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Agenda

CSG Workshop and Meeting Agenda
Cornell University
9-11 May 2001


Wednesday 9 May 2001

**Bus service from Clarion Hotel
**Buses circulate from 8:00 to 9:30


CSG Workshop
**Ives Hall, Room 115
**Breakfast/break service and breakout room in Ives Hall, Room 116

8:30    Continental Breakfast

9:00    CSG Long Workshop:  Videoconferencing Technology
        Coordinators:  Ted Hanss, Renee Frost
        Please see Addendum A for the detailed agenda.


12:00   Lunch
**ILR Conference Center, Room 105

1:00    CSG Workshop:  Videoconferencing Technology (continued)

5:00    Adjourn

**Bus service to Clarion Hotel
**Buses circulate from 5:00 to 6:00

Group Dinner - Lehigh Valley House, 801 W Buffalo St, Ithaca
6:00 - 7:00    Buses circulate between hotel and restaurant
6:00           Cocktails
7:00           Dinner
9:00 - 10:00   Buses circulate between restaurant and hotel


Thursday 10 May 2001

**Bus service from Clarion Hotel
**Buses circulate from 7:00 to 8:30


CSG Workshop
**Ives Hall, Room 115
**Breakfast/break service and breakout room in Ives Hall, Room 116

7:30    Continental Breakfast

8:00    CSG Short Workshop:  General IT Security
        Coordinator:  Mark Bruhn
        Please see Addendum B for the detailed agenda.

10:30   Break

11:00   CSG Mini Workshop:  Voice over IP
        Coordinator:  Jim Jokl
        Please see Addendum C for the detailed agenda.


12:00   Lunch
**ILR Conference Center, Room 105


CSG Meeting
**Ives Hall, Room 115
**Breakfast/break service and breakout room in Ives Hall, Room 116


1:30    I. Introductory Remarks (CSG Coordinator)


1:35    II. Consortial Member Updates (CSG Coordinator)

        Possible reports from:

        EDUCAUSE (Williams)
        Merit (Aupperle)
        CREN (Boettcher)
        Internet2 (Hanss)
        DLF (Millman/Graham)
        CIC Schools (Jackson)
        CNI (Lynch/Summerhill)
        Others

2:15    III. Policy Discussion 1:  LDAP recipe and directory management
        Coordinator:  Michael Gettes

3:15    Break


3:45    IV. Policy Discussion 2:  Stellar
        Coordinator:  Vijay Kumar

5:00    Adjourn

**Bus service to Clarion Hotel
**Buses circulate from 5:00 to 6:00

Group Dinner - LaTourelle Inn, 1150 Danby Rd, Ithaca
               (catering by John Thomas Steakhouse, 1152 Danby Rd)
6:00 - 7:00    Buses circulate between hotel and restaurant
6:00           Cocktails
7:00           Dinner
9:00 - 10:00   Buses circulate between restaurant and hotel


Friday 11 May 2001

**Bus service from Clarion Hotel
**Buses circulate from 7:30 to 9:00

CSG Meeting (continued)
**Ives Hall, Room 115
**Breakfast/break service and breakout room in Ives Hall, Room 116

8:00    Continental Breakfast

8:30    V. Organizational Issues (CSG Coordinator)

        A. CSG Election: Coordinator (Jackson)

        B. Steering/Membership Committee Issues

        C. Treasurer's Report

        D. CSG Secretariat Renewal

        E. Logistics for Fall 2001 Meeting
           (University of Washington, 12-14 September 2001)

        F. Confirmation of Winter 2002 Meeting
           (Sanibel Harbour Resort, 9-11 January 2002)

        G. Venue/Date Selection for Spring 2002 Meeting

                          May 2002
                    Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa
                              1  2  3  4
                     5  6  7  8  9 10 11
                    12 13 14 15 16 17 18
                    19 20 21 22 23 24 25
                    26 27 28 29 30 31


8:45    VI. Short Slots & Technology Tracking Group Reports (Worona)

        The following topics will be covered:

        Fiber-optic connector technology (Kogut)
        Internet2 resource allocation (Klingenstein)
        Campus Network Architectures, in particular, optical networks (Gale)
        Internet2 H.323 NOC and second level support center (Gale)
        Internet2 applications (Wellings)
        TTG Coordinator (Worona)

        Others as time and interest allow.

        Please see Addendum D for the complete list of
        TTG topics and coordinators.

9:45    Break

10:15   VII. Policy Discussion 3:  Hot Topics on Campus roundtable
        Coordinator:  Steve Worona

11:15   VIII. Session Proposals for Fall 2002 Meeting (McCredie)

12:00   Adjourn


12:00   Lunch (box lunches available)
**Ives Hall, Room 116

**Bus service to Clarion Hotel
**Buses circulate from 11 to 1:30


Addendum A:  CSG Full-Day Workshop:  Videoconferencing Technology
             Detailed Agenda

CSG Videoconferencing Workshop
Wednesday 9 May 2001
Note: All times are EDT

Suggestions/comments are welcome

This workshop will provide an overview of the most popular technologies 
used for interactive videoconferencing, including examples of current uses. 
There will be significant time for open discussion.

