While thinking about a way for #doauth users to control their identity, disclosing nothing by default AND high availability / replication, I came up with the notion of disclosure event logs.
After just a little bit of tinkering with the definition, it turned out that it's getting modelled with existing approach to credentials / claims really well.
I love that immediate positive feedback on design and architecture.
A huge milestone for #doauth.
The architecture and data flow spec is encoded in #SQL.
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