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2024-01-25 Minutes of the Code Signing Certificate Working Group


Atsushi Inaba, Bhat Abhishek, Brianca Martin, Bruce Morton, Corey Bonnell, Dean Coclin, Ian McMillan, Inigo Barreira, Janet Hines, Keshava N, Lucy Buecking, Martijn Katerbarg, Mohit Kumar, Richard Kisley, Scott Rea, Thomas Zermeno, Tim Crawford, Tim Hollebeek, Trevoli Ponds-White


  1. Roll Call
    • Completed by Dean
  2. Antitrust reminder
    • Completed by Dean
  3. Approve prior meeting minutes – Jan 11th
    • Meeting Minutes from 2024/01/11 sent out on 2024/01/12, Approved
  4. Ballot CSC-21 Signing Service: Status
    • In IPR until 2024/02/18
  5. Ballot CSC-22 Proposed High Risk Ballot: Status
    • In IPR until 2024/02/18
  6. Proposed ballot Remove EV Guideline References status
  7. Proposed ballot CSCWG charter update status
    • Completed at the Forum level, and merged.
  8. Proposed ballot for Time-stamp Requirements update.
  9. Other business
    • Membership application from Troy Anderson, Common Crypto Authority as an Interested Party
      • No objections for adding as an Interested Party
    • Next F2F Discussion Topics?
      • Most folks will attend virtually
      • To discuss at next meeting on 2024/02/08
      • Group to bring item ideas for the F2F
      • Consider Certificate Transparency & simplifying EV code signing
      • Consider making the session at the F2F shorter (currently on Tuesday night at 11:30pm ET, 8:30pm PT)
  10. Next meeting – February 8th
  11. Adjourn
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