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Re: Import and export function of SPDX

Peter Williams <peter.williams@...>
 

On Tue Jun 12 06:02:03 2012, RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL) wrote:
We have an issue with 2 fields that do not exist in our database.: the
name of the archive file and the checksum. In the SPDX standard they
are mandatory and I do not see why would it be possibly to make them
optional?
I think making those fields optional would be advantageous. Would you mind filing a bug[1] so that we don't forget to look into the issue for the next version.

As for your immediate issues of not having data for those fields, if you are using RDF i'd just skip them altogether in the SPDX file. While your file will technically be invalid all reasonable SPDX consumers will not have a problem with that information being absent unless they need it to accomplish their goal. (In which case they cannot use your SPDX files, anyway.) If you are using the tag-value format skipping the fields altogether will, i think, prove problematic due to that format's stricter syntactic constraints. (Kate or Gary, can you confirm this?)

[1]: https://bugs.linuxfoundation.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=SPDX&component=Spec

Peter

PS: I am cc-ing the technical working group because it's participants are best suited to answer these sorts of issues.


Import and export function of SPDX

RUFFIN MICHEL
 

Dear all
As you probably noticed Alcatel-Lucent is trying to implement the SPDX standard.
We have an internal database on FOSS IP issues that has been created in 2002. and we are trying to implement an import/export function in SPDX standard.
We have an issue with 2 fields that do not exist in our database.: the name of the archive file and the checksum. In the SPDX standard they are mandatory and I do not see why would it be possibly to make them optional?
 
See bellow details
 
Michel
 
There are two fields that are mandatory in SPDX but have no equivalent in the
Alcatel-Lucent FOSS database.
 
These fields are:
 
4.3 Package File Name
4.3.1 Purpose: Provide the actual file name of the package. This may include the
packaging and compression methods used as part of the file name.
4.3.2 Intent: Here, the actual file name of the compressed file containing the
package is a significant technical element that needs to be included with each
package identification information.
4.3.3 Cardinality: Mandatory, one.
 
4.7 Package Verification Code
4.7.1 Purpose: This field provides an independently reproducible mechanism
identifying specific contents of a package based on the actual files (except the
SPDX file itself, if it is included in the package) that make up each package
and that correlates to the data in this SPDX file. This identifier enables a
recipient to determine if any file in the original package (that the analysis
was done on) has been changed and permits inclusion of an SPDX file as part of a
package.
4.7.2 Intent: Providing a unique identifier based on the files inside each
package, eliminates confusion over which version or modification of a specific
package the SPDX file refers to. The SPDX file can be embedded within the
package without altering the identifier.
4.7.3 Cardinality: Mandatory, one.
 
 
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Distinguished Member of Technical Staff
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Re: Problem with PackageSourceInfo

Gary O'Neall
 

Hi Marc-Etienne,

Thanks for catching these.

The property name is rdfs:comment for Review.

I went ahead and submitted bug 1046 to fix the spec.

For 1.1, there is also a web page with the rdf terms at
http://spdx.org/system/files/terms.html

I went through looking for inconsistencies between the terms and the spec,
but missed this one.

Gary

-----Original Message-----
From: spdx-bounces@lists.spdx.org [mailto:spdx-bounces@lists.spdx.org] On
Behalf Of Marc-Etienne Vargenau
Sent: Monday, June 11, 2012 6:21 AM
To: VARGENAU, MARC-ETIENNE (MARC-ETIENNE)
Cc: spdx@lists.spdx.org
Subject: Re: Problem with PackageSourceInfo

Le 11/06/2012 15:16, VARGENAU, MARC-ETIENNE (MARC-ETIENNE) a écrit :
Hello,

In the SPDX 1.0 and spdx-1.1-rc20120403.pdf I read:

7.3.6 RDF: property spdx:comment in class spdx:Review
Example:
<Review>
<rdfs:comment>
All of the licenses seen in the file, are matching what was seen
during manual inspection. There are some terms that can influence the
concluded license, and some alternatives may be possible, but the
conluded license is one of the options.
</rdfs:comment>
</Review>

What is correct: "spdx:comment" or "<rdfs:comment>"?

Best regards,

Marc-Etienne
Sorry, the Subject of the message should read "Problem with Review Comments"

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Re: Problem with PackageSourceInfo

Marc-Etienne Vargenau
 

Le 11/06/2012 15:16, VARGENAU, MARC-ETIENNE (MARC-ETIENNE) a écrit :
Hello,

In the SPDX 1.0 and spdx-1.1-rc20120403.pdf I read:

7.3.6 RDF: property spdx:comment in class spdx:Review
Example:
<Review>
<rdfs:comment>
All of the licenses seen in the file, are matching what was seen during
manual
inspection. There are some terms that can influence the concluded
license, and
some alternatives may be possible, but the conluded license is one of
the options.
</rdfs:comment>
</Review>

What is correct: "spdx:comment" or "<rdfs:comment>"?

