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Minutes of 15 Oct Call

From: Rigo Wenning <rigo@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2003 19:18:33 +0200
To: public-p3p-spec <public-p3p-spec@w3.org>
Message-ID: <20031015171833.GD2604@rigo.w3.org>


Present: 
Jack Humphrey
Rigo Wenning
Patrick Hung
Giles Hogben
David Stampley
Brooks Dobbs

P3P beyond HTTP:
Patrick reported from the new dynamics developing around the cooperation
with WSDL and SOAP-Groups.  Much feedback from WSDL Group. Hope to
attract more people from the Soap group. Hope to have the new version
out soon. Should it bit a stand-alone document?

Action Rigo: Provide feedback on the Draft request for comment to
WSDL and SOAP

2/ Compact policies
Much of the stuff dependend on Jeremy Epling and Brian Zwit.
There was not much correspondence so the TF is stalled. We discussed
further steps and the actual roadblocks. The performance testing is
still outstanding. With policy prefetched and acceptable performance, we
might get rid of the compact format and the question about accuracy of
the compact format would disappear. But if performance reports are bad,
we have to think about the grouping mechanism and the resulting
semantics. Brooks and Giles added, that even a grouping mechanism can
have some performance impact and that this should be also measured
against the full policy approach.

We agreed to defer the decision whether we go on with grouping
without waiting for performance report by 3-4 weeks

Action: Rigo: Try to contact Jeremy

XML Data-Schema:

Giles presented the Schema and explained. 
Issues: Do we do DTD?
Duplicates in name and business
How can we make it compatible to avoid breaking
GH: New Schema will have to use new mechansims. 
    Write policies in new format, publish old format
		Use extension - mechanism

Action: Rigo and Giles: numbering and example
        Arrange meeting with both and Massimo in european time
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Discussion of the court element

Agreement on the proposed language of the court element:
http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-p3p-spec/2003Oct/0021.html

Still discussion on law:
BD: want to have time to talk back to our company

GH: Discussions about 'may'. In our opinion or 'we believe'. 
DS: Explanations, agrees to 'we believe'.

Suggested new wording: 
Specifaction-Definition: 
The Entity making the statement believes that the authority
referenced in the description offers recourse for disputes
arising in connection with the privacy statement.

Suggested wording for user-strings

We believe that the authority referenced in the description
offers recourse for disputes arising in connection with the
privacy statement.

Specification Def: 
The Entity making the statement believes that laws or regulations
referenced in the description provide recourse procedures and
remedies for disputes arising in connection with the privacy
statement.

User interface string:
We believe that laws or regulations
referenced in the description provide recourse and
remedies for disputes arising in connection with the privacy
statement.

Action Rigo: Introduce change to Bugzilla and look up correct
definition for in connection with the privacy
statement.

Next meeting: 

Wednesday 22 October 2003

Best, 
-- 
Rigo Wenning            W3C/ERCIM
Policy Analyst          Privacy Activity Lead
mail:rigo@w3.org        2004, Routes des Lucioles
http://www.w3.org/      F-06902 Sophia Antipolis
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