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CTAB  Call Wed. June 20, 2018

 

 Attending

  • Brett Bieber, University of Nebraska (chair)
  • Mary Catherine Martinez, InnoSoft (vice chair) 
  • David Bantz, University of Alaska 
  • Jon Miner, University of Wisc - Madison 
  • Joanna Rojas, Duke
  • Emily Eisbruch, Internet2 

Regrets

  • Tom Barton, University Chicago and Internet2  
  • Chris Hable, University of Michigan  
  • Ted Hanss, University of Michigan  
  • Chris Whalen, National Institute of Health  
  • Ann West, Internet2  

 
 Action Items

[AI] Emily create a Doodle Poll for 2nd week of July for Tabletop exercise

  • Check with TomB on how much time is needed.
  • Include CTAB, BillK
  • Emily ask Ann who to include on the InCommon side, perhaps ShannonR

[AI] (Brett) discuss with the InCommon team and DavidW and ReneeS the best way for CTAB to get info from DavidW and ReneeS.

  • In addition to progress reports, it would be helpful to get info on trends from what they are hearing from the community.
  • Which elements of baseline expectations seem to resonate most strongly for example:
    • being a good citizen
    • greater security
    • needed increased awareness
    • user experience such as for researchers
    • Issues around administrative burden
  • We may use this info in future communications


Action Items from previous calls:

[AI] TomB create a possible scenario for dispute resolution tabletop exercise
[AI] Ann draft a handful of processes to escalate who to contact first. Erin can help.

  • Consider pulling in the community to reach out to “delinquent” folks
  • Share graphs monthly and highlight those that will be focused on.

[AI] Ann revise the strawman draft to tackle campuses/orgs and drive up “compliance” -

[AI] David Walker update the Federation wiki re privacy policy and logo info (once the guidance is final). These will be linked from the BE FAQ .  https://spaces.at.internet2.edu/x/iYRQBw Emily has passed this along to David


Discussion

Baseline Expectations Status Report

  • Progress is being made. Over 50% compliance for IDPs now.
  • outreach that ReneeS and DavidW are/will be doing should be helping
  • Brett shared the progress on the Big Ten academic alliance identity management task force call today.
  • Brett showed 1st tab on the stats.
  • Gave a quick demo
  • Good suggestion from Jacob Farmer in an email to Nick Roy: Would be helpful to have an indicator (red light and green light) of BE compliance next to login on Fed Manager.



Transitioning the Community to Baseline Expectations

  • David Walker and Renee Shuey are contractors helping with this work
  • Will share transitioning doc (internal doc only) with InCommon Steering at their next call.
  • Seems ready to go
  • How should CTAB receive info from DavidW and ReneeS?
  • Hard to go back and reference info posted in Slack
  • so perhaps a spreadsheet makes sense.

AI] (Brett) discuss with the InCommon team and DavidW and ReneeS the best way for CTAB to get info from DavidW and ReneeS.

  • In addition to progress reports, it would be helpful to get info on trends from what they are hearing from the community.
  • Which elements of baseline expectations seem to resonate most strongly for example:
    • being a good citizen
    • greater security
    • needed increased awareness
    • user experience such as for researchers
    • Issues around administrative burden
  • We may use this info in future communications

Non-R&S SP Perspective:

  • MC: A local exchange would be simpler for InnoSoft than InCommon.
  • But certain IDPs see InCommon as a requirement.
  • This is why InnoSoft participates in InCommon.
  • Level of risk that SPs and IdPs want to accept relates to the InCommon Federation value proposition.
  • Some SPs don’t need to collect sensitive info


Table top exercise around supporting baseline and dispute resolution

  • Tom developing scenario
  • Find a time prior to our July 18 call?
  • [AI] Emily create a Doodle Poll for 2nd week of July for Tabletop exercise

Consultation on Consensus Process


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