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Re: Mozilla Formally Objects to DID Core

From: Drummond Reed <drummond.reed@evernym.com>
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2021 20:14:03 -0700
Message-ID: <CAAjunnaoQxCS4st_FYY-iuAhDs17nR=_D2Nd8G9sOe9-0=KMVg@mail.gmail.com>
To: Joe Andrieu <joe@legreq.com>
Cc: Juan Caballero <juan.caballero@spruceid.com>, Steve Capell <steve.capell@gmail.com>, Christopher Allen <ChristopherA@lifewithalacrity.com>, Orie Steele <orie@transmute.industries>, Credentials Community Group <public-credentials@w3.org>
A DID Rubric podcast! Such a great idea! I'd love to help (along with the
other authors) the fascinating stories behind did:sov:, did:indy, did:peer,
and did:keri.

With 100+ DID methods, there are a lot of stories to tell here. Serial
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_(podcast)>, you have met your match!!

=Drummond

On Thu, Sep 2, 2021 at 7:56 PM Joe Andrieu <joe@legreq.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Sep 2, 2021, at 7:59 AM, Juan Caballero wrote:
>
> If only there were some kind of "rubric" document for navigating the
> market, or better yet, a podcast offering deep-dives into the decisions
> issues and goals of major methods... ;)
>
>
> LOL.
>
> Thanks for the shoutout, Juan.
>
> Last week we (W3C) published the DID Method Rubric
> https://www.w3.org/TR/did-rubric/ which presents a set of criteria that
> might prove useful for people evaluating different DID Methods.
>
> And just today, we (Legendary Requirements) launched the website for our
> DID method podcast _The Rubric_, where we interview the people behind
> different DID Methods so people can get a sense of what makes each method
> unique, what the motivations behind the method are, and how it came
> together. We feel that getting to know the people behind the technology
> creates the possibility for insights you can't get just from reading a
> specification.
>
> We have several episodes up, including
>
> _DIDs Are Magical_, A chat with the DID WG Co-chairs
> https://rubric.cc/podcast/dids-are-magical-2/
> _The Granddaddy of DIDs (did:btcr)_
> https://rubric.cc/podcast/the-granddaddy-of-dids/
> _Before the Beginning (did:v1) p1_
> https://rubric.cc/podcast/before-the-beginning-didv1/
> _Before the Beginning (did:v1) p2_
> https://rubric.cc/podcast/before-the-beginning-didveres1/
>
> Coming soon: did:key and did:ipld
>
> Please take a look. I think you might find it a fun way to learn more
> about Decentralized Identifiers.
>
> If you're involved with a DID Method we haven't mentioned yet (as an
> editor or implementer) and you'd like to be on the show, please reach out
> and we'll see how to get you on the schedule.
>
> -j
>
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