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Re: DID Formal Objection Status Update (Dec 2021)

From: Dmitri Zagidulin <dzagidulin@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2021 12:20:01 -0500
Message-ID: <CANnQ-L4BjHLJTDVBnwyz1tQjpspev3WRU8DvnO7-5acg4oqGFw@mail.gmail.com>
To: W3C Credentials CG <public-credentials@w3.org>
And just to be clear, /none/ of those items that you mention have anything
to do with DID methods. DID method identifiers are not namespaces for any
of those things.

On Fri, Dec 17, 2021 at 8:10 AM Michael Herman (Trusted Digital Web) <
mwherman@parallelspace.net> wrote:

> There is a bit of an multi-organization-specific complication here:
> - how are ABC Grocery's purchase orders (identified by a simple integer PO
> number) to be differentiated from David's Cabbages purchase orders (also
> identified by a simple integer PO order number from a potentially
> overlapping range of PO numbers)?
>
> In the real world, we need to work with overlapping sets of basic
> identifiers that are only unique within a specific realm, for example...
> - purchase order and invoice numbers from multiple organizations,
> - waybill numbers may already have an industry solution,
> - part numbers from different manufacturers,
> - objects and collections of objects identified by a GraphQL or OData
> query sourced from different realms or collection of realms based on the
> same underlying query string
> - in-house enterprise application developers, DBAs, and data modelers
> creating object name spaces for every object in their enterprise
> architecture ... similar/same challenges Implementors currently have
> selecting name spaces for their C#, Java, etc. application components.
> - etc. etc. etc.
>
> Apologies if I've ruined your "morning"... 😉🙂,
> Michael Herman
>
Received on Friday, 17 December 2021 17:21:31 UTC

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