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Welcome to the OASIS XDI TC Technical Committee Wiki. XDI is a format and protocol for semantic data interchange -- the ability for different systems, applications, and databases to describe, map, exchange, link, synchronize, and protect data using a shared semantic graph model. XDI uses a globally addressable graph model based on the RDF graph model defined by the W3C Semantic Web activity.

The XDI TC is currently in the process of drafting the XDI 1.0 suite of specifications through a process of submitting, discussing, and approving proposals on this wiki.

Pages recently added or significantly updated: XdiSignature, XdiDesignGoals, XdiSymbolTable, PrivacyByDesign, CoreSpecOutline, LinkContractPattern, XdiAbnf.

XDI TC Wiki Quickstart Guide

Recommended Starting Pages

The XDI Graph Model - contains links to introductory materials explaining XDI and the XDI graph model

XDI Design Goals - The ten major design goals for the XDI graph model and semantic data interchange protocol

XDI ABNF - formal ABNF rules defining the XDI graph model

XDI Serialization Formats - the JSON serialization formats (and 2 text display formats) for XDI

XDI Messages - the basic patterns for XDI messaging

XDI Signatures - the pattern for digitally signing or encrypting an XDI graph, including an XDI message

XDI Link Contracts - how XDI does portable semantic authorization

XDI Policy Expression - how XDI does semantic policy expression

XDI Discovery - how XDI does P2P discovery of XDI endpoint URIs

TC Process Pages

XDI 1.0 Specs List - a list of the proposed XDI 1.0 specifications

Proposal Drafting - instructions to TC members for drafting proposal pages

Spec Drafting - instructions for XDI spec editors

New Pages - instructions about adding a new proposal page (or other page) to the wiki

Approved Proposals

Approved - proposals approved by the TC to be included in XDI 1.0

New Proposals by Priority

Last Call - proposals that have been decided and now are in the 2-week final review period before approval

Current - proposals currently being decided on

High

Medium

Low

All Proposals by Category

All Active Proposals

Graph Model

Serialization

Messaging (formerly "API")

Discovery

Link Contracts

Security

Privacy

Dictionary

Queries

Conformance

Inactive Proposals

Inactive - proposals that are no longer being actively pursued (retained for archive purposes)

Informative Pages

Informative (NOT part of XDI 1.0 specs)

Reference Pages

XdiDollarDictionary - a list of all proposed entries for the XDI $ dictionary

XDI Symbol Table - summary of the symbols used in XDI syntax

Pending Issues - issues that do not yet have formal proposal pages

XDI Demo Server - information about the TC's open public XDI demo server

Archived Pages - pages whose content is no longer current (retained for archive purposes)

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