|Remove requirement for administrative contact
|Change the name 'provenance' to 'registration criteria'
|Use RFC2119 references
|Change wording on metadata refresh and verification to "Service Provider *claims to*" and remove reference to verification
|Don't use url-encoded characters for the url
|Final version will be moved to the REFEDS wiki and resolve at the URL for the entity category so this won't be an issue
|Tidy up Identity Provider / Service Provider / IdP / SP consistency
|Remove requirement for technical contact
|Add requirement for mdui:InformationURL
|Internet2 proposal for a section on 'deployment considerations': https://refeds.terena.org/images/0/05/REFEDs_RandS_Comments_From_InC_TAC-2013-10-02.pdf
|This has not been implemented. Most of the recommendations are good practice guidelines for doing federated access and are NOT specific to the R&S Entity Category so should be addressed elsewhere. A new section on 'attribute request' has been added to address the issues raised in this section about SP behaviour.
|Internet2 Internet2 proposal for a section on 'normative statements': https://refeds.terena.org/images/0/05/REFEDs_RandS_Comments_From_InC_TAC-2013-10-02.pdf.
|This section is only required if the the REFEDS proposal seeks to control the behaviour of ALL R&S like entity categories AND propose its own implementation of it. I would suggest that we ONLY want to seek to control the REFEDS R&S Entity Category, so this section is not needed. For discussion.
|Use numbering for ease of reference
|How do we seek to control currency and appropriateness of R&S tags?
|For discussion. Require FO to undertake a lightweight annual review?
|Does 4.3.1 need revising? Clumsy at the moment, is binding reference necessary? What does support mean?
|Change the definition section to: Traditionally, the three dimensions of academic endeavor are: research and scholarship, instruction, and service. A candidate for the Research & Scholarship Category is a Service Provider that supports research and scholarship as an essential component.