- Please remember to update your entry on the Consent Receipts Implementations Page - this is a major landing point for external viewers and raises awareness of the CIS WG work and your product too
- Update on Charter refresh work
- Discuss next steps for receipt specification
Please review these blogs offline for current status on Kantara and all the DG/WG:
There is a wiki page that will hold all the known implementations of Consent Receipts - Please update the page or inform Jim, or John, or Andrew of your implementation.
- MyData, Helsinki, September
|5 min||News about new implementations||All|
This is a new standing agenda item where we can hear about new implementations of receipts.
- Jan Lindquist (Dativa) has created a Hyperledger Indy system that includes data sharing receipts using either identified or anonymous proofs of consent. This is kinda groundbreaking work and is a very interesting contrast to other ways of perceiving the role of 'proof' in the system.
- MOTION: Secretary to schedule a time on a future call for Jan to demonstrate the prototype.
- Moved: Jim
- Second: Lisa
- Discussion: None
- Motion carried
- MOTION: To schedule a presentation from Harsh on the W3C Data Privacy Vocabulary community group report - on July 18 2019 call.
- Moved: Mark
- Second: Lisa
- Discussion: Relevance and importance to the work of this group is clear - good opportunity to learn.
- Motion carried
|15 min||Processing feature requests for v.next specification work||Jim|
- The WG should jointly work on a reference use case to frame up the discussions for next specification enhancement
- There are other known projects that are dependent on the Kantara specification but this WG does not have a listing of these impacted projects. This list might be well suited to be added to the 'implementations' page.
- ACTION: Mark to create a list of projects that rely on the Kantara Consent Receipt Specification v1.1 who need to be aware of changes to the Kantara specification.
- There is an existing backlog of features and bugs left over from v1.1 that need to be addressed
- Suggestion to pick up the items from the old github repository and create representative github issues in the v.next repository
- Suggestion to clean up the items in the old github repository in place
- MOTION: Move that open issues from V1.1 be moved to V-Next to be dealt with by the WG.
- Moved: John
- Second: Jim
- Counterproposal - to work on incorporating the fixes from the outstanding v1.1 items into the current v1.1 spec then taking the remainder forward into v.next
- Issue is that any changes need to be resolved by the WG
- Concern raised that new use cases will displace current use cases
- Mark requests that a call time is reserved to discuss outstanding v1.1 items
- The result of processing of the v1.1 items could a) be simple bugfixes; b) result in a v1.2; c) impact future specification releases and should be incorporated into the roadmap.
- John proposes:
- Suggest the following for next week's agenda: Reviewing the list and identifying items to be a)discarded/deprecated, b) minor typo/bug/cleanup for 1.1a, c) amendments to 1.2 in line with intent of 1.1 charter and d) roadmap items to be folded into next major release (mapping to the new charter).
- Motion deferred - quorum was lost - to be concluded on next week's call.
|0 min||Specification enhancement project status||Jim|
|0 min||Demo status update||all|
Recording from Identiverse should be available by end of July. The presentation is now modular with short videos available to show implementations in Kantara Members' products.
|0 min||Specification update approach|
See a flowchart version of this here:
|20 min||WG Charter Refresh||Iain Henderson|
- (2019-06-13) Iain suggests that it is probably time to review and update the Charter
- ACTION: Iain to lead the review of current version of the WG Charter and bring a draft to the WG for discussion. Iain to inform the WG of how and where to participate.
- (2019-07-04) Iain sends his regrets (Iain may be heading into vacation - will check)
- Continue to send your comments and information about the WG charter to Iain
- Jim summarized some of the discussion about how information sharing, consent, receipts and future framing of the work
- Andrew suggests that structuring the charter to support the idea of having distinct projects to run simultaneously has been asked for by many in the WG for a long time. To avoid 'single-tracking' the WG work and allow individuals to lead important work without being blocked by others' priorities.
- ACTION: Jim, Andrew and John to work with Iain to assist with charter structuring and work management shaping.
- Lisa notes that the presentation about the evolution of consent will be useful input into the charter work
- Jim - an item arose on another Organization's WG
- Reminder to the WG:
- Do not forward private conversations into the public sphere without consent and awareness of all parties in the private conversation. This is not acceptable behaviour.
- Please remember that the work on the Charter renewal should be directed through Iain Henderson as the assigned leader.
*** Next call 2019-07-18 10:30 am Eastern DAYLIGHT Time
John moves adjournment; Mark seconds. Meeting adjourned