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ALF propsal [message #561636] Wed, 12 April 2006 20:43
Mary Ruddy is currently offline Mary RuddyFriend
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Today at 6:30 EDT, ALF is hosting a conference call with Higgins.

Purpose: To discuss and finalize the proposal to implement the ALF
single-sign-on infrastructure within the Higgins project.

Dial in +1-303-928-3232 conference id: 6053141#

Agenda for the call, which will last about an hour:

1. Project background to bring all participants up to speed

a. Brief into to ALF (7 min) - Ali or Brian/Tim

b. Brief intro to Higgins (7 min) - Mary/Paul

2. Description of what ALF is building for SSO (and expects to contribute)
(10 min) - Brian

a. Discussion of how it fits with Higgins (10 min) - All

3. Identification and discussion of project touchpoints (10 min) - Brian

4. Discussion of project schedules (7 min) - Brian/Ali/Mirinda for ALF

5. Review of main points in announcement (7 min) - All

6. Identify action items/next steps

Other background info from previous messages:

Prior to the meeting, please read the ALF Security Architecture for SSO
document on the Eclipse ALF website: e_SSO.pdf

The motivation for the ALF contribution to Higgins to be:

1. While ALF requires the security facilities, ALF's focus is not security.

2. ALF can provide the resources to implement the STS and security
infrastructure needed by ALF. (Though we hold out the hope that other
participants in Higgins might have code to contribute that might
accelerate the capability.) We believe what ALF requires is generic and
widely applicable.

3. Having the work done in Higgins would subject the work to scrutiny by
more of the security community

4. Higgins becomes more valuable to the Eclipse community

Brian Carroll
Serena Fellow
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