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UMA specs revised June 29, 2013

The UMA core specification has been updated to IETF Internet-Draft rev 07, and its companion I-D, a specification that proposes how to make OAuth scopes and AS/RS communication interoperable, has been updated to I-D rev 01. See the list of changes made on the Core Protocol roundup page. The group plans to issue a set of "Implementor's Drafts" by the end of Q3 2013, targeting an interop event during Q4 2013.

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, check out the implementations, test your interop, get involved!

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  • May 30: Eve Maler, Maciej Machulak, and Thomas Hardjono have been re-elected to the chair, vice-chair, and spec editor Leadership Team positions, respectively, for the next year. Thanks to the WG for its ongoing support!
  • May 10: New UMA 101 slides, prepared for IIW 16 this week. Check 'em out!
  • May 4: New case study: Access Management 2.0 for the Enterprise. UMA's not just for human beings! It can help organizations do API-friendly, developer-friendly, mobile-friendly access management too.
  • February 18: Eve's presentation to the MIT Legal Hackathon is now available. Subject: The Three S's of Distributed Authorization: Safe, Simple, Scalable.
  • January 25: We've submitted a new Internet-Draft to IETF for consideration: Binding Obligations on User-Managed Access (UMA) Participants (nicer HTML)!
  • Chair: Eve Maler
  • Vice-Chair: Maciej Machulak
  • Full leadership team list
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