<phil> What I don't see in the categories of credentials are assertions about work such as those emerging from HR Open, e.g., Work History. Or Salary History. etc. Are the groupings arbitrary, and more can be created?
<phil> How is the educational credential represented? Via a CLR? Or are there a set of credential data model standard payloads? Alternately, is this just a image of the diploma?
<phil> How are you enabling selective disclosure of a rich set of data in a standard data model payload?
<phil> Can someone (Anil) post the link to the wallet videos that Manu referred to?
<heathervescent> This is an opportunity to have clear, explicit use cases.
<tallted> Verifier -- needs ability to request collection ; Holder -- needs ability to request (from issuer or other holders) or assemble (for verifier or other holders) collection ; Issuer -- needs ability to assemble collection ; where "collection" is "package" or "verifiable presentation"
<mprorock> have to jump for another call, but wanted to call out to Jeff and company that this is awesome and the work is much appreciated
<nate_otto_(@ottonomy)_badgr/csky> * though make sure to disambiguate selective disclosure of claims from a single credential vs selecting which credentials form a presentation.
<tallted> random related concern -- university VC about degree may include year of attainment -- which hints at subject's *age* which can feed into discrimination issues, so may not be desired as inclusion in disclosure...
<phil> Interesting - one of the design goals of the VC model is disintermediation of the issuer and the need to go back to them for verification of assertions.