RE: Use Case Examples for DID URL Parameter Formats

If the Domain-Specific DID Grammar model is adopted, the need for namespaces option names is greatly diminished.  I’ll publish the did-uri-spec DSDG model in the next day or so.

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Michael Herman (Toronto/Calgary/Seattle)
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From: =Drummond Reed <>
Sent: April 6, 2019 12:45 PM
To: Manu Sporny <>
Cc: Credentials Community Group <>
Subject: Re: Use Case Examples for DID URL Parameter Formats

Ooooh. My first reaction is that I like it. Avoiding a centralized registry = goodness.

Now tell me more about the lothor-destroyer-of-worlds parameter...;-)

On Sat, Apr 6, 2019 at 12:38 PM Manu Sporny <<>> wrote:
On 4/6/19 1:49 PM, =Drummond Reed wrote:
> *Method-specific parameter names*

One thought I had after the call was to require method-specific
parameter names to be prefixed with the DID Method to ensure no
collisions. It's a simple rule that removes the need for a centralized
parameter name registry. So, for example:


The ones in the DID spec would not be prefixed:


-- manu

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