Best regards,

Marc-Etienne
Sorry, the Subject of the message should read
"Problem with Review Comments"

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Problem with PackageSourceInfo

Marc-Etienne Vargenau
 

Hello,

In the SPDX 1.0 and spdx-1.1-rc20120403.pdf I read:

7.3.6 RDF: property spdx:comment in class spdx:Review
Example:
<Review>
<rdfs:comment>
All of the licenses seen in the file, are matching what was seen during manual
inspection. There are some terms that can influence the concluded license, and
some alternatives may be possible, but the conluded license is one of the options.
</rdfs:comment>
</Review>

What is correct: "spdx:comment" or "<rdfs:comment>"?

Best regards,

Marc-Etienne

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Problem with PackageSourceInfo

Marc-Etienne Vargenau
 

Hello,

In the SPDX 1.0 and spdx-1.1-rc20120403.pdf I read:

4.9.4 Data Format: free form text that can span multiple lines.
In tag format this is delimited by <text> .. </text>.
4.9.5 Tag: “PackageSourceInfo:”
Example:
PackageSourceInfo: uses glibc-2_11-branch from git://sourceware.org/git/glibc.git.

What is wrong: the Data Format or the Example?

Best regards,

Marc-Etienne

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Re: Comments in SPDX files

Marc-Etienne Vargenau
 

Le 06/06/2012 01:50, kate.stewart@att.net a écrit :
Hello Marc-Etienne,
Good catch. Looks like you've got two bugs there, one against the translation tool, and one against the spec.

Please file the bugs from https://bugs.linuxfoundation.org,
For translation tool: Product: SPDX, Component: Pretty Printer, Version: 1.1.
For SPEC: Product: SPDX, Component: SPEC, Version 1.1
Hello Kate,

It's done. Bugs 1040 and 1041.

Best regards,

Marc-Etienne

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Re: Comments in SPDX files

kate.stewart@...
 

Hello Marc-Etienne,
Good catch. Looks like you've got two bugs there, one against the translation tool, and one against the spec.

Please file the bugs from https://bugs.linuxfoundation.org,
For translation tool: Product: SPDX, Component: Pretty Printer, Version: 1.1.
For SPEC: Product: SPDX, Component: SPEC, Version 1.1

Thanks! :)

Kate

--- On Tue, 6/5/12, Marc-Etienne Vargenau <Marc-Etienne.Vargenau@alcatel-lucent.com> wrote:

From: Marc-Etienne Vargenau <Marc-Etienne.Vargenau@alcatel-lucent.com>
Subject: Comments in SPDX files
To: "spdx@lists.spdx.org" <spdx@lists.spdx.org>
Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2012, 2:43 AM
Hello,

I have questions regarding the syntax of comments in an
SPDX
file in tag format.

From the examples, it seems that ## starts a comment.
For example:
## Creation Information

But I do not see where this is documented in the SPDX spec.

When I use the TagToRdf tool on my files, I get:
line 39:78: expecting '#', found '3'

This line contains an URL: http://example.com/foo#bar

Should I file a bug report?

Best regards,

Marc-Etienne

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Comments in SPDX files

Marc-Etienne Vargenau
 

Hello,

I have questions regarding the syntax of comments in an SPDX
file in tag format.

From the examples, it seems that ## starts a comment.
For example:
## Creation Information

But I do not see where this is documented in the SPDX spec.

When I use the TagToRdf tool on my files, I get:
line 39:78: expecting '#', found '3'

This line contains an URL: http://example.com/foo#bar

Should I file a bug report?

Best regards,

Marc-Etienne

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FW: May 31 General Meeting Minutes - IMPORTANT

Philip Odence
 

Arrgggh.

Sorry for the volume. In my earlier note, I provided the wrong link for the Biz Team work looking to be reviewed.
Use this one:

From: Michael Herzog <mjherzog@...>
Organization: nexB Inc
Reply-To: Michael Herzog <mjherzog@...>
Date: Thu, 31 May 2012 09:28:02 -0700
To: Phil Odence <podence@...>
Cc: "Manbeck, Jack" <j-manbeck2@...>, "Lamons, Scott" <scott.lamons@...>, Pierre Lapointe <plapointe@...>
Subject: Re: May 31 General Meeting Minutes - IMPORTANT

Phil,

The latest version of the Vision-Mission discussion is a wiki-page at http://spdx.org/wiki/spdx-vision-mission, not the PDF file which has a lot of other topics from my original slides. The current Vision-Mission wiki-page includes the latest edits from the Business Team and focuses on the charter/vision/mission points without digging into the next level of points about product management roles and the organization in general.  We probably need to work the discussion from the top down - agree on the Vision/Mission and whether our charter is to keep developing the spec or whether we expand to developing more software.

cheers, Michael
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Please take the time to review Legal Team description and License List description as well as Mission/Vision work from Business Team. 


