These were accepted as a reasonable account of the last meeting.
Progress has faltered somewhat. Will re-invigorate
Alison will investigate status of cura, kouravar and marbas
Actions added or revived:
Deferred until first December meeting to allow Toby to complete his document on the subject
Blog articles suggested:
Blog articles discussed:
Blog articles completed:
Report from Computing Executive Group
Reports from Units
It was agreed that though potentially useful, sufficient workarounds existed to make it unnecessary to immediately rewrite the network component to allow CO defined IPv6 addresses. On the other hand, the opinion of the meeting was that turning on SLAAC-style reverse addresses should be done in the near future.
Topics for discussion
With the Secure Endpoints website once more having disappeared, the question of how to advise users to install Kerberos, the network id manager and the AFS client on self-managed Windows machines was raised. Toby suggested that the YFS client, which apparently includes an implementation of Kerberos might be suitable. He will investigate.
The next meeting will be on Wed 12th October 2016 at 10:00 in IF-4.31, chaired by George.
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