[scim] draft-shahzad-scim-device-model-00

Eliot Lear <lear@lear.ch> Wed, 26 October 2022 05:49 UTC

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Subject: [scim] draft-shahzad-scim-device-model-00
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Hello SCIM folk,

On behalf of Muhammed Shahzad, Hassan Iqbar, and myself, I would like to 
bring to your attention the first try at a device schema for SCIM.[1]  A 
few things to point out:

  * There are actually several schema in this draft.  The first is a
    base device schema.  The others are extensions for additional
  * The intent of this schema is to demonstrate how one can provision
    devices that make use of different L2 technologies, some even
    without IP capabilities, with different bootstrapping methods.
  * We've made use of JSON schema to present the work.  This has posed
    us one particular challenge that we have yet to clean up: line
    length limitations in drafts.

We'd ask the chairs for some time to present and discuss in London.  I 
expect we'll need to refactor here and there, but we'd like input on the 
core concept, as well as the objects themselves.  A Github repository is 
available at https://github.com/iot-onboarding/scim-devices.



[1] https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/draft-shahzad-scim-device-model