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Welcome to the Grouper Project Wiki!

Get Involved...

    Use this space for all Grouper-related activities that go beyond mailing list discussions.

Background

The Grouper Working Group is a result of the MACE-Dir-Groups' initial efforts.

Grouper is an open source toolkit for managing groups. It is designed to function as the core element of a common infrastructure for managing group information across integrated applications and repositories. Grouper combines multiple sources of group information, both automated and manual, in managing memberships and other group information in a Group Registry, a central information asset complementary to a site's Person Registry.

Grouper manages two primary types of objects: groups and namespaces. Groups are created and named within a namespace. Group management authority can be limited and delegated by naming stem or group, and naming stems may themselves be arranged in a hierarchy.

Conference Calls & Minutes

... Links to supplemental documents supporting Working Group conference calls.

Development Items


  View suggested discussion items for the Working Group and other pre-documented items:

Documents & Presentations

... Attach your WG-related presentations, documents, etc.

Contributions

... Do you have something to share? Code, documentation, or use cases?

Resources

... Looking for that self-assessment tool?

Mailing Lists

The Grouper Working Group mailing lists are intended for Grouper-related questions, discussion items, news events, release updates, etc., and for sharing your campus' questions, concerns, and expertise with the Grouper community.

For additional feature listings, tarballs, and documentation for previous releases, please see Archives.


NOTE WELL: All Internet2 Activities are governed by the Internet2 Intellectual Property Framework.


    Working Group Chair                                               Working Group Flywheel
    Tom Barton - University of Chicago                            Steve Olshansky - Internet2


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