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Project Overhead and Infrastructureongoingn/a
This work package encompasses efforts to "keep the lights on" for the Shibboleth projects. This includes attending teleconferences, face-to-face meetings, core list emails, etc. Also includes ongoing management of the infrastructure, and basic coordination among the team.

Standards Development

ongoingn/a
This work package encompasses the effort expended to participate in, and keep track of, specifications from standards bodies such as OASIS, W3C, IETF, Kantara, etc. We have scaled back our efforts here to focus on development work in recent years.
User Supportongoingn/a
This work package encompasses the effort spent supporting users of the Shibboleth software through the Member-only support mechanisms or in response to mailing list questions from members. Non-member support is not subsidized and not project time.

OpenSAML-C, version 3, Maintenance

ongoingn/a
This work package encompasses the effort in maintaining the V3 C++ OpenSAML stack (the xml-security, xmltooling, opensaml libraries). This includes bug fixes, testing, release preparation and distribution. It does not include significant feature work.

Native SP, version 3, Maintenance

ongoingn/a
This work package encompasses the effort in maintaining the V3 Service Provider product. It includes bug fixes, testing, and release preparation and distribution. It does not include significant feature work.
Embedded Discovery Service, version 1, Maintenanceongoingn/a
This work package encompasses the effort in maintaining the EDS, including bug fixes, testing, and release preparation and distribution.

OpenSAML-J, version 3, Maintenance

ongoingn/a
This work package encompasses the effort in maintaining the V3 Java OpenSAML library and supporting libraries. This includes bug fixes, testing, release preparation and distribution. It does not include significant feature work, as active development has moved to V4.

IdP, version 3, Maintenance

ongoingn/a
This work package encompasses the effort in maintaining the V3 Identity Provider product. It includes bug fixes, testing, and release preparation and distribution. It does not include significant feature work, as active development has moved to V4.

Metadata Aggregator, version 1.0

20192020?

Initial product release of the framework and command line tool. Excludes previously intended Metadata Query Protocol functionality and in-depth documentation.
OpenSAML V4Q4 2019Q1 2020

Next feature update to libraries, principally focused on cleanup, possibly requirements for more complete SP functionality in Java to support IdP proxying.
IdP V4Q4 2019Q1 20201+PYOpenSAML V4An upgrade focused on move to Java 11, Spring 5, and elimination of deprecated features and APIs, and a few new features. More details>>>

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OpenID Connect

Java, C++, OAuth/OIDC

2.5PM (Java prototype), 10-12PM (Java comprehensive)

3-4PM (C++ prototype), 16PM (C++ comprehensive)

A GEANT project to implement OIDC natively is approaching first on its second official release and the expectation is that it will be incorporated into a future IdP version, possibly V4 or V5 depending on timingIdPv5 after migrating into our Git repository for V4.

SP work unlikely given current resources but in a perfect world might be nice to pull in code from mod_auth_oidc.

IdP Proxy SupportJava, under consideration for V4 or V5work underway4PM

Add sufficient OIDC and SAML RP support to IdP to handle proxying use cases without additional software footprint.

Evaluating work from MPassID project.

SAML proxying is planned for IdPv4 and additional protocols will be added later.

SP Packaging Automation20201PMWe need to build an AWS-based process for automating SP packaging, at least encompassing RPM, possibly Windows if practical

Under Discussion

These are projects which have been proposed but which the Consortium has not yet decided to work on. Most estimates here are highly speculative.

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