<orie> sounds like yes to JSON, no to other formats that don't have a canonical form.... but don't block it....
<manu_sporny> effectively, yes, Orie.
<wayne_chang> JCS is pretty widely implemented
<orie> thank you Markus and Phil!
<wayne_chang> yes, thanks for chairing. ya'll are pushing the ecosystem forward in foundational ways
<mprorock> integrity is way better than proof imho
<orie> manu, instead of saying big companies don't like PoW... maybe you meant big companies care about the environment and want to signal that in the charter?
<mprorock> small companies are also a big fan of avoiding excess energy creation, consumption, and sourcing
<orie> "Supply chain meets blockchain for end-to-end mineral tracking"
<orie> I would call that "Software supply chain attacks considered out of scope"
<orie> Workday and Consensus have used JCS like that.
<orie> obviously JOSE is also "locked into json"
<orie> the key difference between "information" and "information serialization"
<dave_longley> LDI (Linked Data Integrity) w/RDF canonicalization doesn't lock your signatures to JSON, you can translate to other syntaxes without losing your signatures (different syntaxes are helpful for different use cases, e.g., expressing data in QR codes) -- that's the difference.