[WG-InfoSharing] WG-InfoSharing Digest, Vol 115, Issue 59

Tom Jones thomasclinganjones at gmail.com
Sun Jun 30 22:56:02 UTC 2019


since the KICR has a document identifier in the body, it really doesn't
need a mime-type.
Probably enuf that it is contenttype = "application/json"
the URL itself can direct it to the proper endpoint.
Not that a MIME type is a bad idea, but if all the consent/privacy-like
docs go to a single endpoint an have appropriate identifiers in them - all
is well. Even if there is a broad mime type, the doc type is still valuable
within that.
All of the work at openID foundation seems to focus on distinct endpoints.
And that's the model i follow.

Peace ..tom


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>    1. Receipt Demo session at Identiverse 2019 (Andrew Hughes)
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> Subject: [WG-InfoSharing] Receipt Demo session at Identiverse 2019
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> A very successful session. Thank you to all of you who contributed,
> recorded those demo videos, prepared software to show, presented your
> solutions and encouraged your colleagues to lend support.
> My personal goal for this round of the show was to show the audiences that
> the ?receipt? is a real thing and that companies from many different
> industries have taken the initiative to add it to their tools. After the
> session, Sal, Alec and I had conversations that confirmed that the message
> was delivered successfully.
> We were given a ?Masterclass? slot - 50 minutes instead of the typical 25
> minute length. This allowed us to walk the audience through the setup
> narrative and to show them *six distinct demos!*
> Another goal was to convince the audience that because they are required to
> keep records anyway, that adding code to generate a ?receipt? rendering of
> that record is a very small lift. Alec mentioned this in his segment -
> IDENTOS added the ?receipt? once they learned of the work and have been
> able to blend the concept into their app seamlessly.
> Despite having our session at 8:30 am the morning after the conference
> party, we had around 50 people in the room - and most faces were attentive.
> So again - thank you all - and your companies are hopefully benefiting from
> the exposure and gaining connections from these shows. I encouraged people
> to snap the contact info pages as we went - and the slides and video will
> be posted by the conference in a few weeks.
> Andrew.
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> Subject: [WG-InfoSharing] Shoebox API - a new idea
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> Hi all - was chatting with a solution architect I know who was in the
> audience for the demo today.
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> He questioned the concept of using an API for the shoebox. He pointed out
> that it might be an easier path to define a ?receipt? Mime-type and let the
> browser handle the inbound stream and redirection. He says this should work
> on computer and mobile and it reduces integration burden.
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> I?ve been working on getting more developers connected to the CIS WG calls,
> so that they can help us understand implementation capabilities and
> requirements - had some good engagement this week on that front.
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> So - I?m hopeful that for those implementations that use the ?create a
> receipt - store a receipt? deployment pattern, this transport mode will
> make things easier. Of course for those deployments that are platform- or
> network-oriented, we will gradually discover optimizations and requirements
> that will help those patterns.
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> I?m going to google how to register mime-types now ;-)
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> Andrew.
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> In Turn Information Management Consulting
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