Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of LEFA


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03/29/11 22:02:09 (8 years ago)
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  • LEFA

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    140140F. Other Contributions
    141141Has provided GPO with advice on identity management activities in other venues, including government.
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     143LEFA  Project Status Report
     144Period: October 1, 2010 - March 2011
     145
     146I. Major accomplishments
     147A. Milestones achieved
     148        Presented at GEC10 in support of federated identity proposal
     149        Proposal was endorsed by GENI community and will set a plan for the next six months on a number of federated activities and opportunities
     150        Began discussion of the use of COmanage to generate local attributes
     151B. Deliverables made
     152        Workshop at GEC10 on federated identity
     153
     154II. Description of work performed during last quarter
     155A. Activities and findings
     156        Worked closely with GPO and two clusters (ORCA and ProtoGENI) to develop a federated identity alternative for GENI
     157        Helped develop a plan for the GENI portal with GENI staff, and set an agenda going forward.
     158Began to develop a set of options for federated IdM for GPO staff, to allow it to get to distributed GENI participant resources. Plan may use COmanage as a local IdM for GPO, addressing the lack of appropriate IdM infrastructure in the GPO, in BBN and in Raytheon. Began to identify options for federating GENI collaboration resources, such as its lists and wikis.
     159        Clarified the options for the creation and aggregation of attributes associated with GENI participants.
     160
     161B. Project participants
     162        Steven Carmody, Brown; Ken Klingenstein, Internet2; Heather Flanagan, Internet2
     163C. Publications (individual and organizational)
     164        none
     165D. Outreach activities ¶
     166        Promoted relationship with GENI to NSF OCI, who was most pleased.
     167E. Collaborations
     168ORCA and ProtoGENI, Steve Schwab, Ted Faber ¶
     169F. Other Contributions ¶
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