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Log from third UMA Twitter chat


The chat log is up for our third UMA Twitter chat! Details of the UMA chats are at http://tinyurl.com/umachat.



The purpose of the UMA Work Group (charter) is to develop specs that let an individual control the authorization of data sharing and service access made between online services on the individual's behalf, and to facilitate interoperable implementations of the specs. Read the spec, join the group, get involved!

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News:

  • April 25: The chat log is up for our third UMA Twitter chat! Details of the UMA chats are at http://tinyurl.com/umachat.
  • April 21: The UMA Trust Model has been newly revised. Read it to understand how operators of UMA-enabled services must collaborate to provide truly "user-managed access" (short link http://tinyurl.com/umatrust – spread the word).
  • April 20: Learn about the new open-source UMA library for hosts and requesters, Puma, at the SMART team blog!
  • April 15: The UMA FAQ (short link http://tinyurl.com/umafaq – spread the word) is starting to collect material in languages other than English. Thanks to Domenico Catalano, we now have an UMA introduction in Italian.
  • April 5: Thanks to Thomas Hardjono for being willing to continue serving as UMA spec editor! He was re-elected by acclamation today. See the Leadership Team page for more details about the whole leadership team.
  • March 31: Visit the Core Protocol page (short link http://tinyurl.com/umav1 – spread the word) to see a retrospective of progress in Q1 and our goals for Q2. Highlights: In Q1 we burned down all known A-priority issues and many B-priority ones and substantially revised the spec so that implementers could start counting on a more stable spec. In Q2 we'll prepare for F2F and virtual interop activities and collect more use cases. If you've got an implementation or want pointers, let us know!
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  • Vice-Chair: Maciej Machulak
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