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Solid Editors

Below is a listing of the Solid Editorial Team and their respective assignments. See Reviewing Proposals for an explanation of how the editorial process is used to review and accept changes to Solid Specifications, the Solid Roadmap, and Supporting Documentation.

Editorial Team

Name WebID
Tim Berners-Lee WebID
Justin Bingham WebID
Dmitri Zagidulin WebID
Kjetil Kjernsmo WebID
Sarven Capadisli WebID
Ruben Verborgh WebID

Editorial Assignments

Editorial assignments are broken into three sections; Solid Specification, Solid Roadmap, and Supporting Documentation.

Solid Specification

The Solid Specification covers a broad range of topics, from resource access and decentralized authentication to data portability and querying. Consequently, it requires a group of individuals with a wide range of skillsets to provide thorough editorial review of proposals to extend or alter the specification.

Editorial assignments to the specification are by topic. A given editor may be assigned to one or more topics. Some topics may have dedicated primary documents, while other topics may occur throughout the specification.

Resource Access

Pertaining to the access of resources in a data pod over a network via HTTP and LDP

Assigned Editors: Kjetil Kjernsmo, Ruben Verborgh
Primary Documents: solid/specification/resource-access

Identity

Pertaining to mechanisms that universally identify people or applications.
Assigned Editors: No editors assigned yet
Primary Documents:

Authentication

Pertaining to mechanisms that authenticate a person or application for the purposes of accessing resources in a data pod.
Assigned Editors: Justin Bingham
Primary Documents: solid/specification/webid-oidc, solid/specification/webid-tls, solid/webid-oidc-spec

Authorization

Pertaining to mechanisms that control the access a given agent has to read or manipulate resources in a data pod.
Assigned Editors: Kjetil Kjernsmo
Primary Documents: solid/specification/resource-access, solid/specification/wac, solid/web-access-control-spec

Events and Notifications

Pertaining to mechanisms that process and/or emit events between pods and agents, or other pods.
Assigned Editors: Sarven Capadisli, Ruben Verborgh
Primary Documents:

Data Interoperability

Pertaining to mechanisms that ensure disparate applications or agents can safely and seamlessly read and write the data they need.
Assigned Editors: Kjetil Kjernsmo, Ruben Verborgh, Justin Bingham, Sarven Capadisli
Primary Documents:

Data Portability

Pertaining to mechanisms that ensure the portability of data stored in a data pod such that it can be safely migrated between conformant Solid server implementations, as well as exported to other mediums.
Assigned Editors: Justin Bingham
Primary Documents:

Data Models

Pertaining to core vocabularies and data shapes essential to a working ecosystem of data pods and applications.
Assigned Editors: Kjetil Kjernsmo, Justin Bingham, Sarven Capadisli
Primary Documents: solid/vocab

Auditing

Pertaining to the mechanisms through which access and manipulation events of resources in a data pod are recorded and accessible.
Assigned Editors: No editors assigned yet
Primary Documents:

Querying

Pertaining to the mechanisms, such as SPARQL and TPF, through which a given agent can provide query parameters to a data pod and receive results satisfying the same.
Assigned Editors: Kjetil Kjernsmo, Ruben Verborgh
Primary Documents:

Cryptography

Pertaining to the mechanisms through which cryptographic techniques are employed to provide data privacy, data integrity, and verifiable information.
Assigned Editors: No editors assigned yet
Primary Documents:

Security

Pertaining to mechanisms used and considerations taken when securing a data pod, a conformant server implementation, and/or the immediate ecosystem around them.
Assigned Editors: Justin Bingham
Primary Documents: solid/specification/security

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