New to Apereo? Join us for our lightning project talks! In this session we will introduce you to the following Apereo projects:
Learn about these robust, enterprise-ready projects and how they can make a difference for your institution. And learn about Incubation, the process to turn ideas into production-ready open-source solutions.
by Benjamin Oshrin and Bill Thompson
OpenRegistry is an identity registry developed for the higher education community. In an identity management system, the identity registry is designed to create a single, canonical record for each individual associated with the institution.
This session will provide an overview of the OpenRegistry architecture and design, as well as an update on the development roadmap. OpenRegistry is currently in production at Rutgers, and is a joint project with other schools (such as Simon Fraser, UC Berkeley, and UC San Francisco) contributing to its development.
by Ian Dolphin
The Jasig incubation process represents the distillation of significant experience in the development of open source software, and the communities that support it in higher education. Reviewing this process and developing it further was an early priority for Apereo. This session will present the proposals of the Apereo Incubation Review Working Group, and allow community members to discuss and further refine the future direction of the Apereo incubation process.
Led by Ian Dolphin and members of the Incubation Review Working Group.
2nd–7th June 2013