* 1. When integrating xAPI tools, what is the most time consuming?

* 2. When integrating xAPI tools, what is the most painful?

* 3. How should we prioritize the following goals?

* 4. Beyond conformance, should where should certification enforce or build upon suggested practices in the xAPI specification?

  Not Worth Certifying Not Important Somewhat Important Very Important
Certified Authentication Method (OAuth 1, OAuth 2, or Single Sign-on)
Certified Statement Signing (requiring specific signature practices)
Certified Profile Validation to a Specification (requiring existing profiles be validated, like the SCORM and CMI5 profile data models)
Certified Security Practices (requiring https and other practices)
Certified Authority Usage and Enforcement (requiring Authority be populated and a minimum amount of information)
Certified Concurrency Behavior (requiring an LRS to handle concurrent data processing and look-ups in a particular way)
Certified Credential Enforcement (requiring the LRS enforce allowed behavior for specified credentials in all requests)
Certified Attachment Data Capture (requiring the LRS capture an attachment within a particular amount of time after it becomes aware of it's existence)
Certified Minimum Rate and Size Limits (requiring the LRS be able to process at least a specified amount)
Certified Timestamp Behaviors (requiring timezone be included and time recorded in UTC, etc)
Interaction Component Validation
Certified Agent Definition Rules (requiring the LRS to update its Agent Definition in a particular way)
Certified Activity Definition Rules (requiring the LRS to update its Activity Definition in a particular way)

* 5. What else should be considered a requirement for certification?

* 6. What is your job role?

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