IAM/CoSS/ParSys Sprint J Review


(Henrik Mitsch) #1

Dear Stakeholders,

Here we go with our regular update …

Highlights

  • Lots of movement on the Events Utility
    • Contacts RSVP’ing to events are now created in the production instance of Mozilla CRM!
    • Access to the administration interface is managed through Mozilla IAM.
    • Email triggers for event participants were aligned with the Life-Cycle Marketing team.
  • Recap of the Mozillians.org Repositioning UX Workshop last week: First mockups for Profiles and Search. Data model for future user profiles (Profile V2) defined.
  • New Login Experience now provides users with a choice for auto-login.
  • PoC implementation First iteration of an Expiration of Access implementation.
  • Spam protection for Mozillians.org profiles activated. Profiles identified as spam by akismet are removed daily. About 1000 profiles were removed on its first run.

Community Contributions

Release Notes


IAM/CoSS Sprint Review

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OKR Confidence Levels

This is our latest Q2 OKR confidence scoring. It is prefixed in brackets, the scale is 1 (low confidence) to 10 (high confidence).

O1: Easy to manage and trusted security

  • (4) All Staff members have Mozillians.org profiles
  • (2) Workday API integration scoped out with People team
  • (4) Main components of the IAM Stack are hosted on the kubernetes-based Mozilla IAM infrastructure
  • (8) Expiration of access based on service usage

O2: Build towards high-value needs

  • (8) Add Firefox Accounts to account linking
  • (8) Add Firefox Accounts as login method to Mozilla IAM
  • (5) The Person API replaces Mozillians.org’s public API
  • (5) Plan transition of Bugzilla to Mozilla IAM

O3: Mozilla IAM is easy to use


(Nigini A. Oliveira) #2

Could you share pointers to the UX Workshop resources and results referred in this post? I’m interested in getting involved with Mozillians’ UX effort.

Cheers.


(Henrik Mitsch) #3

Hi @nigini,

thanks for reaching out.

The UX work is still fairly early stage. The best way to follow it is by watching out for our fortnightly Sprint Review updates. Does that work for you?

What are you specific areas of expertise or interest that you would want to get involved with?

Best regards,
Henrik