Minutes for SCIM at interim-2014-scim-4
System for Cross-domain Identity Management
||Minutes for SCIM at interim-2014-scim-4
* Bjorn Aannestad (note taker)
* Kelly Grizzle
* Ian Glazer
* Morteza Ansari
* Phil Hunt
* Melvin Laguren
Ticket #18: Still waiting on comments by end of this week. Once that
happens, then Morteza/Leif will close the thread. All comments so far been
in favor adopting the JSON patch.
Ticket #61 was handled as part of Phil's updates for 18, limiting characters
that can be used in attribute names. #71 and #72 are related to #61, both
about localization issues.
Decision to make a consensus call for #61, so that #18 can also be closed.
(Noted that JSON allows any string, but SCIM attribute names appear in
Tickets #43, #36: Dropping short-hand notation... consensus was
confirmed already for #43. Phil will change language to follow the
RFC5646 as the HTTPbis WG does in section 3.1.3 of their draft. And, add
language to recommend support both underscores and (the new) dashes
for backwards compatibility.
Phil will fix #62, #63, #65 in a draft subsequent to the draft that contains
changes related to #18.
Ticket #65 (Removing method overload header) Kelly reports finding a
need for the header when using a new Blackberry browser. It can't do a
SCIM PATCH unless the overload header is supported. Kelly will add more
explanation to the ticket. However, based on earlier discussion we either
have to use a registered method override, or remove it from the spec.
Referred to Julian and Leif for their opinions.
Ticket #73 - (Async support for long bulk operations) Discussion around
need to address this now, or wait till its a problem. Phil may
request comments from the mailing list. Also, consideration must be made
for what happens after a timed out HTTP operation. Discussion led to
conclusion that bulk operations are valuable, and async operations should
be a separate extension draft.
Ian Glazer is "taking the baton" from Chuck Mortimer, representing
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