Mention manual card entry case
authorIan Jacobs <>
Mon, 27 Jul 2015 09:57:35 -0500
changeset 917 df8fdb6053a8
parent 915 9e05f959cb8d
child 918 8fc47fcbb914
child 919 7c2a7177a869
Mention manual card entry case

Per discussion at 27 July IG teleconference on handling the case of “no
registered wallet”, mention ideas such as transient digital wallet
support by browser.
--- a/latest/capabilities/index.html	Mon Jul 27 09:53:45 2015 -0500
+++ b/latest/capabilities/index.html	Mon Jul 27 09:57:35 2015 -0500
@@ -1257,7 +1257,8 @@
             <li>There are other scenarios to discuss that would presumably involve user
             consent (e.g., computation done on <a>payee</a> side, or by a third party
-            platform).</li>
+              platform).</li>
+	    <li>Manual card entry will be with us for a while. When there is no digital wallet, the working group should discuss (and possibly recommend good practice) for dealing with the case where there is no registered digital wallet. For example, one idea was for browsers to offer a sort of "transient digital wallet" that acts within the protocol to handle manual data entry.</li>
             <li>Quoting Adrian Hope-Bailie idea: “The algorithm MUST not prevent any
             scheme from being available as a candidate for registration AND for this