Ecosystem Foundry Working Group (EFWG)
The Ecosystem Foundry Working Group provides process guidance for the establishment and monitoring of new ToIP Layer Four ecosystem projects, whether hosted at the Linux Foundation or external to it.
Governance Stack Working Group (GSWG)
The Governance Stack Working Group and it’s task forces specify requirements, roles and processes for the governance architecture of the ToIP stack.
Technology Stack Working Group (TSWG)
The Technology Stack Working Group define (directly or by reference) the technical standards, test suites, and interoperability certification standards for the Trust over IP architecture stack as defined in ToIP Technical Architecture Specification.
Concepts & Terminology Working Group (CTWG)
The scope of CTWG is to assist TOIP working groups (WGs), task forces (TFs), TIPs (i.e. the communities of interest or communities of practice that exist within TOIP) to develop the concepts and terms they need for themselves or for particular projects, and make them available for everyone within (and outside of) TOIP.
Human Experience Working Group (HXWG)
The Human Experience Working Group examines the design features of digital systems, their governance and the business processes that support them, which make interactions or actors trustable, in the contextual and subjective experience of those using them.
Data Modeling & Representation Working Group (DMRWG)
The scope of the Data Modeling & Representation Working Group (DMRWG) is to define specifications, best practices and standards related to data modeling, plus logical and concrete representations as to how data is stored, processed and transmitted across all aspects of the ToIP stack, whether these standards are hosted at the Linux Foundation or external to it.
Utility Foundry Working Group (UFWG)
The Utility Foundry Working Group facilitates a community of practice among governance authorities, implementers, operators, and service providers for Trust over IP Layer One utilities. The WG provides process guidance for the establishment and monitoring of new ToIP Layer One utility projects, whether hosted at the Linux Foundation or externally.
Find out more about the working groups’ activity and the ways you can get involved.