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Re: Proposal Work Item | Credential Chaining

From: Leah Houston, MD <leah@hpec.io>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2022 13:36:38 -0500
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To: Robin Klemens <klemens@internet-sicherheit.de>
Cc: Credentials CG <public-credentials@w3.org>
Hello All -

The AAMC oversees American Medical Education.
I have received some trend signals that the AAMC wants to adopt DID
Standards through their MedbiQuitous solution.
Here are some  senior tech job opening to anyone who is interested:
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If you are interested in this kind of work, LMK

Best
Leah


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On Fri, Jan 28, 2022 at 11:13 AM Robin Klemens <
klemens@internet-sicherheit.de> wrote:

> Dear W3C Credentials Community Group,
>
> I hereby want to propose a new work item on "Chaining of Credentials" and
> I would appreciate some initial feedback before proposing the item as an
> issue at https://github.com/w3c-ccg/community.
>
> At IDunion (https://idunion.org/), we started a working group that is
> focused on the chaining of credentials in September 2021. The working group
> is represented by Deutsche Telekom AG (T-Labs), European EPC Competence
> Center GmbH, Institute for Internet-Security (Westphalian University of
> Applied Sciences), Robert Bosch GmbH, Spherity GmbH, TrustCerts GmbH, and
> more, counting 10 active members.
>
> Currently, our working group is IDunion internal. However, we presented
> our work at the IIW33 in the session “Credential Chaining - Verification of
> VCs In Non-Trivial Trust Networks (Open
>
> Discussion)” and want to make this an open-source community effort.
>
> Our goals are
>
>    - to provide an overview of all existing flavors of credential
>    chaining (What current and new techniques exist or are being researched?)
>    - to gather the reasons and requirements for credential chaining
>    - to come up with best practices and create a sort of decision tree
>    that helps map the requirements of the use case with the implementation of
>    credential chaining
>    - to provide working code with concrete implementations on different
>    chaining variants
>    - to integrate credential chaining into future versions of the
>    Verifiable Credentials Data Model
>
> Me and my colleagues are looking forward to your feedback about the idea
> of creating a new, or joining an already existing working group under the
> umbrella of W3C.
>
>
> Many thanks in advance,
>
> Robin Klemens
>
>
> ---
> Blockchain Reseacher
> Institute for Internet-Security
> https://www.linkedin.com/in/robinklemens/
> https://github.com/udosson
>
>
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