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Re: Minutes from the MashSSL XG kickoff call - 3 Dec 2009

From: Ravi Ganesan <ravi@findravi.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Dec 2009 11:22:33 -0800
Message-ID: <3561bdcc0912171122u24119762y2df0bb3ab0cc73e8@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Bajaj, Siddharth" <SBajaj@verisign.com>
Cc: "McClure, Allan H." <amcclure@mitre.org>, Thomas Hardjono <hardjono@mit.edu>, ben@digicert.com, "Shan, Jeff" <JShan@etrade.com>, gpercivall@opengeospatial.org, rsingh@opengeospatial.org, public-xg-mashssl@w3.org
https://www.safemashups.com/downloads/MashSSL_Towards_Multi_Party_Trust_in_the_Internet.pdf

Hi All, For the call in 90 mins, I will use pages 11-13 of the above link to
walk through the relevant handshake refresher.

Siddharth, I did notice the meeting showed up for 90 mins on my calendar. I
unfortunately thought the meeting was for 60 mins, and have another call at
2PM Pacific, so will be dropping of a few mins before that. perhaps I can
dive into my piece right after preliminaries/

Thx,

Ravi

On Mon, Dec 14, 2009 at 6:21 PM, Bajaj, Siddharth <SBajaj@verisign.com>wrote:

>
> *Attendees: *
> Ravi Ganesan
> Ben Wilson
> George Percival
> Thomas Hardjono
> Jeff Shan
> Raj Singh
> Siddharth Bajaj
>
> *Minutes:*
> - Introductions - we went around and had a round of introductions
>
> - We agreed to a biweekly call for the XG in addition to using the mailing
> list.
> Day/Time TBD.
>
> - Siddharth walked everybody through the charter. There were a couple of
> minor clarifications, but no major issues were raised.
>
> - Ravi Ganesan provided an overview of MashSSL
>      + Introduced the problem and need for such a technology
>      + a very high level overview of the existing draft.
>
> - Not all folks in the XG are well versed with the SSL handshake, we agreed
> to do a 30 minute overview of the basic TLS handshake in the next call.
>
> - The group also felt that it would be beneficial to discuss the use cases
> that we are attempting to address with MashSSL.
>     + Ravi will introduce the basic use cases at the next call
>     + George/Raj may have a use case that this could be applicable to.
>
> - Next conference call will be Dec 17th, 1pm PT/4pm ET, Main agenda items
> will be
>      + TLS handshake 101
>      + Use cases
>
> Please let me know if there are any additions/modifications to the minutes.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Siddharth
>



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