[OpenID board] OpenID WG Process and requirement to host documents under "openid.net"

Eric Sachs esachs at google.com
Thu Jul 26 15:08:55 UTC 2012


>> How long do you think it will take to add that CNAME entry to the
openid.net DNS account Nat?  Is that something you can do for us, once we
know what value the CNAME should be set to?

I've done something similar with inventures in the past, so I'll ping them
and I expect it can be live by next week.

On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 8:07 AM, Pam Dingle <pdingle at pingidentity.com>wrote:

> How long do you think it will take to add that CNAME entry to the
> openid.net DNS account Nat?  Is that something you can do for us, once we
> know what value the CNAME should be set to?
>
> On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 8:05 AM, Nat Sakimura <sakimura at gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> I choose hg because bitbucket is actually an implementation of
>> Mercurial source control system.
>> Hg is Mercury, and is the main command in Mercurial.
>>
>> For Account chooser, ac.openid.net would be perfectly fine to me, but
>> you may want to ask the WG people as well for a better idea.
>>
>> Best,
>>
>> Nat
>>
>> On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 11:05 PM, Eric Sachs <esachs at google.com> wrote:
>> >>> To meet the above requirement, we are aliasing the bitbucket site
>> >>> (bitbucket.org/openid/connect) to hg.openid.net by CNAME, so that
>> everything
>> >>> can be accessed in openid.net domain.
>> >
>> > That is a neat trick.  I did find this article describing a way to do
>> that
>> > with the tool we are using as well.  What led you to choose the "hq"
>> CNAME?
>> > Do you have a suggestion of a CNAME for the AC working group?  Or
>> should we
>> > start a thread on the AC working group to get suggestions?
>> >
>> > On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 5:53 PM, Nat Sakimura <sakimura at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>> >>
>> >> Hi Eric and Greg,
>> >>
>> >> In the board meeting, the question about the location of the WG
>> procedural
>> >> rule on the web site requirement was asked.
>> >> Here is the quotation from the OpenID Process Document ver. 1.5
>> December
>> >> 2009.
>> >>
>> >> 4.8 Visibility.  All WG documents will be located on the WG webpage
>> >> (“Webpage”), which will be
>> >> located at a URL within openid.net, and all work (administrative and
>> >> technical) of a WG will be conducted via
>> >> the applicable Specification Mailing Lists or at meetings that may be
>> >> called from time to time.  The minutes
>> >> of each meeting and a record of  all decisions will be published to the
>> >> Webpage and the applicable
>> >> Specification Mailing List.  All WG email lists will be archived, and
>> all
>> >> WG email archives will be publicly
>> >> visible.  The Editor(s) should keep the following current on the
>> Webpage:
>> >> (a) WG name and Charter;
>> >> (b) any standing rules and other adopted procedures;
>> >> (c) any applicable meeting schedule and attendance method(s);
>> >> (d) anticipated deliverables and delivery dates;
>> >> (e) list of WG Contributors;
>> >> (f) the names and email addresses of Editors and any other
>> functionaries
>> >> (e.g., secretary);
>> >> (g) links to draft and completed WG documents (including the latest WG
>> >> Specifications); and
>> >> (h) current announcements (including WG formation, any revisions to the
>> >> Charter, and any call
>> >> to approve a draft as an Implementers Draft or a Final Specification
>> and
>> >> applicable deadlines).
>> >>
>> >> Like Account Chooser WG, AB/Connect WG is using an external site to
>> manage
>> >> the working group works.
>> >> In our case, it is bitbucket.org. (It is very handy as it has issues
>> >> tracking with OpenID login.)
>> >> To meet the above requirement, we are aliasing the bitbucket site
>> >> (bitbucket.org/openid/connect) to
>> >> hg.openid.net by CNAME, so that everything can be accessed in
>> openid.net
>> >> domain.
>> >> I am pretty sure that you can do the same with the google sites, so you
>> >> should do that -> Eric.
>> >>
>> >> As to the mailing list are concerned, we are using openid.net mailman.
>> >> However, I am pretty sure again here that you can create a google group
>> >> under openid.net domain.
>> >> (I thought David has setup one. AB/Connect WG predated that so we did
>> not
>> >> bother to migrate.) Either will be fine.
>> >>
>> >> At the end of the day, the requirement from the process point of view
>> is
>> >> that it will be able to be accessed as a subdomain of openid.net.
>> >>
>> >> --
>> >> Nat Sakimura (=nat)
>> >> Chairman, OpenID Foundation
>> >> http://nat.sakimura.org/
>> >> @_nat_en
>> >>
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > --
>> > Eric Sachs | Senior Product Manager | esachs at google.com
>> >
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Nat Sakimura (=nat)
>> Chairman, OpenID Foundation
>> http://nat.sakimura.org/
>> @_nat_en
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