From SPDX Wiki
- Most of the team leads were not able to join, so we curtailed the meeting
- These 'virtual minutes' compile status reports from each team.
Business Team Report - Jack/Scott
- The SPDX Survey was closed and the results were compiled. A few of the highlights:
- Over 100 people responded
- Punchline was that more than 75% thought it was important/very important to have a standard for exchanging license information.
- Good representation world wide.
- Good mix of big and small companies.
- You can view the results here: http://wiki.spdx.org/view/Business_Team/Surveys
- The next step with the Survey results is to see what can be actionable and what to do.
- The University of Omaha Nebraska is working with Yocto and SPDX to integrate their Fossology + SPDX instance into the Yocto build process.
- Phil Odence and Scott Lamons submitted an article to IFOSSLR on he state of SPDX.
Legal Team Report - Jilayne
- 5/23 meeting was a joint call with tech team to discuss specifics and implementation of license matching guidelines
- we will use regular expression language for mark-up; Daniel German offered to take on mark-up task with guidance on what to mark-up from legal team
- Legal team to track what licenses have been done and progress, etc.
- Gary and Daniel to sort out other implementation specifics
- 6/6 meeting – mostly back to regular programming. Went over the new license tracking page and made updates
- had request for Artistic Perl license to be added: this is an outstanding OSI issue. Email to OSI was resent to try and get this resolved
- Need volunteers to do research on a few other specific licenses
- GPL exceptions research progressing – Tom V. to report on next call
Tech Team Report - Kate
- Bugzilla now has 1.2 Specification target.
- Tech group has spent last 2 weeks identifying selected set of bugs from prior input (Collab, bugzilla, etc.) that will be targetted for 1.2
- UNO making good progress getting command line version of spdx generator available for YOCTO. Request is to get it moved up to public repository now.
- CFP for LinuxCon is June 17. Gary to discuss with Matt about possible paper collaboration.