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This page gathers information about implementation efforts and interest, along with interoperability testing plans. We have a goal to develop a hosted validator that can exercise implementors' AM, Host, Requester, and User Agent endpoints to increase interoperability, roughly in the March timeframe. To this end, we have secured a commitment from the Kantara Initiative to encourage validator development by offering a bounty (details to be announced).

Maciej Machulak is the UMA group's implementation coordinator. Several efforts are gearing up in earnest now.

Interest and effort mentioned so far (no obligation implied!):

Who

Protocol: AM

Protocol: Host

Protocol: Requester

UX: "relationship manager"

Notes

Christian

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Test implementation in Python.

Maciej/Newcastle

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SMART project; see project overview and user experience screenshots.

Iain/Mydex

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Expressed interest in doing an UMA-compliant implementation. Currently the Mydex work is built on ID-WSF and information cards.

PaulT/Azigo

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Expressed interest in doing an UMA-compliant implementation. Currently the Azigo work is built on Higgins and includes information card support.

Peter/Neustar

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He is working on a mobile-based AM prototype, likely to be ready for testing by the July timeframe.

Paul

 

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A module that assists websites in becoming "UMAnized" (able to have their resources UMA-protected).

Hasan/Fraunhofer

 

 

 

 

Has expressed an interest in doing a C# implementation, possibly in league with Andrew Arnott.

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