Submission of XACML 1.0 for Consideration as an OASIS Standard
Subject: Submission of XACML 1.0 for Consideration as an OASIS Standard... From: Carlisle Adams <email@example.com> To: "'firstname.lastname@example.org'" Date: Fri, 13 Dec 2002 13:11:53 -0500
Title: Submission of XACML 1.0 for Consideration as an OASIS Standard...
As a result of a unanimous vote of the eXtensible Access Control Markup Language Technical Committee conducted on Thursday 12 December 2002, the co-chairs hereby submit the XACML 1.0 Committee Specification for consideration as an OASIS Standard.
In accordance with the process stipulated in Section 2 of the OASIS Technical Committee Process, the TC has published:
(a) A formal specification that is a valid member of its type,
(b) Appropriate documentation for the specification, and
(c) A clear English-language summary of the specification.
This material, in the currently-recommended OASIS format, is available on the TC web site at:
(d) Certifications of Use
The chairs are pleased to report that 3 OASIS organizational members have provided attestations with respect to successfully using XACML 1.0. These attestations may be found at:
Although there is nothing explicit in the OASIS rules requiring implementation of a specification, the chairs are also pleased to report that there are at least three known implementations of the XACML 1.0 Committee Specification that pass the full suite of tests created for conformance determination, as well as several other implementations of various portions of the specification. The members of the TC are therefore confident that the Committee Specification is fully implementable.
(e) Public comments and resolutions.
The following message contains a detailed description of all public comments received on this specification along with the TC resolution of each comment:
(f) History of previous OASIS standardization attempts.
There have been no past attempts to submit XACML for OASIS standardization.
(g) Publicly visible comments archive.
The XACML TC comment archive can be found at:
(h) OASIS IPR policy statement.
The chairs certify that all members of the TC have been provided with a copy of the OASIS IPR policy.
Please do not hesitate to let us know if there is anything further that you require.
Carlisle Adams and Hal Lockhart
Co-Chairs, OASIS XACML TC
Prepared by Robin Cover for The XML Cover Pages archive. See "Extensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML)."