General Meeting/Minutes/2021-11-04

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  • Attendance: 25
  • Lead by Phil Odence
  • Minutes from last approved
  • Company membership mechanics will be rolled out within a couple weeks.


GSOC - Ujjwal

  • JSON Support for Golang libraries

Tech Team Report - Kate/Gary/Others

 

  • Tools 
    • no update
  • Specification
    • Spec version compatible with ISO, now available
  • Version 3
  • Most of the work is focused on the core model.  We’re making progress but still have a ways to go to settle on a good code the other profiles will be built on.
  • A new repo has been setup for the SPDX 3.0 spec since it will have a different way of generating the examples and spec and will also be under the new license as part of the new governance we put in place
  • We expect more activities on the profiles next month, especially security
  • Interest in the spec and tools continues to increase – we’re seeing some good signs of adoption from companies, other open source projects, and individuals (if you need more detail – SW360 is engaged in some issues conversations on the tools, the SPDX 2.1 spec issues has some new contributor)

Legal team update - Jilayne/Pau/Steve

  • FreeBSD will be adopting SPDX tags
  • Fedora is exploring as well
  • Conversations about adding better instructions on using Git to contribute to license repo

 

Outreach team - Sebastian

  • Processes
    • Transitioned to monthly meeting
    • Different ways of working in between under discussion
  • Wikipedia page updates
    • Adding history
  • Adding logos of companies and projects that are using


Attendees

  • Phil Odence, Black Duck/Synopsys
  • Ujjwall Agarwal
  • Alexios Zavras, Intel
  • Eric Billingsley, Calculi
  • Jeff Schutt, Cisco
  • Sebastian Crane
  • Bob Martin, Mitre
  • Steve Winslow, Boston Technology Law
  • Christopher Lusk, Lenovo
  • David Edelsohn, IBM
  • Jilayne Lovejoy, Red Hat
  • Tony Aiuto
  • Karan Marjara, AWS
  • Joshua Marpet, RM-ISAO
  • Paul Madick, Jenzabar
  • Adrian Diglio, Microsoft
  • Alfredo Espinosa
  • Brad Goldring
  • Edgar
  • Joe
  • Vicky Brasseur, Wipro
  • Warner Losh, FreeBSD
  • Fellow Jitser
  • Aasim, Microsoft