OpenID Connect / Account Chooser Meeting @ IETF 87 Berlin

Published July 22, 2013
OpenID Foundation is hosting a joint WG meeting at IETF 87 Berlin on Sunday, July 28. People interested in OpenID ConnectAccount Chooser, and how they relate to IETF specifications such as OAuth, JSON Web Token (JWT), and JSON Object Signing and Encryption (JOSE) are meeting at IETF #87.  We will meet at 2:00 on Sunday, July 28th, and have the room all afternoon.  An overview of the specifications and status will be provided. Toppics will include:
  • Interoperability
  • Compliance
  • Using the OAuth Assertion profile
  • Bootstraping a Web session from a native client.
  • Non-Web clients
  • RS-AS communication.
  • OpenID 2.0 to Connect transition
Non Members are welcome to attend, but must be aware of the OIDF IPR policy.
NOTICE: An OpenID IPR contribution agreement is not mandatory in order to participate in this workshop.  If participants provide feedback, they (on behalf of themselves and any organization they represent) are deemed to agree that;Attendee gives s OIDF the right to use their feedback and comments. Attendee  grants to OpenID Foundation a perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive, royalty-free, worldwide license, with the right to directly and indirectly sublicense, to use, copy, license, publish, and distribute and exploit the Feedback in any way, and to prepare derivative works that are based on or incorporate all or part of the Feedback for the purpose of developing and promoting OpenID Foundation specifications and enabling the implementation of the same. Also, by giving Feedback, attendee warrants that they have rights to provide this feedback. Please note that feedback is not treated as confidential and that OpenID Foundation is not required to incorporate feedback into any version of an OIDF specification.