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[Minutes] of the 30 April 2003 WG Call

From: Eric Brunner-Williams in Portland Maine <brunner@nic-naa.net>
Date: Thu, 01 May 2003 11:34:59 -0400
Message-Id: <200305011534.h41FYxZj028088@nic-naa.net>
To: public-p3p-spec@w3.org
cc: brunner@nic-naa.net


1. Update on P3P 1.1 chartering - Rigo 
   Rigo reported: The 1.1 charter is uncontroversial (surprise) and is now
   in wait-state on W3CM (management), with no conditions (yet).
   URL: http://www.w3.org/P3P/Group/Specification/1.1/01-spec-charter.html

2. Task force reports -- chairs please comment or ammend as needed
   - P3P beyond HTTP - Joseph
	   Joseph reported:  Chunks posted and may schedule teleconference,
		will list five pending if prompted. Rigo intends to comment
		that the Joseph/Patrick exchanges are too focused on web
		services. Joseph discussed forms and other applications, e.g.,
		PROVREG (IETF). Eric commented on the distinction between
		onward-transport (EPP) and initial data collection (P3P).
		Rigo responded to question on "personal" vs "not" signaling
		(IETF/EPP/WHOIS, aka "recipient-only" context), mentioning
		Italy and Greece where corporate and personal may be same.

   - User agent behavior - Lorrie
	   Lorrie reported:  Disapointing teleconference, will schedule again
		this week. Comments on the translation document are sought.
		Usability testing at AT&T, Lorrie reports that some data from
		a study using both PB and IE is forthcoming, and called for
		any additional study data.

   - Compact policies - Lorrie (Brian Zwit unavailable)
	   Lorrie reported:  Work will start real soon now.

   - Article 10 vocabulary issues - Giles Hogben
	   Giles reported:  Meeting scheduled for the 22nd or 23rd, with a
		teleconference scheduled first, followed by a face-to-face,
		in Italy.

   - Agent and domain relaitonships - Jack Humphrey
	   Jack reported:  Teleconference last week with good participation
		(list of participants omitted). Minutes pending.
		Action item to enhance entity declarations to disclose "same
		or agents".  Compact policy interaction noted. Jurisdictional
		link to vocabulary noted. Eric commented on j19n in CPEX, with
		note to list to follow.

   - Consent choices - Matthias Schunter
	   Matthias absent.

   - Converting P3P data schema to XML schema - Giles Hogben
	   Giles reported:  Some comments received from Joseph, fundamental
		ones from Massimo, compatibility a concern.
		Lively discussion of format(s), constituencies for format(s),
		locus of transformation(s), backwards compatibility (can a
		P3Pv1.0 UA read and process w/o error a P3Pv1.1 policy?)
		Action item to Lorrie to write a statement of principles and
		limits for P3Pv1.1.

   - Signed P3P policies  - Giles Hogbe
	   Giles reported:  ? (I had to take a business call that lasted a
		whole minute, and by the time I got back, we were on to next
		item. Eric)

4. Set date of next conference call (May 7 or 21)
    Next calls will be 07 and 28 May 2003, more information on the meetings

3. Review current bugzilla list - Lorrie
           Lorrie reported:
           141 and 144 are typos (Massimo)
           167 explaination of identified, identifiable, and linked (Ari)
           168 human-readable explanation
	   169 statement grouping mechanism
	   170 Expand CONSEQUENCE
	   171 standardize STATEMENT name attribute based on IBM extension
	   172 clarify what we mean by data linked to a cookie
	   173 guidelines for verifying sites with CPs are properly P3P
	   174 strengthen user agent requirements
	   178 add mention of zip code, state, or region to demographic

    - Please register for bugzilla -- You can use the interface at
    http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/query.cgi to get a list of all P3P
    open issues

    N.B. I registered for bugzilla during the call, simultanious with this
    item, without problem. Don't forget to select "p3p" as the value in the
    "Product" portion of the query interface.

End of minutes.

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