[KI-LC] Blockchain Identity and Scottish Independence
neil.mcevoy at cbpn.io
Tue Jul 26 07:11:35 CDT 2016
Thanks Colin. To address the main point I think the delineation would
address that, ie the Kantara work would just be about the I-voting methods,
the technical design etc., it wouldn't reference my project nor would I
promote it as such.
Ie Kantara simply specifies technology models, how they might be
implemented, eg Scots independence, are separate activities, which I would
define through my report. I'm sure every government would be interested in
a blueprint for secure I-voting. Who people choose to vote for using those
methods is up to them.. :-)
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On Tue, Jul 26, 2016 at 9:03 AM, Colin Wallis <colin at kantarainitiative.org>
> Thanks both
> Indeed very interesting.
> Personally I could argue some points raised in the paper, but that takes
> nothing away from the potential value that could be added to this effort by
> further developing it at Kantara.
> At the risk of stating the obvious, the LC needs to be mindful of the
> development, extent and ferocity of politicization, as that has the
> potential to set off a string of adverse consequences.
> With all of that said, I look forward to the outcome of the LC's
> consideration of this proposal from Neil.
> On Tue, Jul 26, 2016 at 11:19 AM, Neil McEvoy <neil.mcevoy at cbpn.io> wrote:
>> Hi Andrew
>> Agreed all round. I'm entirely happy for the output to be Kantara assets
>> and to use your collaboration tools to produce them.
>> What I would like to do is include a synopsis in one of my reports, which
>> also identifies the target audience and goals, which is this 'Digital
>> Scotland' paper:
>> You'll see I start to set the scene for developments such as a national
>> Bitcoin currency as a foundation for economic growth. Ideally our Kantara
>> resources would provide the blueprint for how to do so, and would be too
>> detailed to include here, so an overview that then leads to engagement here
>> for those working at the technical level would seem a good model.
>> Once complete I plan to submit this to the Scottish Government, to
>> encourage their adoption. The primary challenge I see is they may be too
>> slow to act, and also the general trends of the technology point to
>> de-centralized, citizen-owned data and services, hence why I'd also like to
>> promote it directly to citizens too, with a How To guide for setting up
>> your own digital identity et al.
>> Kind regards, Neil.
>> Neil McEvoy
>> Founder and CEO
>> neil at cbpn.io
>> +1 (315) 636-4585
>> On Mon, Jul 25, 2016 at 6:16 PM, Andrew Hughes <
>> andrewhughes3000 at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi Neil - both ideas sound very interesting!
>>> I think we need to update and re-approve the charter for the group -
>>> it's been quite a length of time since the original writing - a good
>>> opportunity to bring it up to current.
>>> One new aspect is that I'm asking every DG/WG to explicitly identify a
>>> Kantara Report or Recommendation that their group is working to develop.
>>> Among other things, Kantara offers a simple trade in return for open
>>> hosting of DG/WG forums: Kantara asks the groups to publish under the
>>> Kantara brand to increase value for the community. Kantara has a very
>>> flexible set of rules, and can accommodate most requests for publishing
>>> So: please bring the great ideas! Blockchain ID and i-Voting are very
>>> interesting and have lots of space for innovation - exactly what Kantara
>>> seeks to support and give an incubation home to.
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>>> On Mon, Jul 25, 2016 at 6:30 AM, Neil McEvoy <neil.mcevoy at cbpn.io>
>>>> Hello Kantara Leadership team!
>>>> Recently we touched on re-activating my Cloud ID group, and I wanted to
>>>> start actioning this, with some dialogue here to kick things off..
>>>> In short:
>>>> *1)* I'd say the original charter is still ok, in terms of the basics
>>>> of defining IDaaS. There are lots of vendors who could help flesh out the
>>>> architecture stuff etc.
>>>> *2)* So the main step here is to fine-tine it with what's new, and I'd
>>>> like to propose a couple of ideas:
>>>> *a) Blockchain Identity:* How the IDaaS could incorporate the
>>>> blockchain. Here's my initial thoughts on the relationship:
>>>> *b) i-Voting:* As I mention I think digital government and democracy
>>>> is the 'killer app', and I'd like to address specific use cases to describe
>>>> the details of how this might work, starting with my own personal passion
>>>> of Scottish Independence.
>>>> There will another referendum soon and I'd like define a blueprint for
>>>> a 'citizen-owned' approach to i-Voting. How might a trustworthy,
>>>> de-centralized system be implemented by the people?
>>>> Look forward to your thoughts.
>>>> Kind regards,
>>>> Neil McEvoy
>>>> Founder and CEO
>>>> neil at cbpn.io
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