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18
Feb.
2021

Community

InCommon Fun Facts – February 2021

February 18, 2021 Show your participation InCommon has a nice badge logo for use by current participants. Take a look and download your very own. New InCommon Participants As of February 18, 2021, InCommon has 1,025 participants. Here are the new participants since the January newsletter: Higher EducationGeorgia Gwinnet…

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25
Jan.
2021

Community

New Members Join InCommon Steering Committee

Internet2 announced the selection of three new members to the InCommon Steering Committee which provides strategic direction, oversight, and recommendations for critical identity management services and offerings that benefit research and higher education in the U.S. The new members are Kristi Holmes (Northwestern University), Jeremy Livingston (Stevens Institute of…

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19
Jan.
2021

Community

InCommon Fun Facts – January 2021

January 19, 2021 Show your participation InCommon has a nice badge logo for use by current participants. Take a look and download your very own. New InCommon Participants As of January 19, 2020, InCommon had 1,023 participants. Here are the new participants since the August newsletter: Higher…

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09
Dec.
2020

Community

InCommon Fun Facts – December 2020

December 9, 2020 Show your participation InCommon has a nice badge logo for use by current participants. Take a look and download your very own. New InCommon Participants As of December 7, 2020, InCommon had 1,023 participants. Here are the new participants since the August newsletter: Higher EducationEastern New…

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06
Nov.
2020

Community

InCommon Fun Facts November 2020

November 6, 2020 Show your participation InCommon has a nice badge logo for use by current participants. Take a look and download your very own. New InCommon Participants As of November 6, 2020, InCommon had 1,023 participants. Here are the new participants since the August newsletter: Sponsored PartnerSignal Vine,…

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06
Nov.
2020

Federation Community

Baseline Expectations 2 Take Effect

November 6, 2020 The InCommon Steering Committee has approved the second set of Baseline Expectations, including three technical requirements aimed at improving security and the user experience. This follows an extensive community collaboration and consultation process. Baseline Expectations 2 (BE2) includes three additional elements that all participants must meet during…

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30
Oct.
2020

CAMP Academy Advance CAMP Community Events

CAMP Program Published; Register Today

October 30, 2020 By Dean WoodbeckInCommon Director of Community Awareness We’ve published the program for the InCommon/GÉANT CAMP, which will take place virtually Monday and Tuesday, November 16-17. The Advance CAMP (ACAMP) unconference will follow November 18-20. This is the program typically held at the Internet2 Technology Exchange (TechEx), which…

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14
Oct.
2020

Community

October Community Update:Passwordless Authentication and SAML Identifiers

October 14, 2020 In this post: InCommon Technical Advisory Committee Updates: SAML Identifiers, IdP as a ServicePasswordless Login Discussion: Community Architecture Committee for Trust and Identity Update How to Join an InCommon Advisory Group Working groups are open and you are free to join a working group meeting…

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15
Sep.
2020

Community

InCommon Fun Facts – September 2020

September 15, 2020 Show your participation InCommon has a nice badge logo for use by current participants. Take a look and download your very own. New InCommon Participants As of September 14, 2020, InCommon had 1,021 participants. Here are the new participants since the August newsletter: Higher EducationUnited States…

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15
Sep.
2020

Community

Nominations for Advisory Committees Opens October 1

September 15, 2020 By Jessica Fink, InCommon Community Advocacy Program Manager InCommon needs enthusiastic volunteers to bring their unique expertise to our community groups. Serving on advisory committees is an excellent way to serve the community, broaden your professional network, and develop and hone leadership skills. We invite you to…

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