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<p><strong>Attendees</strong></p><ul><li>Kim Weins</li><li>Chuck Gaudreau</li><li>Pierre Lapointe</li><li>Jilayne Lovejoy</li><li>Steve Cropper</li><li>Scott Lamons</li><li>Mark Gisi</li></ul><p><strong>Agenda</strong></p><ul><li>Web Site Content Cutover</li><li>EclipseCon BOF</li><li>Software Supply Chain Summit - Date and Place</li><li>Next Steps - License List process</li><li>Web Resources</li><li>SPDX 2.0 compatibility</li><li>Enterprise Adoption issues</li></ul><p><strong>Notes</strong></p><ul><li>Eclipse Con BOF</li><ul><li>March 28 7pm</li><li>In DC area</li><li>On the schedule and organized</li><li>So far, Mashad and Guillaume will be there</li><li>How can it be promoted? - Kim to ask LF if they can promote in their newletter</li></ul><li>Web site</li><ul><li>Instructions went out</li><li>Discussed the various types of page and what type to use in various cicrumstances</li><li>Should our mailing lists all be forums?&nbsp; We had a question about whether a forum would force us to log back in to respond to an email.&nbsp; That could be a bit of a pain.</li><li>We could also think about using forums for the FAQ</li></ul></ul><ul><li>Software Supply Chain Summit</li><ul><li>This would be a 1 day meeting in person with people involved in the software supply chain to discuss SPDX and OSS compliance in the supply chain</li><ul><li>Cisco is willing to host at their facilities in San Jose</li><li>Need to figure out how many people - 30-40</li><li></li></ul><li>Agenda</li><ul><li>Goals</li><ul><li>Should be more education (101)</li><li>How to get on board &amp; provide feedback</li></ul><li>State of OSS Compliance Today</li><li>Intro to SPDX</li><li>Presentations by end users (at least 2, or a panel)</li><li>License List</li><li>Tools</li><li>What's going on with the spec now</li><li>Getting involved</li><li>Discussion</li></ul><li>Who should we target to company?</li><ul><li>Maybe 30-40 attendees</li><li>End user companies</li><li>Supply chain/Procurement people working with software for 3rd parties and vendors, Legal people, open source compliance people or OSRB, part of R&amp;D team in similar orgs. Want some smaller software suppliers.</li></ul><li>Targeting Friday April 6 (day after LF COllab Summit) - Steve to check on date and if we can get a room</li><li>Will need a lunch,breakfast and maybe networking snack</li><li>Spread the word to the tech team</li></ul><li>License List Process</li><ul><li>Volunteers?&nbsp;&nbsp; Possibly Gary &amp; Jilayne</li></ul></ul>
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== Attendees ==
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* Kim Weins
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* Chuck Gaudreau
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* Pierre Lapointe
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* Jilayne Lovejoy
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* Steve Cropper
 +
* Scott Lamons
 +
* Mark Gisi
 +
 
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== Agenda ==
 +
 
 +
* Web Site Content Cutover
 +
* EclipseCon BOF
 +
* Software Supply Chain Summit - Date and Place
 +
* Next Steps - License List process
 +
* Web Resources
 +
* SPDX 2.0 compatibility
 +
* Enterprise Adoption issues
 +
 
 +
== Notes ==
 +
 
 +
* Eclipse Con BOF
 +
** March 28 7pm
 +
** In DC area
 +
** On the schedule and organized
 +
** So far, Mashad and Guillaume will be there
 +
** How can it be promoted? - Kim to ask LF if they can promote in their newletter
 +
* Web site
 +
** Instructions went out
 +
** Discussed the various types of page and what type to use in various cicrumstances
 +
** Should our mailing lists all be forums? We had a question about whether a forum would force us to log back in to respond to an email. That could be a bit of a pain.
 +
** We could also think about using forums for the FAQ
 +
 
 +
* Software Supply Chain Summit
 +
** This would be a 1 day meeting in person with people involved in the software supply chain to discuss SPDX and OSS compliance in the supply chain
 +
*** Cisco is willing to host at their facilities in San Jose
 +
*** Need to figure out how many people - 30-40
 +
***
 +
** Agenda
 +
*** Goals
 +
**** Should be more education (101)
 +
**** How to get on board &amp; provide feedback
 +
*** State of OSS Compliance Today
 +
*** Intro to SPDX
 +
*** Presentations by end users (at least 2, or a panel)
 +
*** License List
 +
*** Tools
 +
*** What's going on with the spec now
 +
*** Getting involved
 +
*** Discussion
 +
** Who should we target to company?
 +
*** Maybe 30-40 attendees
 +
*** End user companies
 +
*** Supply chain/Procurement people working with software for 3rd parties and vendors, Legal people, open source compliance people or OSRB, part of R&amp;D team in similar orgs. Want some smaller software suppliers.
 +
** Targeting Friday April 6 (day after LF COllab Summit) - Steve to check on date and if we can get a room
 +
** Will need a lunch,breakfast and maybe networking snack
 +
** Spread the word to the tech team
 +
* License List Process
 +
** Volunteers? Possibly Gary &amp; Jilayne
 +
 
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[[Category:Business|Minutes]]
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[[Category:Minutes]]

Latest revision as of 20:52, 28 February 2013

Attendees

  • Kim Weins
  • Chuck Gaudreau
  • Pierre Lapointe
  • Jilayne Lovejoy
  • Steve Cropper
  • Scott Lamons
  • Mark Gisi

Agenda

  • Web Site Content Cutover
  • EclipseCon BOF
  • Software Supply Chain Summit - Date and Place
  • Next Steps - License List process
  • Web Resources
  • SPDX 2.0 compatibility
  • Enterprise Adoption issues

Notes

  • Eclipse Con BOF
    • March 28 7pm
    • In DC area
    • On the schedule and organized
    • So far, Mashad and Guillaume will be there
    • How can it be promoted? - Kim to ask LF if they can promote in their newletter
  • Web site
    • Instructions went out
    • Discussed the various types of page and what type to use in various cicrumstances
    • Should our mailing lists all be forums? We had a question about whether a forum would force us to log back in to respond to an email. That could be a bit of a pain.
    • We could also think about using forums for the FAQ
  • Software Supply Chain Summit
    • This would be a 1 day meeting in person with people involved in the software supply chain to discuss SPDX and OSS compliance in the supply chain
      • Cisco is willing to host at their facilities in San Jose
      • Need to figure out how many people - 30-40
    • Agenda
      • Goals
        • Should be more education (101)
        • How to get on board & provide feedback
      • State of OSS Compliance Today
      • Intro to SPDX
      • Presentations by end users (at least 2, or a panel)
      • License List
      • Tools
      • What's going on with the spec now
      • Getting involved
      • Discussion
    • Who should we target to company?
      • Maybe 30-40 attendees
      • End user companies
      • Supply chain/Procurement people working with software for 3rd parties and vendors, Legal people, open source compliance people or OSRB, part of R&D team in similar orgs. Want some smaller software suppliers.
    • Targeting Friday April 6 (day after LF COllab Summit) - Steve to check on date and if we can get a room
    • Will need a lunch,breakfast and maybe networking snack
    • Spread the word to the tech team
  • License List Process
    • Volunteers? Possibly Gary & Jilayne