I have been talking with peers, pushing ideas around and working with various groups for a while and it seems that the work is finally paying off. ITANA.ORG (http://www.itana.org) is a peer group for I.T. Architects in Academia. We will share ideas, tricks and tools; work on common deliverables and working group projects; spread the … Continue reading ITANA.ORG – I.T. Architects iN Academia takes off
I’m in Burlington Vermont – just after the flood – attending the EDUCAUSE Advanced Camp on Workflow Models and Technologies. This meeting has a wiki space at Internet2. Paul Hill, Bob Morgan – Opening Presentation Discussion around “what is workflow” Is there a difference between Human Workflow and Business Process Orchestration? Industry will use the … Continue reading Advanced CAMP – Enterprise Workflow Morning Session
### Attendees: George Brett, Steve Olshanski, John-Paul Robinson, Jim Phelps George: Opening comment about presentation “Identity 2.0” at OSCON 2005 ### Shift in Identity discusion Students provide a lot of personal information on Facebook but they also turn on the FERPA flags to protect their information from “the institution”. Steve asked about Linked In. Movement … Continue reading Internet2 Collaboration Tools Phone Call 4 October 2005
When my cell phone rings, I flip open the cover and check the phone number of the caller. If the caller’s number is blocked or is not in my address book, I usually let the call go to voice mail. If the caller leaves a message, I listen to the message and then decide whether … Continue reading Identity Assertions, Extending Services and my Cell Phone
Lynn McRae (Stanford) talking about the roadmap for Signet. Tom Barton (U Chicago) discussing Grouper.
Mlist Working Group Meeting Serge Olivier discussing the Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM) anti-spam systems. Craig Hancock discussing RPM packages for Linux installs.
My Presentation can be downloaded from the Internet2 Fall Member Meeting site as a PDF . My opening comments are included in my PDF. George Brett’s opening comments: 1. The recent Wizards Meeting used wiki’s for real-time posting of notes and documents. This was a shift from the usual – mailing list and weekly phone … Continue reading I2FMM Collaboration Tools Presentation 2005