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Re: Current status of DID Core implementations (June 2021)

From: Markus Sabadello <markus@danubetech.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Jun 2021 09:29:38 +0200
To: public-did-wg@w3.org
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I don't think it's true that we are lacking enough implementations for


Same for "nextUpdate" and "nextVersionId" I think.

Maybe the test suite isn't counting some implemented features correctly?


On 27.06.21 21:57, Manu Sporny wrote:
> Hi all,
> Our latest implementation report for DID Core is available here:
> https://w3c.github.io/did-test-suite/#spec-statement-summary
> Here are the remaining items that the WG needs to discuss on the upcoming call:
> #1: Are the hl, relativeRef, and service implementations
>     independent enough?
> Our numbers are looking good. We now have two method implementations for hl,
> relativeRef, and service -- although, by the same implementer (Mattr). We'll
> have to debate if that counts or not on the upcoming WG call. If there are two
> independent implementers at Mattr that created their did:web and did:sov
> implementations, then it should count. If not, there may still be a good
> argument to count these as two independent METHOD implementations.
> #2: Are we letting the JSON serialization keep
>     unimplemented features?
> The JSON serialization continues to lack implementations for datetime, double,
> integer, and null. The WG has noted that they're going to keep those features
> in the spec anyway in order to support the entire JSON data model.
> #3: What are we going to do with deactivated, nextUpdate,
>     and nextVersionId?
> We are currently lacking implementation support for the following DID
> Resolution features:
> * deactivated
> * nextUpdate
> * nextVersionId
> DID URL Dereferencing now has two independent implementations for most of the
> features, but just barely.
> Those are the three remaining items to discuss wrt. implementations, AFAIK.
> -- manu
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