(1) WG NAME: (and any acronym or abbreviation of the name): The WG name, acronym and abbreviation must not include trademarks not owned by the Organization, or content that is infringing, harmful, or inappropriate.
User-Managed Access (UMA) Work Group
(2) PURPOSE: Please provide a clear statement of purpose and justification why the proposed WG is necessary.
The purpose of this Work Group is threefold:
To develop a set of draft specifications that enable a resource owner to control the authorization of data sharing and other protected-resource access made between online services on the owner’s behalf or with the owner’s authorization by an autonomous requesting party, and to facilitate the development of interoperable implementations of these specifications by others. It is a particular priority in this effort to enable and empower individual people in the resource owner role, for the purpose of gaining personal control of his or her personal information.
To develop contractual framework specifications that facilitate establishing obligations to which operators and users of services taking part in access-related interactions must adhere, and to encourage the adoption of the framework in identity and access federations and other ecosystems that enable distributed authorization. It is a particular priority in this effort to enable setting the rules of engagement for informed, meaningful control of access.
Specifically, this Work Group is responsible for:
Developing contractual framework specifications as appropriate
(3) SCOPE: Explain the scope and definition of the planned work.
The specifications must meet the following basic functional requirements, in addition to specific use cases and requirements later identified by this Work Group:
The specifications must meet the following basic design principles, in addition to any emergent design principles later identified by this Work Group:
(4) DRAFT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS: List Working Titles of draft Technical Specifications to be produced (if any), projected completion dates, and the Standards Setting Organization(s) to which they will be submitted upon approval by the Membership.
It is anticipated that the following technical specifications will be produced, with modular spec boundaries subject to change; both are anticipated to be submitted to the IETF for further work and completion:
User-Managed Access (UMA) Profile of OAuth 2.0
(5) OTHER DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS: Other Draft Recommendations and projected completion dates for submission for All Member Ballot.
It is anticipated that the following auxiliary materials will be produced, at a minimum:
At the group's option, some of this material may be considered non-normative (equivalent to white papers), and some may be split up into multiple pieces (for example, an Overview document and companion slide deck).
(6) LEADERSHIP: Proposed WG Chair and Editor(s) (if any) subject to confirmation by a vote of the WG Participants.
At the time of this charter’s revision, following are the members of the leadership team:
Chair: Eve Maler, XMLgrrl.com
(7) AUDIENCE: Anticipated audience or users of the work.
The anticipated audience for the documents produced by this Work Group includes developers, deployers, and designers of online services that act on behalf of individual users. The group also anticipates gathering input from individual users of online services in order to respond to their needs and preferences.
(8) DURATION: Objective criteria for determining when the work of the WG has been completed (or a statement that the WG is intended to be a standing WG to address work that is expected to be ongoing).
This Work Group is an ongoing effort; it anticipates developing a draft V1.0 set of technical specifications and other auxiliary materials by the end of 2013, facilitating the development of multiple independent draft implementations as appropriate during this time, and a draft contractual framework soon after. This targeted duration and other aspects of this charter (except the IPR policy stated below) are subject to review, amendment, and extension as approved by the Kantara Leadership Council.
(9) IPR POLICY: The Organization approved Intellectual Property Rights Policy under which the WG will operate.
Kantara IPR Policy - Option Liberty
10) RELATED WORK AND LIAISONS: Related work being done in other WGs or other organizations and any proposed liaison with those other WGs or organizations.
This Work Group has a number of dependencies on, and shared goals with, the output of other efforts. The Kantara groups and external efforts with which this Work Group intends to liaise informally include (but are not limited to):
(11) CONTRIBUTIONS (optional): A list of contributions that the proposers anticipate will be made to the WG.
The draft ProtectServe protocol flow diagrams were contributed.
(12) PROPOSERS: Names, email addresses, and any constituent affiliations of at least the minimum set of proposers required to support forming the WG.
The original proposers of the Work Group were:
July 15, 2009
The Leadership Council ratifies this charter for operation.
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