Versioned Archive

Metadata Aggregation Practice Statement v20180926

Changes to the Metadata Aggregation Practice Statement are announced to the SAFIRE Participants’ Forum. SAFIRE generates a number of metadata aggregates for various purposes, including inter-federation and its own internal operations. This document gives a broad overview of how the aggregation process works. It is currently non-normative and will be refined over time. Metadata aggregator SAFIRE makes use of WAYF’s PHPH (PHederation PHeeder) metadata aggregation software. An overview of the configuration of this aggregator and the aggregates it generates is publically available at https://phph.

Requirements for SAML2 Service Providers v20180918 (Draft)

Changes to the Requirements for SAML2 Service Providers that are purely technical in nature must reach rough consenus/no opposition at the SAFIRE Participants’ Forum. Changes to the administrative requirements are synchronised with the Metadata Registration Practice Statement. This version reached rough consensus on . The following describes the technical and administrative checks that will be made before a service provider is admitted into the SAFIRE federation within the SAML2 Technology Profile.

Requirements for SAML2 Identity Providers v20180918 (Draft)

Changes to the Requirements for SAML2 Identity Providers that are purely technical in nature must reach rough consenus/no opposition at the SAFIRE Participants’ Forum. Changes to the administrative requirements are synchronised with the Metadata Registration Practice Statement. This version reached rough consensus on . The following describes the technical and administrative checks that will be made before an identity provider is admitted into the SAFIRE federation within the SAML2 Technology Profile.

Requirements for SAML2 Service Providers v20180319 (Draft)

Changes to the Requirements for SAML2 Service Providers that are purely technical in nature must reach rough consenus/no opposition at the SAFIRE Participants’ Forum. Changes to the administrative requirements are synchronised with the Metadata Registration Practice Statement. This version reached rough consensus on . The following describes the technical and administrative checks that will be made before a service provider is admitted into the SAFIRE federation within the SAML2 Technology Profile.

Requirements for SAML2 Identity Providers v20180319 (Draft)

Changes to the Requirements for SAML2 Identity Providers that are purely technical in nature must reach rough consenus/no opposition at the SAFIRE Participants’ Forum. Changes to the administrative requirements are synchronised with the Metadata Registration Practice Statement. This version reached rough consensus on . The following describes the technical and administrative checks that will be made before an identity provider is admitted into the SAFIRE federation within the SAML2 Technology Profile.

Attribute Release Policy v20170811

Changes to the Attribute Release Policy are approved by the SAFIRE Steering Committee. This version reached rough consensus on 11 August 2017 and still needs to be ratified. As a revision to the previous version, it allows affiliation attributes to be released in the default ARP. Management of attribute release to Service Providers has been delegated to the Federation Operator in terms of the Participation Agreement. Attribute Release Profiles Through a community consensus process, the following attribute release profiles have been approved:

Attribute Release Policy v20170728

This revision does not substantively change the ARP, but introduces a section that clarifies its interpretation with respect to inter-federationn. Management of attribute release to Service Providers has been delegated to the Federation Operator in terms of the Participation Agreement. Attribute Release Profiles Through a community consensus process, the following attribute release profiles have been approved: Default The Default release profile used when no other attribute release policy is defined:

Metadata Aggregation Practice Statement v20170724

Changes to the Metadata Aggregation Practice Statement are announced to the SAFIRE Participants’ Forum. SAFIRE generates a number of metadata aggregates for various purposes, including inter-federation and its own internal operations. This document gives a broad overview of how the aggregation process works. It is currently non-normative and will be refined over time. Metadata aggregator SAFIRE makes use of WAYF’s PHPH (PHederation PHeeder) metadata aggregation software. An overview of the configuration of this aggregator and the aggregates it generates is publically available at https://phph.

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