9:00 a.m.

Open
Objectives for the day
Agenda Review

9:15 a.m.

ViDe-The Video Development Initiative
http://www.vide.net/

About ViDe (Jill Gemmill, University of Alabama at Birmingham, ViDe chair, 
remote)

9:30 a.m.

ViDeNet (Tim Poe, University of North Carolina, remote)

Videoconferencing Cookbook (Mary Trauner, Georgia Tech, remote)

10:30 a.m.

BREAK

10:45 a.m.

Videoconferencing protocol overview (Tyler Johnson, University of North 
Carolina, remote)
- H.323, SIP, MPEG, etc.

11:15 a.m.

VidMid, the Video Middleware Initiative - (Mary Fran Yafchak)
- Security (authentication, authorization, and privacy/encryption)
- Directory services

11:45 a.m.

Discussion, q&a

Noon

LUNCH

1:00 p.m.

Production Issues and Videoconferencing (Michael Wellings and Tim Lorang, 
University of Washington)
- Lighting
- Audio
- Cameras
- Room layout

1:45 p.m.

HDTV-based Videoconferencing (Terry Gray, University of Washington, remote)

2:00

Other Videoconferencing Technologies and Environments (Bob Riddle, 
Internet2, remote)
- MPEG-1, MPEG-2
- MJPEG
- DV/Firewire
- VRVS (Virtual Rooms Videoconferencing System, www.vrvs.org)
- AccessGrid (www.accessgrid.org)
- The future of the "mbone tools" vic/vat/rat (see http://www.openmash.org/

3:00

Break

3:30 p.m.

Infrastructure issues
While some of these topics will be touched on in earlier sections, we will 
recap the issues of:

- Multicast
- Interoperability (within and across videoconferencing technologies)
- Intellectual property and licensing (how are the technologies patented 
and what are the licensing terms?)
- Problem resolution. How do you resolve problems when they occur? How can 
you anticipate problems?
    - Pioneer measurement project
    - Dealing with loss of audio

4:15 p.m.

User experiences and discussion
- Volunteers will talk about their implementation experiences
- Any opportunities for joint activities?

5:00 p.m.

END


Addendum B:  CSG Half-Day Workshop:  General IT Security
             Detailed Agenda

8:00am Introduction (Mark Bruhn, Indiana University)
8:15am Technical Security Experiences and Institutional Self-Defense (Kathy
Kimball, Penn State University)
        Probes
        Common Security Vulnerabilities and Causes
        Tactical, Strategic, and Personal Firewalls
        Intrusions
        Formal Intrusion Detection
        Viruses
        DDoS Attacks
        Self-Defense Tools
        PSU Security Organization, Services, and Activities
9:15am Philosophies, Policies, and Attitudes (Mark Bruhn, Indiana
University)
        Organizational Issues
        Policy Issues
        Campus Culture
        Security Resources
        IU Security Organization, Services, and Activities
10:00 General Discussion on Issues, Current Events, and Questions.


Addendum C:  CSG Mini Workshop:  Voice over IP
             Detailed Agenda

11:00 - Jim Jokl - Virginia
      - Introduction - VoIP Technology & Issues
      - VoIP at Virginia

11:30 - Susan Delellis - Harvard
      - VoIP experiences at Harvard


Addendum D:  Candidate TTG Topics

Get in touch with Steve Worona to get a topic on the agenda, add
topics, or volunteer to coordinate open topics.

Authenticated DHCP; drop-in connections  Mark Poepping
Authentication/security                  Bob Morgan
Basic values and advanced technologies   Ken Klingenstein
Campus network architectures             Doug Gale
Campus network funding models            Jack McCredie
Collaboration tools                      Steve Carmody
DCE                                      Steve Kellogg
Digital Libraries                        David Millman, Steve Worona
Directory services                       Mark Poepping
Distributed computing architecture       Bob Morgan
Email                                    Terry Gray
Fiber-optic connector technology         Rich Kogut
Financial Management                     Nate Johnson
Human resources issues                   Jack McCredie
Information Technology Architecture      Susan Minai-Azary
Internet2 applications                   Ted Hanss
Internet2 resource allocation            Ken Klingenstein
Network Commerce                         Jeff Schiller, Sandy Senti
Network computers                        Bob Morgan
Network-based calendaring                Paul Hill, Greg Jackson
Policy                                   Steve Worona
Security                                 Bob Mahoney
Voice/Video over IP                      Doug Gale
Web authorization tools                  Sandy Senti

These TTG's currently have no owner:
     Charging for printing
     Departmental LANs
     Higher-Ed objects
     Internet-2 technology
     Metadirectories
     Service level agreements
     Version control and software distribution
     Video
     Wireless technologies
     Workflow
     WWW