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Thank you so much Daniel, Brent!
I hope you had a great start today with the first meeting of the DID WG. We would like to let you know that Jolocom’s application to W3C has been approved, and that we will be a member effective Oct 1st. We are really excited to work with you and the whole DID WG. We will make sure that someone of the Jolocom team will be at the next meeting, and in the meanwhile be present during calls.
The very best for this WG and all the success in Japan!
Thank you to everyone who has joined the DID WG. We are getting ready for TPAC next week and are excited to get the ball rolling.
I wanted to once again invite those who are not W3C members to consider the benefits of membership, and to join us in the DID WG.
We are thrilled to announce the formation of the Decentralized Identifier Working Group (DIDWG) under the W3C. The group's primary output will be the Decentralized Identifier v1.0 normative specification. Please join us!
This work has been incubated in the community for years, and we would like everyone interested in the continued success of DIDs to participate in the DIDWG.
We encourage W3C member organizations to join the DIDWG and nominate participants who will help move the work forward.
We invite those who see the great potential of DIDs, who are not yet W3C members, to join the W3C and help the DIDWG in producing this standard.
For those who are unable to join the W3C, but who still wish to participate, a limited number of invitations may be available. These invitations can only be made to persons who cannot join the W3C, but have expertise that could be of great benefit to the DIDWG. Please contact the group chairs for more information.