Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of GEC17Agenda/DevWorkingSessions


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08/01/13 16:37:53 (6 years ago)
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    6565implementation of Speaks-for credentials, allowing experimenters to
    6666explicitly authorize a tool to act on their behalf, without forcing
    67 tools to impersonate experimenters. Rob Ricci demonstrated a browser
    68 based tool for generating Speaks-for credentials in
     67tools to impersonate experimenters. Rob Ricci demonstrated a [https://github.com/duerig/xml-signer browser based tool] for generating Speaks-for credentials in
    6968Javascript. Marshall Brinn asserted that GENI should support an early
    7069version of this infrastructure by GEC18.
     
    7271how this tool and infrastructure will work, with questions about
    7372aggregates of aggregates and authenticating tools. We ran out of time
    74 before hearing from Ted Faber on ABAC or Aaron Helsinger on stitching.
     73before hearing from Ted Faber on [http://abac.deterlab.net/ ABAC] or Aaron Helsinger on stitching.
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    76 Tuesday we began with a review by Sarah Edwards of how tool developers can use Omni as
     75Tuesday we began with a review by Sarah Edwards of how tool developers can use [gcfw:Omni Omni] as
    7776the engine for developing more powerful, experimenter friendly
    7877tools. Omni is used this way for simple scripts like ready-to-login,
     
    8483
    8584A highlight of the session was an invited presentation by Tom Rothe
    86 representing OFELIA, describing AMSoil. AMSoil is the framework Tom built for
     85representing [http://www.fp7-ofelia.eu/ OFELIA], describing [https://github.com/fp7-ofelia/AMsoil/wiki AMSoil]. AMSoil is the framework Tom built for
    8786developing GENI aggregates, which is open source, pluggable, and being
    8887used to develop several aggregates among our European collaborators.
     
    128127We ran out of time before reviewing the planned common clearinghouse
    129128APIs, which are intended to be supported at the GENI Clearinghouse,
    130 the ProtoGENI clearinghouse, as well as at Fed4Fire and OFELIA in
     129the ProtoGENI clearinghouse, as well as at [http://www.fed4fire.eu/ Fed4Fire] and OFELIA in
    131130Europe.
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