[WG-UMA] Proposal Idea (was: Re: Sticky Policies)
iain at thecustomersvoice.com
Wed Jul 18 15:36:39 EDT 2012
I have met the EnCoRe folks a few times over the years; my re-collection is that because it was funded by UK.gov R & D money there is some proprietary stuff in there with an expectation of a return on that investment. Not sure what that means in practice now, but the work was solid and there was quite a bit published as I recall.
On 18 Jul 2012, at 18:15, Eve Maler wrote:
> Agreed that EnCoRe looks relevant and familiar! I haven't read through the whole doc yet, but regarding "sticky policies", of course David Chadwick (a past active UMAnitarian) has been deeply involved in that general notion and systems to support it.
> Along the lines of the whiteboard diagram I posted recently, note that another option for UMA token profiles is for the AM to literally send policies associated with the resource to the host -- a dynamic run-time way of getting relevant policies over to the host without having to have the polices "travel with" the resource.
> On 18 Jul 2012, at 1:03 AM, Mario Hoffmann wrote:
>> Dear Kevin,
>> Thank you very much for pointing to this project and for your excellent
>> I was just about to prepare for a meeting with those guys next week in
>> Oxford where we will meet the people from HP Labs Bristol and the Univ.
>> of Oxford.
>> The overlap and obvious relevance to UMA (which I will promote referring
>> to our reference implementation) now brings me back to the idea from
>> last year starting a R&D project proposal under the flag of the EU
>> Research Programme - the objectives for Call 10 have been published
>> recently (see
>> A summary of the most relevant challenges and objectives can be checked
>> in the document attached.
>> I am still very much in favour of proposing a project based on the
>> intentional aims and open questions of UMA. After a first attempt last
>> year in Call 8 the announced call 10, however, is not focusing identity
>> explicitly but there are plenty of opportunities for introducing our
>> approaches as enablers in conrete application scenarios (such as mobile
>> services, smart cities, eHealth and AAL for instance). Have a look at
>> the working programme.
>> So far so good ... I propose coming back to this opportunity after the
>> meeting with HP next week :)
>> Kind regards
>> Am 17.07.2012 22:02, schrieb Kevin Cox:
>>> Just came across the EnCoRe work by HP. It seems the project has
>>> finished but it appears of relevance to UMA.
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