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<trackbot> Date: 10 January 2012
mho it tells me the password is not vald
<MacTed> that'd be the overbooked...
domel did you get in?
<MacTed> bblfish - how are you trying to get in?
suggestion to improve e-mail traffic quality: Never reply to an e-mail without waiting for 1 hour
koalie can you join us?
<melvster1> afaik w3c doenst have 'standards' it has 'recommendations'
<koalie> "How do Community Groups make it easier to move to the standards track?"
<wseltzer> hi, I just joined the call but seem to be in listen-only mode
<scor> 11 people
<magnetik> The OpenID security section: http://openid.net/specs/openid-authentication-2_0.html#security_considerations
<MacTed> I'm having great difficulty resolving current speaker's words... lots of breakup... is this just for me?
zakim mute ??P11
<melvster1> this was old conversation : http://web.archiveorange.com/archive/v/Xiq8eMu6zFWxn0rYZANt
<melvster1> browserid is email like identifiers
<melvster1> ONLY email like
<melvster1> they have a shim
<melvster1> browserid also has its own list
<domel> What I know BrowserID is not in the W3C standardization process.
<melvster1> browser id is email like identifiers ONLY, webid is mainly x.509 and http
<melvster1> there's a shim for all non firefox browsers
<melvster1> that works in the non firefox browsers
<wseltzer> I'm on the call but muted
<wseltzer> thanks :)
charter this WG to work with existing browsers
then something for interop
<magnetik> I think an important point is that we need a better test suite to tell what spec are good or not
<wseltzer> add in the network effects, and you'll be all set :)
<melvster1> lorea.cc already does a facebook clone with webid
<melvster1> maybe not the latest spec tho ...
<wseltzer> Tor Project
<bergi_> i have to leave
<wseltzer> thanks, I'll look forward to interacting once I've gotten my feet planted better at w3c
<melvster1> wseltzer: welcome, great to have you on board :)
<wseltzer> Tor aims to help people protect themselves against traffic analysis. People might choose to identify themselves to an endpoint without sharing all that with intermediaries.
<wseltzer> thanks melvster1
<wseltzer> I'm going to have to leave in a moment, but to be continued.
<wseltzer> thanks bblfish
<melvster1> thanks henry
thanks well' have scribing next time
<melvster1> thanks all
trackbot, end meeting
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