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LF fact-check on WebID paper

From: Michael Hackett <michael.hackett@dal.ca>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2012 10:08:41 -0300
Message-ID: <CAK0jGPJPiR1nTB0Tvs8=-Oj=7OW0NEi=TEQ356Uhxy6m+T=ebQ@mail.gmail.com>
To: public-xg-webid@w3.org
(Apologies to those on both the BrowserID and WebID lists who see this
twice, but I wanted to reach the experts in both camps.)

Hi all,

A paper I've co-authored has been accepted for an upcoming IEEE security
and privacy workshop. It looks at some of the security, privacy and (to a
limited extend, due to the rapidly evolving state of the UI) usability
gains and concerns we have found in BrowserID and WebID. It's intended to
form a basis for discussions about what can still be improved before going
into mass deployment with these proposals and/or what implications users
should be aware of when using these services.

I am working on the final revisions now, but I was wondering if any of the
principals in the WebID camp would have the time and inclination to
fact-check the draft for me, to ensure that I'm not introducing any factual
errors into the literature. (I would need your comments back before the end
of the week.)

Received on Wednesday, 18 April 2012 12:04:05 UTC

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