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Exit Criteria and period for CR

From: Jose Kahan <jose.kahan@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2004 19:24:45 +0100
To: www-xkms@w3.org
Message-ID: <20040211182445.GE953@inrialpes.fr>


Hello,

In order to help us compute a reasonable CR period, we need more 
specific feedback from XKMS developers. In previous messages,
we got feedback about existing or expected implementations and
how they stand with respect to the proposed CR exit criteria [1].

Note that we discussed this exit criteria in one of our teleconferences,
and no one raised any objection to them. It's still time to do so, but
once we are in CR, it will be too late. Please also note that in order
to move forward from CR, we'll have to satisfy all these criteria.

Could you tell us if you plan to support the following features
and, if yes,  give a rough estimation on how much time it would
take you to implement the ones you plan to support (I'm quoting 
from [1]. See it for a more detailed explanation):

1. X-KISS
- Message processing mechanism
  - Synchronous response
  - Asynchronous response
  - Two-phase protocols
- Message syntax
  - Compound requests
  - Status requests
- Services
  - Locate
  - Validate

2. X-KRSS
- Message processing mechanism
  - Synchronous response
  - Asynchronous response
  - Two-phase protocols
- Message syntax
  - Compound requests
  - Status requests
- Services
  - Register
  - Reissue
  - Revoke
  - Recover

3. Bindings

- Soap 1.2
- Payload authentication ** 
- TLS Bindings **

** Not sure if those should be in the exit criteria.

Thanks for your feedback and sorry for the rush!

-jose

[1] http://www.w3.org/2001/XKMS/rqim.html
Received on Wednesday, 11 February 2004 13:25:15 UTC

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