Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of ProjectLeadWelcome


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10/29/15 16:44:06 (7 years ago)
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Vic Thomas
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    1111== Tips for Project Leads ==
    1212 1. Create separate projects for your different research projects and the classes you teach.  This will help you control access to your projects.
    13  1. Set expiration dates for projects with known end dates.  For example,you might want your class projects set to expire at the end of the semester.   When the project expires, all members will be removed from the project and you will no longer be responsible for their actions on that project.
     13 1. Set expiration dates for projects with known end dates.  For example,you might want your class projects set to expire at the end of the semester.   When the project expires, all slices and resources in that project will be deleted.  Expired projects can be reactivated at any time.  Project membership will be maintained across expiration and reactivation.
    1414 1. You can delegate some of your lead functions to project ''admins''.  For example, you may make your research assistant an admin for a research project or your teaching assistant an admin for your class project.  Admins can invite or add members to your project and are automatically added to slices created by project members.  ''You are still responsible for the actions of your project members.''
    1515 1. Do not accept a request to join a project if you do not intend to collaborate with the requestor.  Please forward the join request to [mailto:portal-help@geni.net] so we can help the requestor find a suitable project.