Re: Tutorials, sample RDF files

Yev Bronshteyn

I believe Gary mentioned said generator has a dependency on external packages in order for its output to be legal.

On 2/8/16, 3:33 PM, "spdx-bounces@... on behalf of Manbeck, Jack" <spdx-bounces@... on behalf of j-manbeck2@...> wrote:

I believe Gary has been working on a Maven plug in generator for SPDX as well if that would be useful.


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From: spdx-bounces@... [mailto:spdx-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Bill Schineller
Sent: Monday, February 08, 2016 3:04 PM
To: Marvin Humphrey; spdx@...
Subject: Re: Tutorials, sample RDF files

Hi Marvin,
Welcome to the list and thanks for your interest!

Is this you?

Regarding samples and tools, our spdx-tools repo is mirrored here:

Primary developer for those tools is Gary O'Neall, with some contributions from others.

Have a look, and I'm certain that Gary and some hands-on tech team contributors would be happy to guide you through their use.

- Bill

Bill Schineller
VP Engineering - KnowledgeBase
Black Duck Software
508-308-5921 (cell)

On 2/8/16, 2:49 PM, "spdx-bounces@... on behalf of Marvin Humphrey" <spdx-bounces@... on behalf of marvin@...> wrote:


I'm an active contributor at the Apache Software Foundation with
regards to release policy and licensing. I'd like to explore the
possibility of having an Apache project supply SPDX data in a release.

I'm imagining that we would supply SPDX data as an RDF file, because
our official releases are 100% source. I also imagine that we would
want to either hand-craft those files or generate them using open source tools.

Can you point me to some sample RDF files, tutorials, or documentation
explaining how I would go about that? It's been surprisingly difficult
to track down such materials.


Marvin Humphrey
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