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OSIdM4HE August 2011 workshop

Logistics

Dates - August 9 & 10
Schedule  - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Tuesday, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm Wednesday
Work Location - Big Ten Center, Chicago
Hotel - Sheraton Chicago O’Hare Airport Hotel

Attendees

  1. Tom Barton - UChicago/I2
  2. Eric Westfall - Indiana/Kuali
  3. Benn Oshrin - Internet2/UC Berkeley/Jasig/etc
  4. RL "Bob" Morgan - UW/Internet2
  5. Chris Hyzer - Penn/Internet2
  6. Tom Zeller - Unicon/Internet2
  7. Renee Shuey - PSU
  8. Scott Gibson - Maryland/Kuali
  9. Norm Wright - USC/Kuali
  10. Aaron Neal - Indiana/Kuali
  11. Jacob Farmer - Indiana
  12. Rob Carter - Duke
  13. Keith Hazelton - UWisc/Internet2
  14. Jimmy Vuccolo - PSU
  15. Hampton Sublett - UC Davis 

Goals

  • Layout Initial Plan, Milestones, Deliverables for further consideration by stakeholders
  • Identify major pieces that are needed for a full OSIdM solution
  • Identify Gaps in existing OS offerings needed for a full OSIdM solution
  • Establish initial plan for Addressing gaps
  • Constrain each of the above by needs expressed in actual use cases
  • Decide how to manage and communicate about this activity going forward
  • Record specific outcomes and notable points of concurrence or divergence in the wiki

Agenda

Pre-Workshop

Activity

Description

1

Review Use Case Derived Requirements

2

Slot Requirements from 1 into boxes, logical groupings

Day 1: Tuesday, August 9

Time Slot

Description

8:30 - 8:45

Board shuttle at Sheraton

9:00 - 9:30

  • Intro
  • Roll-Call
  • Meet & Greet
  • Discuss note taking procedures and how we will document our work!
  • Review Agenda

9:30 - 11:30

  • Review of use case-derived requirements, groupings, and gaps from pre-workshop activities
  • Allot time for discussion/questions/musings by the group as we go

11:30 - 12:00

Discussion, additional use case-derived requirements from other members of the group

12:00 - 1:00

Lunch

1:00 - 2:30

  • Discussion on "boxes" and "logical groupings" coming out of pre-workshop activity #2
    • Rob
    • Keith
    • Jacob
  • Discuss what the baseline for addressing the Gaps should be (KIM?, KIM+shib+CAS+Grouper?, etc.)
  • Brainstorm on desired target architecture based on the baseline and the boxes.
  • How to keep it loosely coupled and open, but pluggable with OSS reference implementations?
  • https://wiki.jasig.org/download/attachments/39257146/IDM+Reference+OSS+Overlay.png

2:30 - 5:00

  • Brainstorming on first draft of plan to address pieces of the gap
  • Where do the priorities lie? What is most important?
  • Which are more feasible?
  • Brainstorm on a "roadmap to OS IDM" from where we are today with the decided upon baseline (or baselines)

5:15

Shuttle leaves for Sheraton

NOTES from Tuesday, 8.9.11

Day 2: Wednesday, August 10th

Time Slot

Description

8:30 - 8:45

Board shuttle at Sheraton

9:00 - 12:00

  • Agenda check
  • Identify first steps
  • Assembling of initial deliverables/milestones
  • Where will the work be done? In which communities? In which projects?
    • Sustainability requirements
  • Reconciling the overlap between various projects - KIM, Grouper, FIFER, IAM-TEP, ForgeRock OpenIAM etc.
  • Making it happen - funding? project proposals? resources?
    • Minimum resource commitments - governance vs project development

12:00 - 1

Lunch

1-2

  • Review and Wrap-up
  • Action Items
  • Future meetings
    • calls
    • f2f - Internet2 member meeting? Kuali Days? Jasig Unconference?
  • Communication Plan
  • Engagement of other groups:
    • International engagement - Benn
    • Commercial engagement - Jacob
    • VO engagement - Benn
    • Other communities not at the table?
    • Other institutions not at the table?
    • Other individuals not at the table?
    • Misc: MACE paccman, Educause IDM group, ITANA, others?

2:15

Shuttle leaves for Sheraton

NOTES from Wednesday, 8.9.11

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