Use Case Implementation
We had our 16th meeting on September 15, 2020. Two use case implementations were demonstrated to the group.
Omer Shafiq presented Vaccify — a COVID-19 Initiative by TrustNet Pakistan focusing on vaccination certification. The demo featured a web interface for the issuer and verifier and a mobile wallet app for the holder. The application provides a well-thought-out and streamlined user experience.
Nick Morris (ObyNote) presented Covid19Pass. The system enables the SSI-compliant storage and sharing of COVID-19 status without requiring a privacy-risky central database. No personally identifiable information or COVID-19 status results are stored outside of the user’s direct control and the user determines which attributes of their ID and status results are communicated to a third party.
For more information about the demos, please visit our meeting page. Our next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 29, 16:00-17:00 CEST, with two demonstrations confirmed.
Rules & Governance
The CCI GF Task Force has been reviewing the current set of work in order to revise and make better projections for the availability of the final version of the document. The homepage now has the updated milestones. In addition to making available a pre-release version of the document for input and feedback, the group has also initiated conversations around how to bootstrap governance authorities to adopt and deploy into production the aspects of the framework.
The CCI GF Task Force hopes to make the v2 of the Governance Framework publicly available on and after Oct. 5, 2020. To begin with, it will be available only in English, and we will be adding further languages based on contributions from a volunteer community of translators.
Coordination & Communications
We are making steady progress at various fronts: newsletters, Twitter and the CCI Knowledge Base. Ideas about how to better build CCI's thought leadership by producing original content regularly through blog posts are being discussed in our small team. If you are interested in writing for CCI, please email Lucy Yang for more information.
Beyond routine activities, we are working to push forward our conversation with Linux Foundation Public Health while supporting the Use Case Implementation Workstream to identify and confirm more projects to demo at CCI.