Subject Re: ePTID comparison
From Keith Hazelton <hazelton@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date Mon, 31 Aug 2009 13:10:26 -0500

That is what we originally meant to imply with the eduPerson spec. Further

"E" is everyone (universal set)

"affiliate" = "E" - "member" or, depending on your favorite set notation, "affiliate" = "E" \ "member"


On Aug 28, 2009, at 16:34, Diego R. Lopez wrote:


On 27 Aug 2009, at 16:01, Andrew Cormack wrote:
Of the other federations, the links from AAF and don't seem to be accessible to non-members; SIR, AAI@EduHr and SURFnet don't make it clear what their hierarchy of values is; and FEIDE, Swamid, and InCommon
refer to the original eduPerson specification, which is silent on the
question of hierarchy. If any of those would like to let me know what
their hierarchies look like then I'd be delighted to add them.

"employee" = "faculty" U "staff"
"member" = "employee" U "student"

Be goode,

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Dr Diego R. Lopez - RedIRIS
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