[OpenID-Specs-eKYC-IDA] Salutation as a claim

Torsten Lodderstedt torsten at lodderstedt.net
Wed Jan 29 16:30:04 UTC 2020

Hi Marcos, 

fair point. I would also not expect the salutation to turn up in a verified claims (although the definition is rather generic and allows to add any claim as long at it makes sense under a certain trust framework).

Section 3.1. was initially intended to add user claims to OIDC that are useful but missing in the core spec. So it was not limited to potential verified claims. 

best regards,

> On 29. Jan 2020, at 17:15, Marcos Sanz via Openid-specs-ekyc-ida <openid-specs-ekyc-ida at lists.openid.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> while talking about (or, better said, "only hearing")
> https://bitbucket.org/openid/ekyc-ida/issues/1088/register-new-claims-in-oauth-jwt-claims
> in today's call, the claim "salutation" got my attention.
> I know it has been there from the beginning. I have been thinking about it and am not sure why this should a claim in the sense of a proved/verified/assured property of an natural person. Salutation might depend on the gender, the language, the social context... even the time of the day! I don't think we'll find an evidence document proving a salutation.
> I've seen lots of databases storing the salutation along with the personal data of a person in order to make easy to write personalized emails/letters, but that's completely another context. I'd love to hear your thoughts about this before I open any issue in the tracker.
> Best,
> Marcos
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