[KI-LC] Call for Votes: Formation of the Identity and Access Services Working Group (IAS-WG)

Colin Wallis Colin.Wallis at dia.govt.nz
Wed Nov 25 20:15:37 EST 2009


..and I fully support the work but..

1) integration can be achieved by convergence as well (at the risk of stating the obvious in the 'Purpose' section)

2) There is no such position as 'Convenor' in KI that I am aware of, so maybe bring that into line in the final scrub of the Charter?


PS: It might be helpful to have folks involved in ISO SC27 WG5 and ITU-T SG17 Q10 on this group because the work seems to hinge on definitions, and those places (amongst others) are where definitions are being heavily debated

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From: lc-bounces at kantarainitiative.org [mailto:lc-bounces at kantarainitiative.org] On Behalf Of J. Trent Adams
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Subject: [KI-LC] Call for Votes: Formation of the Identity and Access Services Working Group (IAS-WG)

All -

This is a call for you to vote on the following motion.  Please reply
according to the options listed below.

As a reminder, the formation of this group was initially considered (as
the "Identity Services Work Group") during the LC teleconference on
October 21, but was withdrawn by the proposers to allow more time to
address questions raised.  The charter was updated and has been put back
on the table for a vote.

MOTION: To approve the formation of the Identity and Access Services
Working Group (IAS-WG) as defined by their charter [1].

Your options:

 A. Reply with any discussion on this motion prior to voting.

 B. Reply to this message with a "YES" if you support the
      formation of the group.

 C. Reply to this message with a "NO" if you do not support
      the formation of the group. Also, please include your
      rationale for a "NO" vote.

 D. Reply to this message with an "ABSTAIN" if you abstain.

The deadline for voting is Tuesday, December 1st at 23:59 UTC.

This vote requires a Simple Majority to pass (i.e. more than 50% of
votes received - excluding abstentions).

Thanks in advance,

[1] http://kantarainitiative.org/confluence/x/7QlAAg

J. Trent Adams

Outreach Specialist, Trust & Identity
Internet Society

e) adams at isoc.org
o) 703-439-2149

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