DSB | End of Week Wrap Up | 5th of March

Dear Consumer Data Right participants and other interested parties,

Happy Friday all, here is the end of the week update for the Consumer Data Standards.

News and Announcements

Latest Standards, Consumer Experience, tooling and Consumer Data Right announcements.

Decision Proposal - 164 - Endpoint Metrics

The current Get Metrics API, as part of the Admin APIs in the CDR standards, returns data about operational statistics of data holder CDR compliant implementations. This is orientated to the non-functional requirements of the CDR regime. It currently does not support metrics for a specific API endpoint. As the CDR regime expands it is expected that specific endpoint metrics will be required to support dashboards, reporting and to get analysis of industry specific APIs. This proposal discusses options on supporting endpoint metrics.

Noting Paper - White Label Conventions

There have been an increasing number of questions recently regarding white label arrangements and how these should be implemented in a manner compliant with the standards.

To address this need for implementation certainty the Data Standards Body has created the attached noting paper:

This noting paper is a set of conventions to guide implementers. Once feedback has been obtained and responded to this content will be converted to conventions on the CDR Support Portal. A workshop to address scenarios not covered by the conventions will also be scheduled for early April.

Feedback is now open on this noting paper. Feedback is planned to be closed on the 2nd April so that the feedback can be incorporated into the workshop.

Maintenance Iteration 6 - Backlog Formed

The backlog for the 6th Maintenance Iteration has been formed and voted upon. The team and community reviewed this on Wednesday as part of the fortnightly meeting cadence.

Agenda: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards/wiki/DSB-Maintenance-Iteration-6:-Scoping:-Agenda-&-Meeting-Notes-(3rd-March-2021)

Joint Account Workshop

This week we held the Joint Account Workshop and we wanted to thank all our participants who attended and contributed to the different scenarios we explored. With 65 attendees this was our largest hands on workshop to date; we had eight teams work separately through the five scenarios pitched where they identified issues, gaps and recommendations.

You can find the MIRO Board the group put together here: https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_lUYrBKU=/

For those unable to access MIRO there is a PDF alternative:

Please note the PDFs are blank templates we started the activities with.

Consultations Closing Soon

The following consultations close today :

Standards Version 1.7.0 Draft

The proposed changes for the Version 1.7.0 of the Consumer Data Standards have started to be drafted. You can view these here: https://github.com/orgs/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/projects/9

A placeholder for the release decision has been created: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards/issues/159

Decision Proposals and Noting Papers

A list of the current open Decision Proposals:

Cross Sectors

Banking Sector

  • None at the moment.

Energy Sector

  • None at the moment.

Noting Papers

Please be aware of a number of Noting Papers available for review on the Consumer Data Standards GitHub repository:

Workshops and Events

Find all our events here: /events/

New events coming soon.

CDR Implementation Call

Regularly held on a weekly basis and enables all community members access to subject matter experts from the ACCC and Data Standards Body. If you would like an invitation please reach out to contact@consumerdatastandards.gov.au

6th Maintenance Iteration

The 6th Maintenance Iteration is underway, you can find out more about the phases and scope of the Maintenance Iterations here: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards-maintenance. If you would like an invite please reach out to contact@consumerdatastandards.gov.au

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Best regards,
The Data Standards Body