Re: [Rats] Agenda Requests

Laurence Lundblade <> Wed, 30 October 2019 18:15 UTC

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I’d like to request 60 minutes to work on current open EAT issues:

Detailed discussion on submods and nesting. 
Boot state / debug as levels, not Booleans <> (goal is to assign someone from Arm and Intel to review).
OEMID Clarifications PR <> 
UEID size PR <>
CWT cti, JWT jti and nonce claim <>
Claim optionality. <> Should only be confirmation this can be closed.
Claim characteristics PR <>. Relates to above. 

Follow links to GitHub for details (and comment sooner rather than later if you can).

I’d also like to request 30 minutes in Singapore to discuss when or whether we work on the following:

Software Inventory claims
Measurement and integrity claims
Public key claims

These seem like very important claims to me for core use cases and EAT would be only half-useful without them, but they will be hard work and take time and thus likely to push EAT into late 2020 or 2021. 

I know I’m asking for a lot of time (maybe it isn’t possible). My reasons are:
I would like to see EAT complete sooner (2020) rather than later (2021…)
Engagement and comments on the EAT claims have been light; it’s not clear there is consensus on many EAT claims
I think EAT can make a lot of progress in parallel with architecture, but that isn’t happening so much 



> On Oct 28, 2019, at 7:36 AM, Kathleen Moriarty <> wrote:
> Greetings!
> This is an official call for agenda items.  We have received some and will be sorting through those to post soon, but would like to make an official call for agenda items.
> -- 
> Best regards,
> Kathleen
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