General Meeting/Minutes/2013-11-05

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  • Attendance: 9
  • Minutes of Oct meeting approved
  • Lead by Phil Odence


Tech Team Report - Kate

  • 1.2 has shipped
    • Some of our OSS tools have been upgraded
    • Wind River at 1.2
    • Yocto not yet at 1.2
  • 2.0
    • Full steam on 2.0
    • Now is the time to get re-involved
    • Get bugs in now
  • Meta-tag discussion with Kernel guys
    • Greg KH said they would accept a patch
    • Kate starting work and working guidelines in parallel on page that Jack created
  • JimZ mentioned SPDX in his Keynote at Connect


Business Team Report - Jack/Scott

  • Overview of requirements for 2.0
    • Kate creating comparison between two models
    • Kirsten volunteered to draft a <5 page doc; targeting before Thanksgiving
    • Gary has written up an email that captures some thoughts; included in last biz team notes
  • Mark created page to track creation of tech notes and SPDX collateral
  • Jack created a 2.0 overview page
    • Also need public-facing summary of 2.0
  • Ideas for on-boarding - Biz team to take
    • Page defining where we need volunteers
    • Forum page for asking questions
    • User mailing list - may be too many lists


Legal Team Report - Jilayne

  • Finalizing license list guideline
  • License Exceptions/+ etc
    • Re-evaluating the way we handle
    • MarkG setting up dedicated meeting to discuss
    • Looking at use cases that we have a hard time handling today with current approach
    • Anyone interested in discussion should contact Mark
  • Fedora license list review
    • Working to be as consistent as possible with our short term identifies
  • Could use more lawyers on Legal Team calls


Cross Functional Issues – Phil

  • OMG is hosting a meeting in Santa Clara in December


Attendees

  • Phil Odence, Black Duck
  • Mark Gisi, Wind River
  • Scott Sterling, Palamida
  • Scott Lamons, HP
  • Jack Manbeck, TI
  • Pierre Lapointe, nexB
  • Mike Dolan, Linux Foundation
  • Kate Stewart, Linaro
  • Jilanyne Lovejoy, SPDX