[OpenID board] Committees ...

Chris Messina chris.messina at gmail.com
Fri Jan 2 01:54:25 UTC 2009

Hey Scott,
Can you remind me (or point me to the section of the bylaws) regarding how
committees are created? Do I simply need to add "User Experience" to the
committees wiki page and offer to chair it?


On Thu, Jan 1, 2009 at 9:36 AM, Scott Kveton <scott at kveton.com> wrote:

> Hi Everyone,
> Welcome to 2009!  Hope everyone had a great New Year's Eve!
> With 5 new members of the OIDF BOD joining us as of today, this is as
> good a time as any to look at the makeup of the existing committees
> and where we need to a) fill in gaps and b) create new committees to
> help facilitate solutions to some of the problems we're seeing with
> OpenID in the marketplace.
> Please take a look at:
> http://wiki.openid.net/Committees
> To see who is on what committees, etc.  There is no requirement that
> you have to be a board member to participate in a committee; any OIDF
> member can participate in committees.  Please see if there are any
> committees you'd like to participate in and sign-up on the wiki.
> Two areas of concern we discussed in 2008 were around Usability and
> Security.  There has been a lot of work on UX with the meeting at
> Yahoo! a few months back.  We also voted to create a security
> committee back in September but we haven't set any goals or outlined
> plans there yet.
> We currently have Anthony Nadalin as the chair of the security
> committee along with John Bradley who has agreed to participate.  I'd
> like to volunteer to chair the security committee for the next year
> and hopefully drive some initiatives that will answer questions in the
> marketplace.
> I would love to see someone else step up and form the UX committee as
> well to help address concerns around usability with OpenID.
> - Scott
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Chris Messina
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