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===Dates===
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*Original date: Summer 2007
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Version 1.0 of Higgins was released February, 2008. See also the [[Higgins 1.0.1]] bugfix release.
*Revised date: August 31
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== Overview ==
*'''Revised Revised date: Sept 24-26''' (DIDW)
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===API and interface reviews and refactoring===
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Higgins 1.0 makes available to end-users three kind of identity selectors. It also makes available to developers some related web services. These top level items are called Solutions.  A ''Solution'' is a specific combination of Higgins [[Components]] that, when assembled and deployed, result in either an infrastructure-level service, or an end-user application.
* Looking at APIs from an app developers point of view
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* Looking at APIs from a higgins developer point of view
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===Interoperability Objectives===
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==Key Dates==
* CardSpace 1.0
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* Completion of 1.0 coding: December 31, 2007 (originally: Summer 2007)
* OpenId1.1 with SimpleReg
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* Eclipse Higgins 1.0 release review presentation/meeting date: Feb 13th 2008
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* [http://www.eclipse.org/org/press-release/20080221_higgins.php Higgins 1.0] press release (and graduation from incubation): Feb 21st 2008
  
===Build & Deploy===
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== Solutions ==
* Automated build and test scripts
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See the Higgins 1.0 sections within these links:
* Wiki documentation of how to build each of the [[Components]]
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* [[Active Client Overview]]
* Wiki documentation of how to build each of the [[Deployments]]
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* [[Identity Services Overview]]
* Do we need an H3 installer for Windows (e.g. .msi)? Other platforms?
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== SVN Branch ==
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* See [[Higgins SVN Branch Structure]]

Latest revision as of 14:06, 15 August 2014

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Version 1.0 of Higgins was released February, 2008. See also the Higgins 1.0.1 bugfix release.

Overview

Higgins 1.0 makes available to end-users three kind of identity selectors. It also makes available to developers some related web services. These top level items are called Solutions. A Solution is a specific combination of Higgins Components that, when assembled and deployed, result in either an infrastructure-level service, or an end-user application.

Key Dates

  • Completion of 1.0 coding: December 31, 2007 (originally: Summer 2007)
  • Eclipse Higgins 1.0 release review presentation/meeting date: Feb 13th 2008
  • Higgins 1.0 press release (and graduation from incubation): Feb 21st 2008

Solutions

See the Higgins 1.0 sections within these links:

SVN Branch

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