Topic: Main Topic - Open Badges 3.0 Candidate Release Review
<phil_l_(p1)> No worries Kerri ;-)
<phil_l_(p1)> Just to clarify - list of items in Kerri's slides are differences between 1EdTech vs. the VC v1.1 data model.
<keith_kowal> Can the issuer ID be a DID?
<dmitri_zagidulin> @keith - yes.
Phil_L_(P1): Yeah that's actually going to become even more significant as we get to the point of trying to retroactive a retrospectively convert issued credentials from years past into a verifiable credential format and and so it's not unreasonable to think in a relatively short time someone will have credentials from 10 years ago or eight years ago that an institution issued as a PDF or whatever and. ✪
Phil_L_(P1): It is to convert that into a structured. ✪
Phil_L_(P1): She'll have been developed and that big difference than will become pretty significant. ✪
<david_ward> In OB3, there is an activityStartDate and activityEndDate allowed in the credentialSubject to specify those dates.
<sharon_leu> @Marty, probably an offline convo, but curious what is the use case for collection (clr2) vs presentation of badges
<john_kuo> +1 i recall this discussion. clarity > accuracy...
<phil_l_(p1)> Perhaps those differences that are salient to the plugfest might be a good focusing factor?
<marty_reed> yes, they will be discussed in the workgroup this Thursday
<dmitri_zagidulin> Marty are you saying it'll be fixed in OBv4? :)
<dmitri_zagidulin> awww hahah too bad
<david_ward> OB3 does still allow for "baking" a badge into an image as well, so that it could be shared.
Phil_L_(P1): Yeah well I just wanted to extend what you just said in that if you included image in the v-spec you're including just the image in you're not.you're not doing the baking in that by including the image in the v-spec you're giving an image that goes along with the data that's in the Json lots of study at that link to that image is also contained so there is a there are ways of making or or layering. ✪
<davidc> David_Chadwick pointed out that the VC evidence field is a set and therefore it can represent the evidence associated with the open badge credential and, as the NGI Atlantic project is doing, evidence related to the authentication of the user