org>
Message-Id: <20190211235311.891D4E4511@mailuser.nyi.internal>
The link is at the top:https://w3c-ccg.github.io/did-use-cases/ 

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-------- Original message --------From: Stephen Curran <swcurran@cloudcompass.ca> Date: 2/11/19  3:07 PM  (GMT-08:00) To: Joe Andrieu <joe@joeandrieu.com> Cc: Credentials Community Group <public-credentials@w3.org> Subject: Re: DID Use Case materials for tomorrow 
Hi Joe,
Where can the document be seen in a readable form?  It would be great if a link could be added to the Readme.  I'm guessing that the list of 15 key features is in the doc, but if not, it would be good to have a link to that as well.
Stephen CurranPrincipal, Cloud Compass Computing, Inc.P // 250-857-1096W // https://www.cloudcompass.caOn Feb 11 2019, at 2:35 pm, Joe Andrieu <joe@joeandrieu.com> wrote:Howdy folks,
On tomorrow's CCG call, we'll be looking at the latest version of the DID Use Cases, and in particular, the distilled list of features from our recent conversations.
I've updated the github/ReSpec version that Manu and Amy created over the weekend. This is where we'll focus our attention tomorrow.
Four out of five of those use cases are solid. I have a candidate I might add, based on the DID Explainer contribution from Sam, and I'll likely remove one to keep the total number to five.
The immediate task for tomorrow (Tuesday) is feedback on the features list that starts off the use case document. One thing we found in the VC use case work was the importance of communicating which use cases covered which requirements.  To help with the DID Use Cases, I identified 15 key features that have come up in our DID value proposition discussions at the end of the year and the DID Explainer work Dan and I have done, and then I showed, in a grid, which features are explicitly mentioned in each use case.
You can see right away that two of the features are not mentioned in any of the use cases (as of my writing this email).
These 15 features are the first distillation of multiple group discussions over several months, so while there is some consensus around the general idea for most of these, this is the first time these 15 feature have been presented in writing as a set of use case driven requirements. Those are almost certainly not the "perfect" 15 features and they can definitely use improvements in terminology and definition. Feedback desired.
Please take a look and be prepared to improve that list of 15 features tomorrow, Tuesday.
--Joe Andrieu, PMPjoe@joeandrieu.com+1(805)705-8651http://blog.joeandrieu.com
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