Re: Spec and issue status

On 4/27/16, 10:05 AM, "Vijay Bharadwaj" <vijaybh@microsoft.com> wrote:
>[vgb]>>Issue #1: I will send out a proposal tomorrow for this. I think we
>[vgb]>>could move slightly more of the attestation structure into the
>[vgb]>>authenticator model section,
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>[jeffh]>you are referring to sections 3.8, 3.9, 3.10 ?
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>Yes. Specifically slim down 3.8 and move most/all of 3.9 and 3.10 into
>authenticator model.
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>[vgb]>> [about issue #58]...
>[jeffh]> it would be "nice" if this discussion with "the TAG" were
>generally visible...
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>Hence my proposal to write up the current status in the spec and use that
>as a basis for discussion, so things become more visible :)

Ah, that wasn't fully clear to me -- thx -- yeah that sounds fine to me.


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>-----Original Message-----
>From: Hodges, Jeff [mailto:jeff.hodges@paypal.com]
>Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2016 9:46 AM
>To: Vijay Bharadwaj <vijaybh@microsoft.com>
>Cc: W3C WebAuthn WG <public-webauthn@w3.org>
>Subject: Re: Spec and issue status
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>On 4/26/16, 11:19 PM, "Vijay Bharadwaj" <vijaybh@microsoft.com> wrote:
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>>I wanted to tee up a few items for discussion tomorrow regarding the
>>remaining issues:
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>>,        
>>We have a number of issues that should be really easy to fix. #38 and
>>#74 are in this bucket, as well as a number that are currently marked
>>SPWD. I will do a sweep of these before Berlin, but given these are not
>>likely to be as  complex or controversial as the more substantial
>>issues, I think its okay to get to these next week.
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>agreed.
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>>,        
>>Issue #1: I will send out a proposal tomorrow for this. I think we
>>could move slightly more of the attestation structure into the
>>authenticator model section,
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>you are referring to sections 3.8, 3.9, 3.10 ?
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>>thus making for a cleaner separation of concerns between browser/script
>>folks and authenticator/backend folks. If that is acceptable then I
>>think we should use it to close this issue out.
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>sounds nominally ok.
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>>,        
>>Issue #58: Dirk spoke to Alex Russell and explained some of the nuances
>>of our world. We think this discussion with TAG is going to take a bit
>>longer. For now I would like to add some language clarifying the dual
>>role of origins  and rpIDs (origins are signed over and are therefore a
>>security boundary, rpIDs determine who can request an assertion with a
>>specific credential and are therefore a client privacy boundary), and
>>move this issue to SPWD.
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>it would be "nice" if this discussion with "the TAG" were generally
>visible...
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>>,        
>>Issue #61: I will send out a proposal for this by end of week, as
>>outlined in the issue already. Would love to get feedback on that.
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>ok
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>>,        
>>Issue #60: As noted in the issue, this is potentially contradictory
>>with #61. If we agree that the #61 change sounds reasonable, I would
>>like to move #60 to SPWD so we can have a more thoughtful consideration
>>of what the right  path forward should be.
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>sure, I agree that we should take more time to work out #60.
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>hth,
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>=JeffH
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