[WG-OTTO] Minutes 4/6/16
mike at gluu.org
Thu Apr 7 12:19:25 CDT 2016
OTTO WG Minutes 4/6/16
## Voting Members Attending:
- Mike Schwartz
- Keith Hazelton
- Yuriy Zabrovarnyy
- Judith Bush
## Discussion of OpenID Connect Federation Standard
Roland and Rebecka have put forward a draft federation standard for
Keith is going to reach out to Roland and Rebecka to encourage them to
bring that to the
OTTO WG. It's a subset of what we're trying to accomplish, but it could
with our overall mission.
Mike has submitted some suggested revisions to the abstract, and will
continue to review the
spec this week for a more detailed presentation at next week's OTTO
## Discussion of Linked Data Format
Janusz suggested we should define and formalize OTTO ontology using
owl/rdfs. "Using OWL we will be
able to create very strict schema (classes, properties, etc) which it
will be very good for validators."
I think we agree, but what about Turtle N3 format? Last week, Jeff was
Yuriy switched to it this week because its more consise than the JSON-LD
Turtle (Terse RDF Triple Language) is a syntax and grammar for RDF
by David Beckett and Tim Berners-Lee in 2008, created as an
alternative syntax to RDF/XML.
It allows RDF graphs to be written out (‘serialized’) in a compact
and natural text form
that easier for humans to read than RDF/XML.
Here is a [Rough guide to Turtle Guide]
## Discussion of OpenID_Relying Party
We started to discuss schema for OpenID Connect Relying Parties:
@prefix xsd: <http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema#> .
@prefix rdf: <http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#> .
@prefix rdfs: <http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#> .
@prefix schema: <http://schema.org/> .
@prefix otto: <http://kantarainitiative.org/otto/schema/> .
otto:OpenID_Relying_Party a rdfs:Class .
otto:redirect_uris a rdf:Property ;
otto:jwks_uri a rdf:Property ;
otto:sector_identifier_uri a rdf:Property ;
otto:initiate_login_uri a rdf:Property ;
otto:logout_uri a rdf:Property ;
otto:entity_category a rdf:Property ;
The question is what would the federation operator publish about OpenID
Connect relying parties.
Mike proposed that the URI's are interesting, because even though an RP
can register these with
the OP, trust can be enhanced by the federation publishing (and signign)
There is also precedent in SAML federations for asserting a category for
the relying party,
such as "Research and Scholarship" in the higher education federations.
Mike was concerned that unlike in SAML federations where "entityID"
an SP, OpenID Connect has no equivalent single identifier. The closest
thing is "redirect_uris".
Perhaps we need to introduce the equivalent of an "entityID"?
## Deliverables for next week
Yuriy is going to look at exporting our schema to a website like
Jeff mentioned last week that there was a script to accomplish this.
Mike is going to work on a first draft of moving some of the content to
so we have something that looks like a spec by IIW.
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