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Starting a charter strawman (was: Re: Definition of "trust anchor")

Jon Callas wrote:

On Jul 5, 2007, at 10:36 AM, Stephen Farrell wrote:

I didn't see that.  I saw different words, not really different

I concur. I see all the definitions are being more or less the same,...

Good to hear. (And I obviously agree.)

Meanwhile, from my p-o-v (as BoF co-chair), I think I'm seeing a
good deal of agreement about the desirability of handing the
enterprise case, and, so far anyway, no great interest in doing
much more than that, at least right now.

So, my suggestion is that we next get a strawman charter drafted
and bash that a bit on the list, so that we have something do
discuss in Chicago in the event that the first part of the meeting
goes well. To that end, I'd like to get suggestions as to what to
in/exclude from such a charter.

I can try craft a bit of text around that in the next week or so,
and would appreciate it if people with ideas about that would send
them to either Sean and I, or to the list, as you think appropriate.

Of course, if you think we need to do more work first, please do
say that, but going by the mails from the last while, it seems to
Sean and I that there is a constituency that would like to tackle
at least the enterprise case of TA management, (for what seems to
be a commensurate, but not identical, set of definitions of "TA"),