Dear Kantara Initiative Work Group Chairs,
This Wiki page initiates a Leadership Council eBallot to reduce the duration of the Public Review and IPR Review period for minor material (non risk inducing) and non-material editorial changes to SAML V2.0 Implementation Profile for Federation Interoperability.
Justification for classifying these changes as being ‘minor’ (non-breaking):
The revision proposed to the SAML V2.0 Implementation Profile for Federation Interoperability V1.0 is shown below. In Agenda Item 10 in the Notes from the FIWG meeting of 2019-12-04, this quorate call agreed that a) it is a non-breaking (minor) change, b) did not identify any IPR conflicts c) is a close knit community and any implementations using the current published V1.0 would be known about; and therefore arguably fit for immediate release as V1.1 with the change made.
Revision to SAML V2.0 Implementation Profile for Federation Interoperability V1.0:
In the SAML 2.0 implementation profile, IIP-ALG06 states:
This requirement should be corrected to read:
Specific and most recent commit related to the proposed change is at https://github.com/KantaraInitiative/SAMLprofiles/commit/38154b3b032c9de29044b013329ce5e4e36f6c6d
The FIWG therefore recommends release of this SAML V2.0 Implementation Profile for Federation Interoperability V1.1 at the earliest opportunity on the basis that the revisions per se are minor in nature and do not break any known implementations.
|Motion:||To reduce the duration of the Public Review period and IPR Review period to zero for the minor material and non-material editorial changes to the SAML V2.0 Implementation Profile for Federation Interoperability.|
Please cast your vote below. IMPORTANT: in order to record your vote you need to log in into Confluence.
SAML V2.0 Implementation Profile for Federation Interoperability
December 17, 2019
December 24, 2019
|Voting Rules:||Super Majority vote of the LC|
KI Operating Procedures SECTION 188.8.131.52: LC Approval, Public Review and IPR Review Period Requirements:
The LC can, by Super Majority vote of the LC, reduce the duration of, or remove altogether, the IPR Review Period and/or the Public Review period in instances where there is low risk of patent, copyright and applicable IPR issues, and/or low risk of a reduction in quality of the output, and/or the changes are minor and (in the case of criteria, do not break implementations) non-material editorial changes to Group- Approved Recommendations or Technical Specifications. The decision must take into consideration the risk of liability being assumed by reduction or removal of the review period and the impact of changes on affected parties (e.g. Service Providers and Assessors). The decision and rationale shall be reported to the Board of Directors at the next Board of Directors meeting.