RE: Minor fix to DAP homepage


Whatever is necessary to avoid people reading that document in isolation
for A&S I think.



-----Original Message-----
From: Frederick Hirsch [] 
Sent: 29 October 2009 14:08
To: David Rogers
Cc: Frederick Hirsch; Robin Berjon; W3C Device APIs and Policy WG
Subject: Re: Minor fix to DAP homepage


The home page already has a link to the BONDI1.01 page on the INPUTS  
section, thus linking to the complete document set:

"(and also BONDI 1.0 specifications and 1.01 specifications)"

I called out that one document but could move it to the Recommended  
reading page below. Would that take care of it?

regards, Frederick

Frederick Hirsch

On Oct 29, 2009, at 6:43 AM, ext David Rogers wrote:

> Hi there,
> I just looked at the DAP homepage and noticed an issue. The link to  
> the A&S specs from BONDI only refer to one
>  (for example). Please could you refer to the complete document set  
> as that was the intent of our submission?
> From :
> Architecture and Security
> The Architecture and Security work stream defines the architectural  
> components to deliver API extensibility and the security framework  
> required to protect an end user from the risks associated with the  
> opening up of sensitive APIs. It includes the precise definition of  
> a flexible security mechanism. The exposure of these interfaces is  
> essential to enable great services. However, a security framework is  
> essential to protect the user from the abuse of these interfaces by  
> malicious web applications or widgets.
> Document
> Description
> Architecture and Security
> UPDATED - Primary specification document for the architecture and  
> security workstream
> Architecture and Security Appendices
> UPDATED - Appendices to complement the above document
> Application Lifecycle and Events
> Defines requirements of application lifecycle
> XML definition of Security Policy (RelaxNG)
> The precise syntactic definition of the XML security policy
> XML definition of Digital Signatures (RelaxNG)
> File on which the security policy definition is dependent
> Thanks,
> David.
> David Rogers
> OMTP Director of External Relations

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