**MACE Call 18-July-2011**
RL "Bob" Morgan, U. Washington (chair)
Ken Klingenstein, Internet2
Scott Cantor, The Ohio State U.
Jens Haeusser, U. British Columbia
Keith Hazelton, U. Wisconsin - Madison
Leif Johansson, SUNET/NORDUnet
Tom Barton, U. Chicago
Jim Jokl, U. Virginia
Steven Carmody, Brown U.
David Wasley, independent
Steve Olshansky, Internet2 (scribe)
NEXT CALL: 1-August-2011
**Carryover Action Items**
[AI] (All) discuss further ideas on IAM suite collaboration on the mailing list.
[AI] (All) send seedcorn suggestions to Ken.
[AI] (Ken) will distribute the CRU taxonomy of SPs
[AI] (Ken) will send out a link to relevant GENI IdM information.
[AI] (Keith) will write up the current state of the identifier discussion and apparent consensus, and associated explanatory material, for use by REFEDs.
[AI] (Ken) will coordinate a small working group with Heather to look into access control and IdM layer requirements for shared file services, calendaring, and web-conferencing in a federation-centric context.
[AI] (All) with suggestions for other foundations that the Shib Consortium could eventually be embedded in are encouraged to discuss them on the list.
[AI] (Ken) will convene a small subgroup of MACE to consider the seed corn issues in more depth and report back on a forthcoming call, soon.
[AI] (Ken) will invite Mike Conlin (U. Florida), the VIVO PI, to a forthcoming MACE call.
[AI] (Keith) will maintain an issues list to inform a potential new charter for MACE-DirNG, syncing it with the FedApps charter.
[AI] (RLBob, Scott, and SteveO) will proceed with the process of formalizing the FedApps working group, including setting up a list/wiki/website, and advertise it in the appropriate venues.
[AI] (Ken) will draft a one-pager about what MACE does and what questions it has, for review by MACE, as a discussion guide with Internet2 leadership.
[AI] (Ken) will distribute a draft requirements framework for VO support engagement
[AI] (David) will contact GSA for an update on the approval process for InCommon Silver.
[AI] (ReneeS) will revisit the list of potential new MACE members on the list.
[AI] (Ken) will send out info on DHS secure online transactions
[AI] (Ken) will follow up on a MACE/AMSAC call.
[AI] (Ken) will follow up with Kuali/Rice about I2MI collaboration.
[AI] (Ken) will draft a catalyst doc, covering the key items to be addressed in advising VOs how to use our infrastructure.
[AI] (Leif) will contact Ken/Steven/Tom about potential overlaps between the SDCI proposal and projects in the EU.
[AI] (Jens) will speak to an Eduroam rep about communicating with Educause.
[AI] (Ken) will draft and circulate a letter to Rice leadership, requesting input to roadmaps and use cases, and to ensure our projects with Kuali projects are aligned with their high-level strategic direction.
[AI] (Nate) will distribute information to the list about upcoming tactical issues facing MACE
[AI] (All) send Bamboo IAM comments to Tom ASAP for coordination.
[AI] (All) interested in participating in the international collaboration activity contact RL "Bob."
[AI] (RL "Bob") will contact a representative of Kuali Rice about coordinating a call.
[AI] (Ken and Mark) will distribute some information on trust anchors in the context of dynamic network configuration in GENI testbed, as well as for general access control.
[AI] (Ken) will circulate some meeting notes from the last TERENA/ REFEDS meetings.
- NSTIC Governance Workshop
June 9-10, 2011, Washington DC
RL "Bob" attended. The SmartGrid effort was cited as a useful model, by some, to try to bring in diverse stakeholders. The appropriate role of government was also discussed, i.e. how much control or influence it should exert...
- NSTIC Privacy Workshop
June 27-28, 2011, Cambridge, MA
Steven attended. Some panelists were discussing "securitizing" personal identities, and there were diverse opinions about what privacy means in this context. There was substantial opinion that government should be just one of several stakeholders, and "the market" should govern it. There were no apparent representatives of consumer interests, beyond ACLU (which has a negative view of NSTIC) and Steven from higher-ed.
InCommon/EDUCAUSE response to the NOI is pending...
- InCommon CAMP: Hot Topics in Identity and Federated Identity Management
June 21-23, 2011, Columbus, Ohio
- CloudID Summit / Kantara Initiative & OpenID Summit
July 18-21, 2011, Keystone CO
July 24 - 29, 2011. Quebec City, Canada
There will be a fair amount of identity-related sessions...
- Gartner Catalyst
26 - 29 July 2011, San Diego, CA
September 14, 2011, Helsinki, Finland
Video link is TBD.
ARPs and attribute bundles, and PEER are expected to be prominent topics.
- Fall I2MM
October 3-6, 2011, Raleigh, NC
* Moonshot progress
See Josh's mail to the list 18-July.
Note the "trust router" proposal in "Application Bridging for Federation Beyond the Web (ABFAB) Multihop Federations"
* Risk-Based Authentication
This will be taken up on a future call. There is information about this online...