Glossary, Version 2.0. J. Hodges, et al. Liberty
Alliance Project, 2006.
This spec, and the three following ones, are a
portion of the spec set defining the Liberty ID-WSF
v2 protocol suite. Additionally, I contributed to six
other specs in the spec set.
Specification, Version 2.0. J.
Hodges, C. Cahill, et al. Liberty Alliance Project, 2006.
This spec defines a simple service discovery
protocol for theID-WSF
v2 protocol suite, and is an evolution of the ID-WSF v1.1
version. Its data model and on-the-wire representation leverages WS-Addressing
Specification, Version 2.0. J. Hodges, J.
Kemp, R. Aarts, G. Whitehead, P. Madsen, et al. Liberty Alliance
This spec defines how ordinary ID-WSF
messages are bound to SOAPv1.1
messages, as well as the ID-WSF SOAP header blocks effecting the
"framework" portion of the "identity web services framwork".
Overview, Paul Madsen (ed.), Eve Maler, (ed.),
Thomas Wisniewski, Tony Nadalin, Scott Cantor, Jeff Hodges, Prateek
Mishra, OASIS SSTC Committee Draft, 12 April 2005.
Registration, Jeff Hodges; Approved by IESG and registered with IANA on 15 December 2004.
This MIME Media Type Registration, and the one
cited immediately below, were the first ones performed in the
so-called "standards tree" via the new "fast track" registration
process (for MIME Media Types defined by SDOs other than the IETF)
wherein publication of an RFC describing the new MIME Media Type being
registered is not required. See RFC 4288. I authored
the registration statements in collaboration with other SSTC
Technical Specification. J. Hodges, RL "Bob" Morgan. IETFRFC
3377, September 2002.
Definition of LDAPv3 in terms of which RFCs it
consists of, and addressing the "IESG Note" gracing RFCs 2251 through