Re: [W3C Web Crypto WG] Rechartering discussion

I would suggest discussing that more with the keybase folk. I've copied
them on this. They have expertise. Consult them (max et al) please.
As noted during the F2F during the 2014 TPAC, it's unlikely we would
be able to support such a rechartering.

In the goals, only the first goal is something that aligns with our
In the scope, we are explicitly not interested in "user managed"
storage and "web certificate management". Further, we don't believe
this group is the appropriate venue for the discussion of Web
Authentication - that would be better for WebApps or WebAppSec.
WebAppSec already has proposals for dealing with credentials -

Put differently, for a rechartering, the only effort we'd likely
support support is the maintenance and exploration of algorithms.

Any other chartering discussions should follow the highly productive
workmodes of WebApps and WebAppSecs - that is, concrete, defined
proposals being brought forth and holding rechartering discussions in
specific and narrow scopes if such proposals have consensus (in
particular, from user agents).

On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 1:48 AM, GALINDO Virginie
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> Dear all,
> Web Crypto WG charter [1] will end by the end of March. We need to prepare
> the next charter of Web Crypto.
> As a reminder, the conversation has started on this page :
> Feel free to add you ideas and suggestions on the wiki and/or expose your
> opinion and question on the or
> (for non W3C Web Crypto WG members).
> Regards,
> Virginie
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