Jim Phelps, University of Wisconsin-Madison (chair)
Marina Arseniev, University of California Berkeley
Tom Barton, University of Chicago
Geoff Boushey, University of California Berkeley
Michael Daley, University of Michigan
Tom Dopirak, Carnegie Mellon University
Scott Fullerton, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Keith Hazelton, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Paul Hobson, Cardiff University
Jim Leous, Penn State University
Piet Niederhausen, Georgetown University
Steve Olshansky, Internet2
Todd Piket, Minnesota State Colleges and Universities
Sue Sharpton, University of Alaska
Rich Stevenson, University of Maryland University College
Ron Thielen, University of Chicago
Ann West, Internet2
Dean Woodbeck, Internet2 (scribe)
(AI) Tom will do a problem statement on the U.S. government's OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control) compliance and distribute to ITANA.
(AI) Scott will follow-up with Great Lakes to see what they did in OFAC.
(AI) Tom and Keith will develop ESB Use Cases relative to Jasig.
(AI) Sue S - send Data Center Manager contact to Tom D
(AI) Jim P - ping Scott re: distance learning and Moodle
(AI) Jim will convene a meeting of the small group concerned with the potential F2F (Jim, Mike Daley, Ron, Eric).
Carryover Action Items
(AI) Jim plans to follow up with the email list about who has participated in specific EA training sessions.
(AI) Keith, Ron, and Jim will develop a wiki page on workflow graphical modeling tools that includes sets of facets that will allow for the evaluation and grading of the tools. Update: Keith will talk to Ron and also post some items on the wiki workflow page.
Follow-up from last call
Jim sent questions concerning cloud computing to Shel Waggener and confirmed his participation on the March 18 ITANA call. He has also posted materials to the wiki for background information.https://spaces.at.internet2.edu/display/itana/Cloud+Computing
Keith has set up a meeting with the subgroup that will discuss an environmental scan of workflow on campuses.
Marina has started a wiki page on EA framework. Piet and Scott have given good feedback. Next step: assemble a small group to discuss potential interview questions.
Minutes from the last call were approved and will be posted on the wiki.
Tom Dopirak discussed a scenario concerning compliance with the U.S. Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC). This would require that, before the university pays someone with federal funds, they must be crossp-checked against one or more terrorist and blacklist databases. Tom asked if anyone has encountered this and has a solution. There are a number of companies that will do matches with federal databases; he is looking at a web service. In fact, he would like a group of universities to advocate such use together. (AI) Tom will write a problem statement on this and distribute that statement to ITANA. He also has six use cases he is looking at for adoption at CMU.
The group used the rest of the time to discuss several questions related to the benefits of F2F meetings and what a potential ITANA F2F might cover. This information, with updates and the opportunity to comment and expand on thoughts, is available on the wiki:https://spaces.at.internet2.edu/x/KxSp
(1) Why do you go to Face2Face meetings? What is it that you get that is unique from meeting Face2Face?
(2) If you got to talk to the group about one issue or project, what would you want to discuss?
(3) If you got to hear from an expert or set of institutions about one thing, what would that be?
The next step is to take this information back to the small group (Jim, Mike Daley, Ron, Eric) and determine what type of meeting might emerge.
Next Meeting - Thursday, March 4
2 p.m. EST / 1 p.m. CST / Noon MST / 11 a.m. PST