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Revision as of 08:03, 20 May 2014

SPDX 2.0 Specification Project Overview


Objectives

This is the next major release of the specification. SPDX 2.0 will extend the specification beyond the package level scope and enhance it to address relationships between artifacts.


Overall Status

Our current plan is to try and get 2.0 done before LinuxCon North America which is roughly August 20th of this year. Our go or no go date to see if we can make it is to have a first draft of the specification by June 1st.

The specification is still under development, so we would not recommend downloading the version from this wiki page until it is further developed.

We have made a lot of progress recently and there are a few artifacts that you can look at to give you and idea on the 2.0 spec. The best starting point is the minutes from the Linux Collab Summit: [LinuxCollab Meeting Minutes ]

The current goal is to have a first draft by June of this year.



Milestones

The target date is set by the Milestone owner. When completed, the date will be changed to say COMPLETE. The milestone owner should also update the Status column as appropriate.

2.0 Milestones
Milestone Owner Details Target Date Current Status
Use Cases Tech Team Collection of use cases and then prioritization on the ones that will be addressed in the 2.0 specification. COMPLETE
Requirements Overview Kirsten Newcomer High level requirements overview. April 2014 Has been reviewed and pushed to the Tech report Framework. Need to publish to main site an dlink from this page as well.
Fedora License List Legal Team finish review of Fedora "good" license list and add licenses to SPDX License List for next version (to coincide with version 2.0 of spec release) June 1 2014 in progress
License Expression Language Legal Team draft license expression language text for inclusion in spec June 1 2014 need to decide on location of text and get someone to do first draft
Object Models Tech Team Modeling to support the new use cases. This is the model we are using: Merged Model Proposal June 1 2014
Draft specification to start tool development Tech Team First draft of the specification. Can start tool development and get initial reviews by community. Ideally specification should be somewhat stable to start tool development: i.e. no big changes anticipated. SPDX_Specification_Versions (see dated 2.0 drafts) June 1 2014 Working through polishing the data model which was reviewed at Linux Collab. We have made a lot of progress recently and there are a few artifacts that you can look at to give you an idea on the 2.0 spec. The best starting point is the minutes from the Linux Collab Summit: [1]
Validate Use cases Tech Team See use cases here: SPDX 2.0 Use Cases. Need to validate these against the data model. June 1 2014 In Progress. Several of the use cases were reviewed at Linux Collab.
License Matching templates Legal Team all licenses reviewed and templates created as needed July 1 in progress
SPDX Tools and Examples Updates Tech Team All SPDX tools and examples updated to support 2.0 start July 1 - August 13 (D-7days) Need to recruit someone for the tag-value format tools
Migration Plan Draft Review Period Tech Team How to go from v1.2 documents to 2.0 format TBD
SPDX 2.0 Draft Review Period Tech Team Specification is out for review by the general community tentative June 1-June 30
SPDX 2.0 Best and Final Review Period Tech Team Best and final version of the specification is out for a final blessing. tentative July 1-July 15
Migration Plan Best and Final Review Period Tech Team How to go from v1.2 documents to 2.0 format TBD
Launch Plan Business Team Launch Plan devised and in place for 2.0 release. If we want to submit papers to LinuxCons or do something at them we need to decide before May 2nd! June 2014
Press release drafted and sent to LF Business Team Press release announcing 2.0 is drafted and sent to LF to review and publish. TBD


Useful Links

The following are links to useful information around the 2.0 Specification.


Specification Release Checklist

This checklist will be used as the Specification approaches release. It is to make sure we do no forget something.

Specification Review Checklist

Specification Review Checklist
Item Who is Responsible Status
Notification of start of work on a new version to the General List (with summary) Tech team lead
Web site updated with page to hold new spec version (points to google doc repro) Web Admin
Web site news announcement (in banner area) that draft is under way Web Admin

SPDX Specification / Document Collateral Release Checklist

Specification Release Checklist
Item Who is Responsible Status
Notification on general list that the specification is approved Tech team lead
Web site updated with page to hold new spec version Web Admin
RDF terms page updated Web Admin
Web site news announcement (in banner area) that there is a new version Web Admin
Press release (via Linux Foundation) for the new version Business Team
Roadmap updated to show specification release Business Team


SPDX Tools Release Checklist

Tool Release Checklist
Tool Who is Responsible Status
Spreadsheet Template and Examples updated Tech team tools group
RDF to Tag and Tag to RDF Translators updated Tech team tools group
RDF to HTML Pretty Printer updated Tech team tools group
Spreadsheet to RDF and RDF to spreadsheet updated Tech team tools group
SPDX Compare updated Tech team tools group
SPDX Viewer updated Tech team tools group
Spreadsheet Template and Examples posted to web site SPDX Web Admin
RDF to Tag and Tag to RDF Translators posted to web site SPDX Web Admin
RDF to HTML Pretty Printer posted to web site SPDX Web Admin
Spreadsheet to RDF and RDF to spreadsheet posted to web site SPDX Web Admin
SPDX Compare posted to web site SPDX Web Admin
SPDX Viewer posted to web site SPDX Web Admin