Re: [scim] SCIM IG meeting today and an IETF 111 BOF

Danny Mayer <> Wed, 19 May 2021 22:00 UTC

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Subject: Re: [scim] SCIM IG meeting today and an IETF 111 BOF
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I'm having trouble with the meeting link. Can some send the link?


On 5/19/21 4:02 PM, Pamela Dingle wrote:
> Hi all,
> We spoke of putting together a BOF (birds of a feather meeting) for 
> IETF 111 in July in the last SCIM IG meeting, and wanted to be sure 
> the list at large also had a chance to comment.  We are likely to 
> discuss again in our meeting today -- the calendar invite for that 
> meeting is available on the SCIM IG github here: GitHub - 
> SCIM-Interest-Group/wiki <>
> During that last meeting, there was consensus that the existing 
> independent SCIM drafts (such as pagination, RP practices etc) have 
> value to the group and the group sees value in bringing those into a 
> place where they could be worked on anew.  In addition, there are 
> various changes to the core specification that the group has discussed 
> as needed, including clarity on authentication, how roles and other 
> "reference" pointers work, and a number of other items.
> If we are going to be ready we need to act quickly, we are already 
> getting close to the deadline for notifications, and then we need to 
> turn the basic statements above into concrete discussion and 
> proposals.  We were not able to get hold of Leif or Morteza, we 
> believe they both have other things on their minds at the present 
> moment, but I did receive positive encouragement from Leif in October 
> and Morteza before that, so I have reasonable confidence that this 
> move would neither be a surprise nor unwelcome.
> A BOF is a great test of whether there is sufficient momentum and 
> desire for further standards work here.  It would give us a chance not 
> only to hear from the enthusiasts but also from those who work in the 
> greater IETF ecosystem.  I think the time is right, but want to hear 
> from anyone here that feels otherwise.
> I hope to see many of you later today, we have a target of discussing 
> the soft-delete draft today, but I didn't have the email address of 
> everyone who discussed reviewing the spec so I'm not sure who will 
> bring in what.  No matter what I think it will be a lively 
> conversation!  The last time I tried to give the meeting time I was 
> off by an hour so to be sure I don't mess it up again, here is the 
> HTTP calendar link: 
> <>. 
> Thanks all,
> Pamela
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