FYI - I’ve submitted for a BoF at TNC20
> Begin forwarded message:
> From: TNC Organisation <tnc at geant.org>
> Subject: Proposal Submission confirmation
> Date: November 25, 2019 at 6:09:02 AM PST
> To: Heather Flanagan <hlf at sphericalcowconsulting.com>
> Reply-To: TNC Organisation <tnc at geant.org>
> Dear Heather Flanagan,
> Thank you for your submission of "idpy BoF" (BoF (Birds of a Feather meeting - 2 hours)) for TNC20, which will take place on 8-12 June 2020 in Brighton, UK.
> All submissions will be reviewed and submitters will receive notifications by the beginning of February 2020.
> If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact tnc at geant.org.
> We look forward to seeing you in Brighton, UK.
> Kind regards,
> TNC20 Event Team
> Hoekenrode 3
> 1102 BR Amsterdam
> The Netherlands
> T: +31 20 530 44 88
> Email: tnc at geant.org
> Url: http://tnc20.geant.org/
Hola a todos!
On the call on 29 October, we talked about some changes for the 12 November call. We could either:
a) find someone else to run the call (Ivan is not available)
b) move the call out one week (so we have a call on 19 November and then back to our usual schedule on 26 November)
c) cancel the 12 November call and have our next meeting on 26 November.
What are your preferences?
new releases are out for pysaml2 and satosa. Check the respective changelogs:
- pysaml2 is now on version v4.9.0
- and satosa is on version v4.5.0.
Next versions of both will assume python 3.7 or greater. This comes in
line with the latest stable Debian release - Debian 10 (a.k.a. buster)
uses Python 3 "3.7.2" as the python3 executable.
This also means that we are starting the process to drop support for
python2 for pysaml2 (satosa was always python3-only.)
More releases will be coming soon for both projects as more pull
requests are merged and issues are ironed out. Thanks for your
contributions and patience ;-)
Ivan c00kiemon5ter Kanakarakis >:3