Attending: Steve Carmody, John O’Keefe, Dennis Cromwell, Dave Vernon, Joel Cooper, Steve Devoti, Chris Holmes, Klara Jelinkova, Melissa Woo, Mark Crase, Bill Yock, Michael Gettes, Jack Suess, Susan Kelley
With: John Krienke, Steve Zoppi
The minutes from August 4, 2014, were approved.
Klara reviewed a draft of a presentation for both TechEx and Educause. https://spaces.at.internet2.edu/download/attachments/48500136/InCommon+TechX.pptx?version=1&modificationDate=1409794644936
The goals of the presentation are to:
The presentation will be somewhat more in-depth for TechEx. For Educause, the purpose is to provide a high-level overview, and highlight the large increase in service providers joining InCommon, the multifactor program, and the role of affiliates in helping campuses.
(AI) John O’Keefe and John Krienke will revise the slides that deal with goals, priorities, progress and accomplishments.
(AI) Klara will edit the TIER overview slide. The presentation will include just one overview slide for TIER. After revision the slide deck will be circulated to Steering.
The subcommittee is continuing its work to define the development efforts and characterize priorities and implementation process.
The main opportunity for CIO outreach is Educause. Previous discussion had identified R&S as the first topic for outreach, however there is ongoing work to harmonize InCommon R&S and REFEDS R&S, with the goal of adopting the final REFEDS category. This work is expected to wrap up at the REFEDS meeting at TechEx, so communication to CIOs is premature at this point.
Steve Carmody asked that a framework for CIO communications be developed prior to TechEx, with the idea that R&S will be the first message delivered in that framework. Klara committed to contacting CIOs that need to implement R&S, as well as thanking those who already have adopted R&S.
Jack asked that a promotional piece be available at TechEx registration promoting R&S. (AI) John Krienke will follow-up with Dean.
The nominations advisory committee will form at the October Steering meeting. Anyone interested in serving on that committee should email Klara.
John K. reported on the press release that was distributed in conjunction with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee concerning the pilot with LIGO and eduGAIN.
The eduGAIN/interfederation working group is meeting weekly, with the goal of providing recommendations for changes to policy documents (participation agreement and the FOPP).
InCommon is looking at implementing a pilot to import eduGAIN IdPs into a metadata aggregate (separate from the InCommon production aggregate).
InCommon and Comodo are developing new Certificate Authorities that would provide certificates that support SHA-2 (which is a requirement of Microsoft, Google and others). While virtually all mainstream applications (such as common web servers and popular web browsers) already support certs using SHA-2, legacy SHA-1 certs will remain available from the Certificate Service to accommodate any apps that haven't yet become SHA-2-ready
Monday, October 6, 2014
4 pm ET | 3 pm CT | 2 pm MT | 1 pm PT