Re: [OAUTH-WG] New podcast on identity specifications

Vladimir Dzhuvinov <> Mon, 21 September 2020 21:42 UTC

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The mTLS vs DPoP was good in articulating how the two specs are alike,
how they differ and which particular type of app they are meant to serve.

I'm saying this as a person who is generally allergic to technical
podcasts :)

Maybe every RFC that comes out of this WG should have a podcast link at
the top, where the authors discuss it in simple, honest and non-speccy
terms, because that's often how people are best able to perceive the
spirit and subtleties of some technical or spec work.


On 21/09/2020 09:40, Vittorio Bertocci wrote:
> Dear all,
> This is an informal mail to inform you that there’s a new podcast
> <>,
> <>, dedicated to inform and explain new
> identity specs developments for developers.
> You can find a more detailed explanation of the podcast’s goals in
> but the TL;DR is that the spec themselves aren’t all that easy to read
> for the non-initiated, and a lot of useful info emerges during the
> discussions leading to the spec but rarely surface in a usable form to
> the people who don’t participate in discussions.
> The first episode
> <>,
> featuring Brian Campbell discussing MTLS & DPoP, should give you an
> idea of what season 1 of the show will look like.
> The full list of the first run is available here
> <>.
> Of 6 episodes, 3 of them are about specifications coming out of this
> WG- and all guests are actively involved in the IETF.
> My main goals sharing this info here are
>   * *Letting you know that the podcast exists*, so that you can make
>     use of it if you so choose (e.g. referring people to it if they
>     need to better understand something covered in an episode)
>   * *Soliciting proposals for new episodes*: topics you believe are
>     currently underserved, topics you are often asked about, topics
>     you would like to be interviewed about on the show
>   * *Growing the show’s subscriber base*. I was able to get backing
>     from my company to produce a podcast that has exactly ZERO product
>     pitches and is purely about identity specs promotion, on the
>     gamble that the topic does have an audience finding it useful. So
>     far the reception has been great, and we need to keep it up if we
>     want to have a season 2.  
> I hope you’ll find the initiative useful!
> Cheers,
> V.
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