Changes between Version 29 and Version 30 of SignMeUp


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    8383Once you receive an email verifying that we have created an account for you (this may take awhile), you can follow the [wiki:SignMeUpPortal#CheckifyoucanuseyourInstitutionsaccount above instructions] but as your Institution use 'GENI Project Office'.
    8484
    85 == 2. Become a member of  a GENI Project ==
    86 Now you should be able to login to the portal. However, in order to run experiments in GENI you would need to join or create a project. If you are:
    87   * a faculty member
    88   * or a senior technical member in a company or a university
    89 you can become a Project Lead and [#a2b.CreateaGENIProject create your own projects].
    90 
    91 Everyone else should join a project created by a Project Lead. You can ask any of your collaborators that fit the above criteria to create a project for you [#a2a.JoinaGENIProject to join].
    92 
    93 === 2a. Join a GENI Project === 
    94 After a project is created, you can try and join the project. In order to do that, do the following:
    95 
    96 
    97 {{{
    98 #!html
    99 <table border="0">
    100    
    101       <tr>
    102         <td>
    103 
    104         <img border="0" src="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Graphics/portal_join_project.png?format=raw" alt="Create a GENI Project"  width="400" title="Join a GENI Project" /> </a>
    105        </td>
    106        <td >
    107          <ol>
    108             <li> In the <i>Home tab</i> click the <b> Join Project</b> button.</li>
    109            <li> From the list of projects find the one that was created for you or your class and click the <b>Join </b> button. <br/>
    110 Please make sure you select the right name.</li>
    111            
    112           </ol>
    113        </td>
    114        
    115     </tr>
    116  </table>
    117 }}}
    118 
    119 === 2b. Create a GENI Project ===
    120 A GENI account has no privileges outside of a Project; i.e. as long as you are not a member of a GENI Project you can not use any GENI resources. In GENI only Project Leads can create Projects. Any faculty member, or a person in a corresponding position in industry, can request to become a Project Lead and thus have the capability of creating GENI Projects.
    121 {{{
    122 #!html
    123 <table border="0">
    124    
    125       <tr>
    126         <td>
    127 
    128         <img border="0" src="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Graphics/create-project-empty.png?format=raw" alt="Create a GENI Project"  width="400" title="Create a GENI Project" /> </a>
    129        </td>
    130        <td >
    131          <ol>
    132             <li> In the first page of the portal, press the button <b>Ask to be a Project Lead</b>.</li>
    133            <li> <FONT COLOR="black"> In the <i>Modify Account</i> page that follows, fill in your telephone number; this is necessary for people that want to become Project Leads. Be sure the box at the bottom of the page that says <b>Make me a 'Project Lead' </b> is checked, and press the <b>Modify Account</b> button.</font></li>
    134             <li> Wait until you receive an email that your request has been approved.</b>
    135             </li>
    136             <li> In the ''Projects'' tab click the <b>Create New Project</b> button.</li>
    137             <li> Fill in the form. <br/>NOTE: The <b>expiration</b> field is optional; you should complete it if you are creating a Project for a class or a tutorial and want the project and experiments to expire. If you are creating a Project for your own research you don't have to fill in this field.
    138            
    139             <li> <FONT COLOR="black">Press the <b>Create Project</b> button</font>. </li>
    140           </ol>
    141        </td>
    142        
    143     </tr>
    144  </table>
    145 }}}
    146  
    147 ==== Add members to your Project ====
    148 When you create a new project for your class you can invite other people to join your project.
    149 {{{
    150 #!html
    151 <table border="0">
    152    
    153       <tr>
    154         <td>
    155 
    156         <img border="0" src="http://groups.geni.net/geni/attachment/wiki/GENIExperimenter/Graphics/invite-members-portal.png?format=raw" alt="Create a GENI Project"  width="400" title="Create a GENI Project" /> </a>
    157        </td>
    158        <td >
    159          <ol>
    160            <li> From the <i>Project</i> page press the button <b>Invite New Project Members</b>.</li>
    161             <li> <FONT COLOR="black">Fill in the form using both email addresses and press the <b>Invite</b> button.</font>
    162             </li>
    163            
    164             <li>Check your email for the request that someone joined your project and follow the instructions to add them to your project. You can decide if this person should be an <b>Admin</b> or a <b>Member</b>.  The Admin has the same privileges within a project as a Project Lead (invite people, approve join requests). </li>
    165           </ol>
    166        </td>
    167        
    168     </tr>
    169  </table>
    170 }}}
    171 
    172 == Now what? ==
    173 
    174 Congratulations! You have your GENI credentials and you're good to go. Start with trying this simple [wiki:GENIExperimenter/Tutorials/PortalSimpleLayer2Example Layer 2 example].
    175 
    176 The portal is still under development and we would love to [mailto:portal-help@geni.net hear your feedback]!