[cabfpub] F2F topic proposal - future thoughts

Eric Mill eric at konklone.com
Fri Feb 10 14:34:35 UTC 2017

I'm happy to perform a neutral third party role and handle cards and get
clarifications from individuals without revealing identity, if it's of any
help. I think this is a great idea.

-- Eric

On Feb 10, 2017 9:13 AM, "Dean Coclin via Public" <public at cabforum.org>

> Actually we did something similar to this in Phoenix where I passed out
> paper and each person wrote down 1 thing they would like to see changed by
> the end of the year. I then grouped the results and shared at the end of
> the meeting.  I still have those and am happy to summarize. Off the top of
> my head, the items included, making the CABF a "formal" organization,
> changing cert validity periods, eliminating SHA-1, working on SMIME,
> codesigning.
> Having said that, it's probably a good idea to do a refresh.
> Dean
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> Cc: Peter Bowen <pzb at amzn.com>
> Subject: [cabfpub] F2F topic proposal - future thoughts
> I would like a propose a topic for the F2F: future thoughts.  The concept
> is to discuss where members may want to see WebPKI go over the next few
> years.  Given the possible sensitivities, I propose we use a slightly
> unique discussion process.
> Starting at the beginning of the F2F, we have note cards and a closed drop
> box.  Anyone can add ideas or topics and drop it into the box — no name
> needed.  At the beginning of the session the box is opened and passed
> around the room.  Each person draws one card and reads it aloud.  The
> topics are all recorded and grouped.  Then we discuss them, either in
> groups or as a whole.
> I am proposing this because we have seen a number of references to past
> meetings where apparently someone said something that was not widely
> understood to be a future plan.  Rather than have something mentioned in
> passing, I would prefer to have concepts clearly presented and highlighted
> so both CAs and Browsers can go home after the meeting and think about
> them.  By using the card approach it masks who is suggesting what,
> hopefully allowing a freer set of thoughts.
> Do others think this would be valuable?
> Thanks,
> Peter
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