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DID WG TPAC Resolutions


Joachim Lohkamp
 

Thank you Rouven!

On Sep 19, 2019, at 11:01 AM, Rouven Heck <rouven.heck@...> wrote:

FYI 

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From: Brent Zundel <brent.zundel@...>
Date: Thu, Sep 19, 2019 at 10:10 AM
Subject: DID WG TPAC Resolutions
To: <member-did-wg@...>




In carrying out the following resolutions of the DID WG, the associated actions were taken:
  1. RESOLUTION: The Working Group will adopt the CCG DID Use Cases document as the starting point for our group’s DID Use Cases and Requirements document. Action taken: Brent rebased the DID WG Use Cases and Requirements document on top of the CCG DID Use Cases document to move the CCG DID Use Cases document into the DID WG along with the commit history of the document. He then set it as the first editors' draft of the DID WG Use Cases and Requirements document.
  2. RESOLUTION: The Working Group will move the CCG DID Use case issues into our DID Use Cases and Requirements repository. This does not indicate support for any of the issues, and any issue can be closed at any time. Action taken: The DID WG moved the CCG DID Use case issues into the DID WG Use Cases and Requirements repository during the DID WG meetings Tuesday, September 17, 2019
  3. RESOLUTION: The Working Group will adopt the CCG “Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) v0.13 Data Model and Syntaxes” Final Report as the first editors’ draft of our Recommendation-track document. Action taken: Brent rebased the DID WG DID spec document on top of the CCG “Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) v0.13 Data Model and Syntaxes” Final Report to move the CCG “Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) v0.13 Data Model and Syntaxes” Final Report into the DID WG along with the commit history of the document. He then set it as the first editors' draft of the DID WG DID Spec.
  4. RESOLUTION: The Working Group will move the open CCG DID Spec issues into our DID Spec repository. Action taken: The DID WG began moving the CCG DID Spec issues into our DID Spec repository during the DID WG meeting Tuesday, September 17, 2019. The chairs have determined that the rest of the issues will be moved by the chairs and editors.
  5. RESOLUTION: The Working Group will keep all of the current CCG DID spec PRs that are actively in progress. Whether this occurs by copying, moving, or recreating is TBD. Action taken: The Chairs have determined that they will ask the CCG to add a note on each of the CCG DID Spec PRs indicating that work on the DID Spec will continue in the DID WG DID Spec repo and invite the PR submitter to re-submit the PR there.
  6. RESOLUTION: The DID WG will move the existing CCG did spec test suite into the DID WG did spec test suite, preserving the commit history if possible. Action taken: Brent rebased the DID WG Test Suite repo on top of the CCG DID Test Suite repo to move the CCG DID Test Suite into the DID WG along with the commit history. He also moved the CCG DID Test Suite repository branches 'initial' and 'add-tests' into the DID WG Test Suite under the names 'ccg-initial' and 'ccg-add-tests,' respectively.

Due to this, anyone who has created a local copy of the following three repos will need to do so again.

DID WG Chairs
Dan Burnett
Brent Zundel


Rouven Heck
 

FYI 

---------- Forwarded message ---------
From: Brent Zundel <brent.zundel@...>
Date: Thu, Sep 19, 2019 at 10:10 AM
Subject: DID WG TPAC Resolutions
To: <member-did-wg@...>




In carrying out the following resolutions of the DID WG, the associated actions were taken:

  1. RESOLUTION: The Working Group will adopt the CCG DID Use Cases document as the starting point for our group’s DID Use Cases and Requirements document. Action taken: Brent rebased the DID WG Use Cases and Requirements document on top of the CCG DID Use Cases document to move the CCG DID Use Cases document into the DID WG along with the commit history of the document. He then set it as the first editors' draft of the DID WG Use Cases and Requirements document.

  2. RESOLUTION: The Working Group will move the CCG DID Use case issues into our DID Use Cases and Requirements repository. This does not indicate support for any of the issues, and any issue can be closed at any time. Action taken: The DID WG moved the CCG DID Use case issues into the DID WG Use Cases and Requirements repository during the DID WG meetings Tuesday, September 17, 2019

  3. RESOLUTION: The Working Group will adopt the CCG “Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) v0.13 Data Model and Syntaxes” Final Report as the first editors’ draft of our Recommendation-track document. Action taken: Brent rebased the DID WG DID spec document on top of the CCG “Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) v0.13 Data Model and Syntaxes” Final Report to move the CCG “Decentralized Identifiers (DIDs) v0.13 Data Model and Syntaxes” Final Report into the DID WG along with the commit history of the document. He then set it as the first editors' draft of the DID WG DID Spec.

  4. RESOLUTION: The Working Group will move the open CCG DID Spec issues into our DID Spec repository. Action taken: The DID WG began moving the CCG DID Spec issues into our DID Spec repository during the DID WG meeting Tuesday, September 17, 2019. The chairs have determined that the rest of the issues will be moved by the chairs and editors.

  5. RESOLUTION: The Working Group will keep all of the current CCG DID spec PRs that are actively in progress. Whether this occurs by copying, moving, or recreating is TBD. Action taken: The Chairs have determined that they will ask the CCG to add a note on each of the CCG DID Spec PRs indicating that work on the DID Spec will continue in the DID WG DID Spec repo and invite the PR submitter to re-submit the PR there.

  6. RESOLUTION: The DID WG will move the existing CCG did spec test suite into the DID WG did spec test suite, preserving the commit history if possible. Action taken: Brent rebased the DID WG Test Suite repo on top of the CCG DID Test Suite repo to move the CCG DID Test Suite into the DID WG along with the commit history. He also moved the CCG DID Test Suite repository branches 'initial' and 'add-tests' into the DID WG Test Suite under the names 'ccg-initial' and 'ccg-add-tests,' respectively.


Due to this, anyone who has created a local copy of the following three repos will need to do so again.

DID WG Chairs
Dan Burnett
Brent Zundel