[WG-InfoSharing] JSON consent receipt example files
andrewhughes3000 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 11 15:01:54 UTC 2018
It is a structural change not an extension. It is suitable for a “next
version” discussion, not for the demo in three weeks.
On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 7:59 AM Mark Lizar <mark at openconsent.com> wrote:
> HI Andrew,
> What kind of mods? Could you provide more detail please?
> If anyone has a change or mod to the CR spec, I recommend creating a CR
> spec extension and send it in to the list.
> As mentioned on the last call, we have drafted a extension (or mod) to
> match CR terms with GDPR terms and to test this out in the viewer.
> Attached is the spec for the extension, which we are contributing to
> CISWG for interop. It runs through how mapping terms might look, happy to
> get feedback on this.
> Then we have used the extension in the viewer - to show off what this
> might look like - as an example to help other interloper’s.
> To try it out - you can goto http://viewer.openconsent.com
> <http://viewer.openconsent.com/r> - (note: if the images are not loading
> we are waiting for a DNS issue to sort itself out)
> On 10 Aug 2018, at 19:25, Andrew Hughes <andrewhughes3000 at gmail.com>
> An update for the MyData demo teams:
> - I have created 2 JSON files in the shared folder:
> These are copied directly out of the Consent Receipt v1.1 spec document
> - There have been some observations from dev teams that some mods to the
> next CR spec version would be useful, for performance/caching reasons,
> among others
> - I have been doing some poking around, looking for HTML form generators
> and online JSON editors to help me visualize what's going on inside the
> sample files. Here are some sites that might be useful (I do not vouch for
> their correctness - they look pretty close to me)
> Editor with 'code view' and 'tree view' of JSON files - includes a schema
> JSON Editor that I trying out as a form generator.
> If you have JSON schema validators that we could use to examine instances
> for conformity to the spec, please let us know.
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