Meeting notes

Today's aims:

Agenda hacking:

Ledger audit:

Hackathon:

DID:

Testbed documentation:

DID resolution:

Orie explained https://w3c-ccg.github.io/did-resolution/

DID methods work is currently stalled due to re-chartering. Most of the
member's time is currently spent on VCs.

Ray: How does this relate to the work presented during the KEYTRANS BOF
(see
https://datatracker.ietf.org/meeting/116/materials/agenda-116-keytrans-02)?

Henk suggests to use the existing DID method and then to feed our
experience back to the W3C. He believes that using DIDs gives us
flexibility for identity systems. We should not be discouraged

Dick: We use standard PKI libraries. Can we use the existing PKI / X.509
certificates?

Orie: If you have a key that is a certificate then you can think of
certs fitting inside of DIDs. In some sense they are solving the same
problem.
You can use both together.

Henk: This would be a fall-back use case.

Hannes: Can X.509 certificates be encoded in the key structures of the
DID?

Orie: Yes, there is an JWK structure that can contain a X.509
certificate.

Hannes suggests to form a "design team" to write about how to use DIDs
for SCITT as input to the architecture draft.

Joey Salazar will think about helping with the write-up. Hannes
encourages others in the group to also step forward.

Hannes will post a mail to the list asking for interest to participate
at the next IETF hackathon.

Agenda topics for the next meeting: