[Openid-specs-fapi] Fwd: Save the Date: May 25-26, Federation and Browsers Workshop
bcampbell at pingidentity.com
Thu May 20 15:03:29 UTC 2021
Resending this on behalf of Heather Flanagan as her original message
somehow didn't make it to the list.
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*From:* Heather Flanagan <hlf at sphericalcowconsulting.com>
*Date:* May 17, 2021, 2:29 PM -0700
*To:* openid-specs-ab at lists.openid.net
*Subject:* Save the Date: May 25-26, Federation and Browsers Workshop
(apologies for the cross-posting)
The WebID project in the W3C Web Incubator Community Group (WICG) would
like to invite you to participate in a workshop on May 25 & 26 from
10:00-13:00 PDT dedicated to understanding the implications of federation
on the web in the face of privacy-preserving changes to eliminate
inappropriate user tracking. To date, discussions about aspects of
tracking, including eliminating third-party cookies, evolving the use of
link decoration, potential protocol-level changes, and so on, are happening
in several locations. Given the location of expertise on each of those
specific areas, that is entirely understandable. What we are hoping to
accomplish with this workshop is to bring all the communities grappling
with the impact of browser changes on federated identity together to
establish a common understanding of the challenges.
Day one will focus on presentations from browsers and large-scale IdP
operators. Each IdP operator will have around 15 minutes to offer their
perspective with 5 minutes to allow for clarification questions from
participants. Day two will focus on questions and discussion topics that
came out of day one.
The connection details, agenda, and notes for the day are in the WICG WebID
and participation requires joining the WICG and accepting the W3C’s Community
Contributor’s Agreement <https://www.w3.org/community/about/process/cla/>.
There is no cost to the workshop or WICG membership. We hope you can attend!
Heather Flanagan — Translator of Geek to Human
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