These were accepted.
The text on the password portal and in the email sent to users needs to be amended. Should also check what information IS send to new users.
Deadline of end October is still achievable.
Only CUPS document remains to be completed.
Moved from deferred action to list to current list.
Blog articles suggested:
Blog articles discussed:
Blog articles completed:
Report from Computing Executive Group
All Units to review their pages giving priority to pages with no review date set and pages that have not been reviewed in the last 18 months.
This page is meant to include all planned absences not just holiday leave i.e. it should include conferences, meetings held outwith Edinburgh etc.
Reports from units
Unlikey to bother anyone but IS have announced that the dialup service is going to be turned off at the end of the month.
This is scheduled to happen on Monday. Tim explained that for external visitors the process will be much more straightforward. There will only be 2 categories of visitors from upstream - visiting student and visiting staff. HR will not maintain visitor data locally. However, the exception will be for visitor accounts required for staff who work elsewhere in the University. These will need to be maintained locally. The problem is keeping track of when these people leave but ultimately this will be achieved from a feed from upstream. The issue of reconciliation of staff/visitor accounts and their eligibility to view certain data after their status has changed was also raised. Support are to ask Records Management for guidance. Tim/Toby/Alison also need to iron out the anomolies/oddities that initial checking has thrown up (e.g. some users UUN will change when the new feed is introduced).
Will take place w/c 20th October with a more structured format. Details to follow ....
Topics for discussion
Will go ahead. Alastair will create a wiki page with a list of discussion points. COs can then add to this list.
The next meeting will be on 22nd October 2014 at 10:00, in IF-4.31
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