[cabfpub] Ballot FORUM-0XX: Modify Charter of Server Certificate Working Group
roman.fischer at swisssign.com
Fri May 19 06:50:28 UTC 2023
I would like to comment on the suggested changes concerning the minimal attendance at telcos or F2F to remain a member of the WG. I don't think such a mandatory presence is a good idea for the following reasons:
* From my experience, I learned that mandatory presence only makes people dial in and not even listen to the conference, having no positive effect on participation or contribution.
* The telcos and most of the F2F are outside of at least Europe's working hours (9am-5pm, with telcos typically starting at 5pm) which makes attendance difficult.
* The chair of the WG would have extra effort to calculate if a member meets the minimal attendance requirement and if not, start the process of warning/suspending the member.
This leads me to ask to remove this requirement.
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Subject: [cabfpub] Ballot FORUM-0XX: Modify Charter of Server Certificate Working Group
Here is a draft ballot to modify the Charter of the Server Certificate Working Group.
Ballot FORUM-0XX: Modify Charter of Server Certificate Working Group
Purpose of the Ballot
During discussions at Face-to-Face Meeting 58, it was noted that the membership criteria for Certificate Consumers in the Charter for the Server Certificate Working Group (SCWG) lacked sufficient detail. Since then, several members of the CA/Browser Forum have worked to develop better criteria for membership of Certificate Consumers in the SCWG.
This ballot modifies the Charter of the SCWG based on version 1.2 and changes the criteria for voting membership of both Certificate Issuers and Certificate Consumers in the SCWG.
The following motion has been proposed by Ben Wilson of Mozilla and endorsed by ______ of ______ and _____ of _____.
MODIFY the Charter of the Server Certificate Working Group as specified in the following redline:
This ballot does not propose a Final Guideline or Final Maintenance Guideline. The procedure for approval of this ballot is as follows:
Discussion (7 days)
Start Time: 2023-05-XX xx:xx UTC
End Time: Not before 2023-05-xx xx:xx UTC
Vote for approval (7 days)
Start Time: TBD
End Time: TBD
I am looking for two endorsers.
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