Trust and Identity Working Group Support Levels
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Internet2 Support Levels for Trust and Identity Working Groups
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Group TypeGovernance/Steering and Advisory Groups Software Standards and Dev GroupsSpecial Project or Issue GroupSIG or BOF
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Examplee.g. Steering, TAC, AACe.g. Grouper, MACE-Directoriese.g. New Entities WG, Federation Interop WG, edugain Policy and Community WGe.g. InCommon-Workday
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Assist developing/ updating charterYif neededif neededif needed
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Assist identifying chair/vice-chairYif neededif neededN
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Assist recruiting/ onboarding group membersYif neededif neededN
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Help setting up call schedule (Doodle poll or other mechanism)Yif neededif needed (best handled by chair)N
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Calendar Invite (Outlook or Office 365)Yif neededif neededbest handled by chair
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Set up call coordinates (edial or BlueJeans)YYYY (note that edial must be used in this case since Bluejeans contract requires an Internet2 licensed user to be on the calls)
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Propose and send out agendas and meeting remindersYNgenerally done by chair, sometimes with help of Internet2 flywheelN
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Set up wiki and other collaboration tools (Jira, etc)YYYY
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For group members contributing software, ensure that the Contributor Agreement is in place. http://www.internet2.edu/policies/intellectual-property-framework/#appendix_cN/AYN/AN/A
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Maintain info about the group and its activities on the wikiYif neededif needed, generally handled by group membersN
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Add / remove the group on the Internet2 website list of groupsYYYY
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Maintain info about the group’s activities on the InCommon and /or Internet2 websiteyes if applicableyes if applicableyes if applicableN
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Take notes/minutes and action items. Then send those to the group and save them on the wiki. (We are moving towards Google Docs Live Scribing for most calls, but someone still must set this up, move the agenda to the Google scribing doc, be the primary contributor, and move the notes to the wiki)Ycollaborative scribing, sometimes with Internet2 staff as the primary flywheelgenerally handled by group memberhandled entirely by group member
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Assist with providing special tools and instruments as needed (Adobe Connect sessions, surveys)YYYY
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Promote milestones and results of the work using social media and other vehiclesYYYY
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Schedule/support F2F meetings (in addition to Global Summit or TechEx), for example AAC yearly F2FYYif applicableN
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Appreciation gift/ letter to chairs/group members at end of termYNNN
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At end of group’s work, ensure that the wiki indicates the status (ended or dormant), and that artifacts not already on the wiki are linked and findable to help guide the community in the future.YYgenerally handled by group membergenerally handled by group member
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Link to "Support Requirements" for Woirking Groups (Google sheet)
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https://docs.google.com/document/d/12Yn-kR2mBvooK6-oQBvVlQqApC8aZiLGJ0hZHlxbgjo/edit#
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Link to Trust and Identity Working Groups List (wiki)
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https://spaces.internet2.edu/x/8pyTBg
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