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. To this end, we have undertaken a bounty program in 2010 that facilitated the creation of test cases.

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

Maciej/Newcastle

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SMART project UMA/j framework; see project overview and blog. Developed in Java; to be open-sourced. The OAuth portion, named leeloo, has been open-sourced already; as of Feb 13, it is planned to be moved to Apache Amber.

Mario Hoffmann and Alam/Fraunhofer SIT

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Working on a mobile location scenario (to be demoed at EEMA 2011?). Based on Leeloo and UMA/j?

MITRE/Project hData

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Implementation of a health data-specific profile that matches Project hData needs?

Christian Scholz/COMlounge.net

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Prototype and demo in Python.

Iain/Mydex

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Intends to do an UMA-compliant implementation. Currently the Mydex work is built on ID-WSF and information cards.

PaulT/Azigo

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Intends to do an UMA-compliant implementation. Currently the Azigo work is built on Higgins and includes information card support.

Peter/Neustar

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Intends to do a mobile-based AM prototype, likely to be ready for testing by the July timeframe.

Paul Bryan

 

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