Commit e64e2c6e authored by Rieks Joosten's avatar Rieks Joosten

Merge branch 'drafting-templates' into 'master'

First set of (draft) templates for BOC#1

See merge request !15
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# <!--subproject name-->: Contribution To eSSIF-Lab Vision and Framework
For more information, please contact:
<!--
- name of the person to contact
- ways to contact this person (email, git, slack, others...)
-->
<!--This is a template that can be used to describe the contribution that the project makes to the SSI and eSSIF-Lab vision and framework, for which the deadline is Monday 7 September EOB.
Try to be brief, to the point, and concrete in your descriptions. Appropriately refer/link to your own work and/or that of others.
Be mindful of the audience you target, which are primarily project experts that evaluate your work, but there may be other audiences as well.-->
## Summary
This document describes the contributions that this project makes to the [eSSIF-Lab Vision and Framework](https://essif-lab.pages.grnet.gr/framework/). <!--Summarize the contributions you have made, and plan to make, appropriately referencing the parts of the vision/framework.-->
## Contributions for eSSIF-Lab goals
<!--Concisely describe if/how your solution contributes to reduce
- administrative burdens for citizens and businesses, e.g. through automated filling in of forms, and/or support of automated issuing of missing pieces of data.
- data verification and decision costs for government and organisations, e.g. through automated requests for semantically specified data, and/or automated decision making
- ... (other business issues)
-->
## Contributions to symmetry in business transactions
<!--Concisely describe if how your solution contributes to empower individuals to become as potent as businesses, i.e. enabling all parties to dynamically switch between holder, verifier and issuers roles during a single transaction. Examples include
- holder wallets that also support verifier and issuer functionality.
- server systems that also support holder/presentation and issuer functionality.
- solutions to protect citizens against unscrupulous data guzzlers.
- (Counterexample: cookie walls – accept my cookies or go into the maze)
-->
## Interoperability through the use of standards
<!-- Concisely describe if/how
- Which **SSI standards** does/will your solution implement?
- What other parties/systems would your solution interoperate with?
- What are the specific interoperability points (protocols, data models, APIs, …)?
- What types of interop testing would be relevant for your solution?
- What SSI standards relevant to your solution are still missing or incomplete?
- How and what would you contribute to create/complete such standards?
- How would such contributions benefit your own business proposition, as well as that of others in the SSI business ecosystem?
- How will you leverage StandICT.eu or other grants for this?
-->
## Synergies
<!--Which **synergies / added values** do you foresee in the SSI business ecosystem?
- what is the added value of your solution to the SSI business ecosystem?
- Who are your customers? How do you reach them? What would they be they paying for? How are they paying?
- What other parties would provide added value to your positions in the SSI business ecosystem?
- Who are your suppliers and/or partners? How do your envision the value exchange with them?
- How do these added values support the economic and other types of sustainability of an SSI business ecosystem?
-->
## Review of the eSSIF-Lab Framework
<!--
The eSSIF-Lab project requires that subgrantees adhere to the [eSSIF-Lab Framework](https://essif-lab.pages.grnet.gr/framework/) (its [Vision](https://essif-lab.pages.grnet.gr/framework/docs/vision-and-purpose), [Functional Architecture](https://essif-lab.pages.grnet.gr/framework/docs/functional-architecture) and whatever is further developed in this project), or propose additions/modifications to better support its purposes. Please describe:
- How clear are the purpose, target audience and message?
- What are strengths of what you read? What are weaknesses?
- What aspects could be concretely improved?
- How would your solution fit in this, or made to fit?
(Please use “Dutch directness” in your review, we appreciate that 😊).
-->
# BOC#1 - Project Summary of <!--subproject name-->
For more information, please contact:
<!--
- name of the person to contact
-ways to contact this person (email, git, slack, others...)
-->
<!--Try to be brief, to the point, and concrete in your descriptions. Appropriately refer/link to your own work and/or that of others.
Be mindful of the audience you target, which include other eSSIF-Lab subgrantees, project experts that evaluate your work, and other audiences in the NGI-EU community. Make sure your texts help them understand how your work may benefit theirs, what you need of them, and how everything fits together-->
## Summary
<!--Provide a short description of your subproject, that helps other subgrantees to quickly determine what value there is if they work together with you, and/or let their results interact and interop with your results.-->
## Business Problem
<!--Provide a *concise* description of the business problem you focus on. What is the problem? Who needs to deal with it/suffers drawbacks?-->
## (Technical) Solution
<!--Provide a *concise* list of the (concrete) results you will be providing (include a summary description of each of them), and how they (contribute to) solve the business problem(s)-->
## Integration
<!--Provide a precise description of how your results will fit with the eSSIF-Lab functional architecture (or modifications you need). Also, provide descriptions of how your results (are meant to) work, or link together in a meaningful way, both within the eSSIF-Lab family of projects, within EU-NGI, with US-DHS-SVIP, cross-border and/or other.-->
## <!--Your own section(s)-->
<!--Include sections for other stuff you want other eSSIF-Lab beneficiaries (including those that applied for other calls) to become aware of.-->
# BOC#1 - Project Summary of <!--subproject name-->
For more information, please contact:
<!--name of the person to contact-->
<!--ways to contact this person (email, git, slack, others...)-->
<!--Try to be brief, to the point, and concrete in your descriptions. Appropriately refer/link to your own work and/or that of others. -->
<!--Be mindful of the audience you target, which include other eSSIF-Lab subgrantees, project experts that evaluate your work, and other audiences in the NGI-EU community. Make sure your texts help them understand how your work may benefit theirs, what you need of them, and how everything fits together-->
## Summary
<!--Provide a short description of your subproject, that helps other subgrantees to quickly determine what value there is if they work together with you, and/or let their results interact and interop with your results.-->
## Business Problem
<!--Provide a *concise* description of the business problem you focus on. What is the problem? Who needs to deal with it/suffers drawbacks?-->
## (Technical) Solution
<!--Provide a *concise* list of the (concrete) results you will be providing (include a summary description of each of them), and how they (contribute to) solve the business problem(s)-->
## Integration
<!--Provide a precise description of how your results will fit with the eSSIF-Lab functional architecture (or modifications you need). Also, provide descriptions of how your results (are meant to) work, or link together in a meaningful way, both within the eSSIF-Lab family of projects, within EU-NGI, with US-DHS-SVIP, cross-border and/or other.-->
## <!--Your own section(s)-->
<!--Include sections for other stuff you want other eSSIF-Lab beneficiaries (including those that applied for other calls) to become aware of.-->
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