Author: Joseph Reagle
Question: Where does the WG stand?
Joseph M. Reagle Jr.
IETF/W3C XML Signatures Co-Chair
|"Consistent Draft" (push out to wider community for comments)||-||Nov 27|
|XML Core to Last Call for Proposed Recommendation/Standard||Nov||Dec 21|
|Face-to-Face||Jan 7/10 21/24|
|Interoperability Test Cases and Results document to Last Call as NOTE / Informational RFC||Dec||Dec (first draft)|
|Publication of Signature Syntax and Processing document as Proposed Recommendation / Proposed Standard RFC||Jan||March|
|Face-to-Face IETF47||March 27-31|
or (depending on whichever we choose)
treat DigestMethod and others the similarly
|none: data is not canonicalized, bytestream is derived from the sequence of characters in their native encoding starting with "<SignedInfo..."||simple signatures over simple data where XML functionality (including "Infoset parsing") is at a minimum.|
|simple: data is canonicalized such that: (a) converting from the input encoding to UTF-8 and (b) normalizing the new lines to UTF-8 0x0A||ensures that encodings and new lines are not changed in transit.|
|XML: data is canonicalized according to Canonical-XML/Infoset/DOM.||Needed for XML parsing and Infoset/DOM processing|