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Ops feedback teleconference

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* What Kerberos-related tasks do you find difficult or impossible that you wish were easier?
 
* What Kerberos-related tasks do you find difficult or impossible that you wish were easier?
   
=== Proposed topics for 2016-05-03 ===
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=== Proposed topics for 2016-06-07 ===
   
* Build-time disabling of crypto algorithms for regulatory and risk management reasons
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* functionality of MIT ktutil vs Heimdal; possibility of adding adding Heimdal UI compatibility to MIT ktutil
* Ease of building from source
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* keytab manipulation in general; what else could be improved?
   
 
=== Future proposed topics ===
 
=== Future proposed topics ===

Revision as of 15:06, 6 June 2016

A monthly public Kerberos operations/administration teleconference call takes place the first Tuesday of each month at 13:00 (1:00pm) US Eastern Time. This is an opportunity for operators or administrators of Kerberos deployments to share their Kerberos operational experiences with Kerberos developers and each other. Although the primary developers in attendance are developers of MIT Kerberos, as a Consortium activity, we welcome discussion of experiences that operators or administrators have with other implementations.

Contents

Topics

Proposed recurring topics

  • What do you wish you knew when you started working with Kerberos but had trouble discovering?
  • What Kerberos-related tasks do you find difficult or impossible that you wish were easier?

Proposed topics for 2016-06-07

  • functionality of MIT ktutil vs Heimdal; possibility of adding adding Heimdal UI compatibility to MIT ktutil
  • keytab manipulation in general; what else could be improved?

Future proposed topics

To suggest additional topics, please send email to tlyu@mit.edu.

Notes


Conference info

Audio conference:

US Toll Number: +1-617-324-0000
Access code:640 256 582

For the password to access the online meeting, e.g., if you want to use your computer for audio, please check the kerberos@mit.edu mailing list on the day of the meeting.

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