We are full-on highlighting the RESO Remix spring conference for the next month. This week, we have an agenda to share! Coming soon, we’ll provide 12 reasons to attend for any registration laggers…and for your musical joy. To supply some amount of variety, we’ll also provide additional analysis of the RESO UPI survey results and a healthy dose of RESO workgroup meeting call notes.
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RESO Universal Property Identifier (UPI) Survey Results
We will do a brief analysis of the survey results in a future blog post.
As a refresher, the UPI is a standard way to reference a property. The specification developed by RESO includes support for identifying properties internationally in a hierarchical manner starting with the country. Using the UPI, a property can be referenced in an unambiguous way, which is valuable for many use cases, including deduplication and globally unique references in different systems. The UPI works essentially by specifying a property’s “serial number” as a legally defined entity.
The next step for the UPI is developing a UPI Registry. This is an event-logging database that collects evidence of facts related to UPIs. For example, a company that sources data about property taxes or permits could produce a reference on the registry each time it registers a new fact about a UPI. This data producer wouldn’t put its full data in the registry, just a reference that it has facts about that UPI. As the number of data producers creating references to UPI facts grows, the confidence scores in the UPI Registry grow.
RESO Committees & Workgroups
Internet Tracking Requests | March 17, 2021
The Internet Tracking Workgroup has given the Data Dictionary Workgroup a few new requests that will be voted on during the RESO Remix spring conference. | VIEW REQUESTS
Data Dictionary Workgroup | March 18, 2021
The group defined and discussed the three focuses of the Standard DOM (Days on Market) efforts. There is a call for volunteers to provide their assistance and insight in the flavors of DOM project to be incorporated into the Data Dictionary and other workgroup efforts. | VIEW CALL NOTES
Certification Subgroup | March 18, 2021
An initial set of BDD acceptance testing rules (Gherkin Reference) were reviewed. | VIEW TESTING RULES
Unique Licensee Identifier (ULI) Subgroup | March 19, 2021
The group spent a good portion of the meeting going over a ULI Matching Sandbox document that lists potential matching methods that can be used for finding existing licensees. | ULI MATCHING SANDBOX
Workgroup Meetings This Week
- Tuesday, March 23: Distributed Ledger
- Wednesday, March 24: Universal Property Identifier (UPI)
- Thursday, March 25: Payloads