[Txauth] WG name brainstorming - please participate!

Dick Hardt <dick.hardt@gmail.com> Fri, 01 May 2020 21:09 UTC

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Subject: [Txauth] WG name brainstorming - please participate!
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We now have our criteria for names, and we can now start the next step in
our process, brainstorming names!

Here is the criteria again:

Required:

   1. No confusion with another protocol, major software project, or
   IETF/IRTF WG name
   2. no existing registered trademarks in related classes
   3. Less than 1M results in Google
   4. Descriptive of protocol (this criteria is subjective)
   5. Not an offensive meaning to a member of the mail list

Desirable:

   1. Straightforward to pronounce
   2. Easy to spell
   3. Easy to read
   4. Shortish

We won't be judging or ranking names at this time -- we are brainstorming
names that are descriptive of the protocol.
We are hoping we can get the WG approved in the telechat May 21,
so ideally we would have r*ough consensus on the name by May 18.*

Let's brainstorm for a week, and then we can stack rank them on our
objective criteria, and then vote on the top candidates.

I'll start by submitting my favorite:

XAuth - Extensible delegated Authorization and Authentication protocol, or
just view the X as a placeholder and XAuth is OAuth ++