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InCommon Steward Program Community Review

 

InCommon Steward Program Comments and Feedback

The InCommon Steward Program is open for community review through September 29, 2016. Please review the documents linked from www.incommon.org/steward including the overview paper and the review of the trust model under the Steward Program.

Please add your feedback in the table below, or send a note to steward-comment@incommon.org.

Resources

Slides from webinar for regional network providers

Archived community review webinar

Comments on the InCommon Steward Program

If you have comments that do not lend themselves well to the tabular format below, please add them to a google doc, share it with anyone with the link (read-only, so that comments on your comments stay on the wiki), and copy the link into the comment field below. Alternatively, you can email steward-comment@incommon.org and we will add it for you if you are unfamiliar with wikis.

 

NumberYour nameCommentResponse
1Niels van DijkWill the Steward program also enter the K12 entities into eduGAIN?

We currently export a few K12 entities that have been sponsored into InCommon by their higher education collaborators and haven¹t opted out. Under the Steward Program proof of concept, MCNC is leaning towards not exporting the 10 or so entities.

We plan to review the PoC next June and determine next steps. At that point, we¹ll have a better idea about next steps for adoption and the numbers.

Just curious, though, what prompted your question? K12 in eduGAIN or metadata scaling or..?

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Tina Meier

Could the concept of Shared Services Model or Board of Regents be considered as another Steward?The Steward Program is currently scoped to regional R&E network providers being Stewards, with K-14 schools being the only Represented Constituents.  We will, however, use the results from the proof of concept to consider next steps for the program.  Keep posted for further announcements in 2017, after we have completed the proof of concept with MCNC.
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