The PlugFest event is hosted under the terms and conditions defined in the PlugFest project group Charter. You can view that Charter here. You must be a member of the Project Group in order for your registration to be accepted. If you are already a member of PlugFest Project Group, no action is necessary. If not, you will need to agree to the Project Group Charters and join the group here.
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Please contact Rebecca Naus if you need help with TIP or PlugFest membership.
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To ensure that that each solution is fully tested during the test period, the number of solutions will be limited. Registrants (Solution Providers and SI’s) will be contacted individually to ensure that they meet the Rural Site Solution criteria. Registration will be further contingent on membership in the PlugFest Project Group and TIP.
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PlugFest Participation Criteria
To ensure that that each solution is fully tested during the test period, the number of solutions will be limited. Registrants (Solution Providers and SI’s) will be contacted individually to ensure that they meet the Rural Site Configuration criteria after registration and prior to the beginning of the PlugFest.
The PlugFest will be conducted in a lab environment only open to those that have registered and that meet the criteria. During the testing period, information regarding the testing and the test plan will be shared among the participants only. Participants are expected to contribute information and details regarding their experience in the PlugFest to the project group Chair and other participants.
At the end of the testing period, the results and feedback will be collected and a summary of the testing and outcomes will be created and shared with the participants for review and approval prior to publication to the broader TIP community. Once finalized, the summary and other testing details may be shared with the broader TIP community on the TIP website and published under the TIP Document License which you can find here.