The GSWG meets bi-weekly on Thursdays at 11:00-12:00 PT / 18:00-19:00 UTC. Check the ToIP Calendar for meeting dates.
Zoom Meeting Recording
- Scott Perry
- Drummond Reed
- John Phillips
- Carly Huitema
- Judith Fleenor
- Chris Raczkowski
- Salvatore DAgostino
- Keerthi Thomas
- Steven Milstein
- Neil Thomson
- Rebeka Skeete
- Daniel Bachenheimer
- Mary Lacity
- Scott Whitmire
- Joseph Hunsaker
Main Goal of this Meeting
1)Vote on remaining Vice Chair position and 2) hear from the Trust Registry Task Force.
Agenda Items and Notes (including all relevant links)
|5 mins||Review of action items from previous meeting||Chairs|
|5 mins||Update on Governance Task Forces||TF Leads|
Carly Huitema explained that the GATF is going to pivot to focus on governance for a specific governance target: trust registries. Governance Architecture Task Force - methodology documentation currently being developed: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FfeyooY6Kw016D-UxeM6NnL4lhRoUKJiZa8ctIx1sNg/edit#
Scott Perry said that trust registries are playing an increasingly important role in digital trust ecosystems.
|20 mins||Vice-Chair Candidate Discussion|
Five candidates have come forward with interest in the GSWG Vice Chair position: Chris Raczkowski, Salvatore D'Agostino, Keerthi Thomas, and John Phillips. We'll hear from each of them and discuss/work through the process of electing a candidate.
Scott said that the vice chair position is also a learning opportunity to "learn the ropes" and, if the interest is there, prepare to become a future co-chair of the GSWG.
Drummond pointed out that there is no limit on the number of vice chairs that a WG can have.
Carly also announced that there is availability to be co-chair of the Governance Architecture Task Force for those members that are interested.
Chris and Sal were fine with withdrawing in favor of the other three.
John was interested in helping Carly and Alex with the Governance Architecture TF because of the APAC time and work being performed.
There was consensus on the following:
|15 mins||Overview of the Trust Registry Task Force||Neil Thomson|
Discuss work products and task forces we should be considering this year
Trust Registry Task Force is defining the place of the trust registry in the overall structure of an ecosystem. This will help define requirements of the trust registries.
There was a good discussion of the role of trust registries.
Scott concluded that "a trust registry helps participants make trust decisions" within a particular context.
Scott recommended that anyone interested in the Trust Registry Governance TF try to start attending Trust Registry Task Force meetings (currently Thursdays at 07:00-8:00 PT / 15:00-16:00 UTC for NA/EU and 18:00-19:00 PT / 02:00-03:00 UTC for APAC).
- DECISION: Steven Milstein and Keerthi Thomas shall join Drummond Reed as vice chairs of the Governance Stack Working Group.