Re: [KAML] Reminder: BOF proposals to me by October 1

Leif Johansson <leifj@it.su.se> Tue, 25 September 2007 20:47 UTC

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Paul Rabinovich wrote:
> 	Leif,
>
> 	IMO it's preferable to keep the LoA piece under the Kerberos WG
> rather than under the KAML WG since - in the short-term - out-of-the-box
> SAML 2.0 seems not to be able to help with LoA. Whatever we design, however,
>   
I think you are wrong. There are at least two ways to model LoA
using SAML - using an AC class or using an attribute.

    Cheers Leif
> should be extensible and eventually support/take advantage of/migrate to
> SAML 2.x.
>
>   



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