OIDC-OAuth Deployment WG
- Curate and publish learning materials; identify gaps
- Refine use case template
- Publish initial set of use cases
- Decide our approach to standards profiling
- Identify goals/proposals for TechEx18
Streamlining SP Onboarding WG
- Continued work on the helper text around the self-assessment questions
- Reviewed and wrapped up most, if not all of the “remediation” text for warning/guiding Service Providers who do not meet the Working Group Criteria items.
- Reached a group consensus on questions featured in the questionnaire.
- Continued work on assigning Document ID’s and formatting documents.
- Discussed additional diagrams for primer document, that would be linked from the questionnaire for users to follow for more explanation or detail.
- Focus on finishing up the SAML Primer document
- Wrapped up the working group's work with both the criteria document and the self-assessment (questionnaire document/Google Form)
- Following the Document Stewardship process for the criteria document, that is 90% finished
- Drafting a working group report, to summarize the material being delivered (criteria document, questionnaire); using the document stewardship process - 70% complete
- Created the community consultation wiki page, getting ready to link the above 2 mentioned documents
- By the end of this month, should have the Working group documents referenced above, tagged appropriately and linked up to the wiki, to formally kick off the community consultation process
Attributes for Collaboration and Federation WG
- Drafting of our recommendations continues with completion expected by the end of April.
- After the draft is completed, the recommendations will be shared for community consultation.
Deployment Profile Working Group
- OASIS to formally vote to approve an OASIS profile that revamps and greatly simplifies federated identifiers.
- Produced a list of items that we didn’t include in SAML2int that fit in a R&E specific deployment profile. We’ll be taking this to TAC to ask if they want us to continue our work or if they want to take advantage of this logical breakpoint to recharter the group. Items we’ve put in SAML2int that get rejected will probably be added to this list.
- We’ve also identified a hand full of federation operator best practices that we’ll be handing to InCommon operations for recommendations.
- On 4/9, we officially opened a community consultation period to review our revised version of SAML2int and announced it on the REFEDS and InCommon participants mailing lists. The revised version and feedback page can be found on the InCommon community consultations page: https://spaces.at.internet2.edu/x/WIPmBQ
- While the WG awaits community feedback, we're making a few minor edits to further clarify sections of the document. These aren't content changes and shouldn't interfere with the community review other than to help the community understand the requirements.