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RE: XKMS requirements - initial draft

From: <edsimon@xmlsec.com>
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2001 15:17:59 -0500
Message-ID: <3BD5F38A00005C98@mail.san.yahoo.com>
To: www-xkms-ws@w3c.org
Well, I guess section 6 of the XKMS Requirements is really meant to read
"The XKMS specification should..." NOT "The XML Encryption specification

so that while it remains true that I'm keen to work with XML Protocol on
their use of XML Encryption, all I really need to say here is that I'd be
happy to review XKMS as a member of the XML Encryption and XML Signature

Regards, Ed

-- Original Message --

>The XKMS Requirements state:
>6. Coordination
>The XML Encryption specification should meet the requirements of (so as
>to support) or work with the following applications: 
>  W3C XML Signature 
>  W3C XML Encryption <---------------- Isn't this redundant here?, Ed
>  W3C XML Protocol 
>  Oasis XML-Based Security Services TC (SSTC) 
>To ensure the above requirements are adequately addressed, the XML Key
>specification must be reviewed by a designated member of the following
>  XML Signature WG 
>  XML Encryption WG 
>  XML Protocol 
>  XML Schema WG 
>  XML Core WG 
>  Internationalization IG 
>Regarding the first part, I've already indicated my interest in participating
>in whatever effort is needed to ensure that XML Encryption works well with
>XML Protocol (and XML Signature).
>Regarding the second part, I volunteer, as a member of the XML Encryption
>and XML Signature WGs, to be a designated reviewer of XKMS.
>-- Original Message --
>>Here is a first attempt at documenting XML Key Management requirements.
>>attempted to include requirements from a variety of sources, including
>>position papers and minutes from the July workshop, the activity proposal
>>and proposed charter, and comments from the XKMS developer list.
>>This should provide a good basis for discussion during the conference
>>next Thursday.
>>Comments sent to the list before then would be appreciated as well.
>>Frederick Hirsch
>>Mike Just
>Ed Simon
>XMLsec Inc.
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Ed Simon
XMLsec Inc.

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