InCommon Policies and Practices
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The page below includes lots of information on how we’re structured, what we do for each service and the rules that we and our community follow to make this all work.
Reports to the Community
- 2020 InCommon Accomplishments report
- 2019 InCommon Accomplishments report (formerly Trust and Identity Accomplishments)
- 2018 Internet2 Trust and Identity Accomplishments report
- 2017 Internet2 Trust and Identity Accomplishments report
- 2016 Internet2 Trust and Identity Accomplishments
- 2015-2016 InCommon Report (pdf)
- InCommon Futures Report (pdf) – an historical (2009) strategic planning document.
- InCommon LLC Limited Liability Company Agreement (pdf)
- InCommon LLC Bylaws (pdf)
- InCommon Participation Agreement (pdf) (Review Copy)
- Federation Operating Policies and Practices (FOPP)
- Federation Attribute Overview
- InCommon Metadata Registration Practice Statement
- eduGAIN (International) Federation Policy Framework
- Baseline Expectations for Trust in Federation and Processes to Maintain Baseline Expectations
- Community Dispute Resolution Process
- InCommon Federation Software Guidelines
- Federation Security Incident Handling Practices and Reports
- InCommon Federation Participant Domain Use Policy
InCommon Certificate Service
- Certificate service legal addendum (pdf) (Review Copy)
- Find all official documents on the Certificate Service document repository page.
- eduroam Compliance Statement (pdf) This document, published by the global eduroam operator, GÉANT, outlines the minimum technical and organisational standards for roaming operators (RO) and roaming confederations (RC) in order to provide the global eduroam service.
- eduroam Acceptable Use Policy (pdf)
- eduroam Connector Agreement (pdf) (Review Copy)
- eduroam Support Organization Terms of Service (pdf) Note: These terms of service apply to the eduroam Support Organization program only, not to the entire eduroam service.
Community contributions and software development
- Internet2 Intellectual Property Policy governs the work the community does through Internet2 (and InCommon).
- Apache 2.0 License (standard) governs the use and reuse of the community’s software.
- Internet2 Intellectual Property Agreement is for those that are interested in contributing code or other high-value artifacts to our development and outreach teams.
TIER (Trust and Identity in Education and Research) Reports
Note – TIER is now the InCommon Trusted Access Platform