This consultation on Trust and Identity Document Stewardship closed on November 4, 2016
Documents for review (note that as of 2017, these are consider older versions)
- Trust and Identity Document Stewardship, which describes the stewardship process, and
- The Document Repository Service, which describes the Trust and Identity Division's support service for the process and the documents. It also contains criteria for the selection of a technical platform for the repository itself.
Updated but not yet formally accepted documents are here (google doc)
As of May 2017:
Consultation Proposals and Feedback
If you have comments that do not lend themselves well to the tabular format below, please create a new Google doc and link to it in the suggestion section below.
|Number||Current Text||Proposed Text / Query / Suggestion||Proposer||+1 (add your name here if you agree with the proposal)||Action (please leave this column blank)|
|1||Should Internet2 Be Creating Standards?||Steve Olshansky||Text will be revised to clarify what is meant by "standard" in this context.|
Documents must be plain text, PDF, or HTML. PDF documents must be accompanied by a plain text or HTML representation of the document.
Documents must be plain text or accessible HTML. An accessible PDF representation may accompany the document.
|Brett Bieber||Text will be revised as suggested.|
|3||Add Accessibility as a required factor for any additional repository format.||Brett Bieber||Great suggestion. This will be added.|
|4||The term "Work History" is not well defined||Marlena Merrin-Erdos||Good point. The text will be revised to indicate that "Work History" refers to things such as wiki materials, and perhaps mailing list archives, that are not part of published documents but can illuminate authors' thought processes.|