Attendance: 10

May 17 minutes approved
     

Legal Team Report - Jilayne

  • Finalizing work defining the team's mission purpose of License List that were published two weeks ago. Please comment now or hold your peace. Latest draft:
    • Legal Work Group description:

      "The SPDX Legal Team supports and provides recommendations to the SPDX working groups regarding licensing issues for the specification itself; maintains the SPDX License List; and promotes the SPDX specification to the legal community at-large."

       SPDX License List description:

      "The SPDX License List is a list of commonly found open source software licenses for the purposes of being able to easily and efficiently identify such licenses in an SPDX document. The SPDX License List includes a standardized short identifier, full name for each license, vetted license text, other basic information, and a canonical permanent URL. By providing a short identifier, users can efficiently refer to a license without having to redundantly reproduce the full license." 

  • Have been providing input to 1.1 spec to incorporate latest thinking on License List and to ensure consistent vocabulary.
  • Working to make sure new website content is up to date.
  • Turning attention back to matching guidelines. Aiming to reach closure with 1.1 release (about a month)

Business Team Report - Scott/Jack

  • Business Team is eager for feedback from other team's on Mission/Vision. Looking to come to closure in the next few weeks. Expectation is that this will help with prioritization of use cases for the 2.0 effort. Latest version (embedded in a set of slides): http://www.spdx.org/system/files/spdx_mission_review_may_2012_v2.pdf
  • Also, pulling together a description of Business Team's function. Scott has drafted and will be working on this in the next Business Team meeting.

Technical Team Report - Kate

  • 2.0 work
  • 1.1 work
    • Hoping to bring to closure in the next few weeks.
    • Near final draft to be posted next week, then open for two weeks of comment.


Cross Functional Issues – Phil

  • Website Update - Pierre
    • The effort has been rejuvinated. Content is moving to the new staging area. 
    • Web team is ready to flip the switch when content is set. No date set.
    • Pierre is confirming that Steve is prepared to move wholesale sections (past meeting minutes, License List, etc.)
  • LinuxCon Papers
    • Scott submitting 1.1 update proposal 
    • Gary has submitted a proposal for talking about the OSS tools


Attendees

  • Phil Odence, Black Duck Software
  • Pierre LaPonte, nexB
  • Kate Stewart, Canonical
  • Michael Herzog, nexB
  • Scott Lamons, HP
  • Jack Manbeck, TI
  • Jilayne Lovejoy, OpenLogic
  • Chuck Gaudreau, Protecode
  • Gary O'Neall, SourceAuditor
  • Mark Gisi, WindRiver

 



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May 31 General Meeting Minutes - IMPORTANT

Philip Odence
 

Please take the time to review Legal Team description and License List description as well as Mission/Vision work from Business Team. 


Attendance: 10

May 17 minutes approved
     

Legal Team Report - Jilayne

  • Finalizing work defining the team's mission purpose of License List that were published two weeks ago. Please comment now or hold your peace. Latest draft:
    • Legal Work Group description:

      "The SPDX Legal Team supports and provides recommendations to the SPDX working groups regarding licensing issues for the specification itself; maintains the SPDX License List; and promotes the SPDX specification to the legal community at-large."

       SPDX License List description:

      "The SPDX License List is a list of commonly found open source software licenses for the purposes of being able to easily and efficiently identify such licenses in an SPDX document. The SPDX License List includes a standardized short identifier, full name for each license, vetted license text, other basic information, and a canonical permanent URL. By providing a short identifier, users can efficiently refer to a license without having to redundantly reproduce the full license." 

  • Have been providing input to 1.1 spec to incorporate latest thinking on License List and to ensure consistent vocabulary.
  • Working to make sure new website content is up to date.
  • Turning attention back to matching guidelines. Aiming to reach closure with 1.1 release (about a month)

Business Team Report - Scott/Jack

  • Business Team is eager for feedback from other team's on Mission/Vision. Looking to come to closure in the next few weeks. Expectation is that this will help with prioritization of use cases for the 2.0 effort. Latest version (embedded in a set of slides): http://www.spdx.org/system/files/spdx_mission_review_may_2012_v2.pdf
  • Also, pulling together a description of Business Team's function. Scott has drafted and will be working on this in the next Business Team meeting.

Technical Team Report - Kate

  • 2.0 work
    • A little over half the use cases have been fleshed out. Others are considering in a "graveyard" unless more work gets done on them.
    • http://www.spdx.org/wiki/spdx-20-use-cases 
  • 1.1 work
    • Hoping to bring to closure in the next few weeks.
    • Near final draft to be posted next week, then open for two weeks of comment.


Cross Functional Issues – Phil

  • Website Update - Pierre
    • The effort has been rejuvinated. Content is moving to the new staging area. 
    • Web team is ready to flip the switch when content is set. No date set.
    • Pierre is confirming that Steve is prepared to move wholesale sections (past meeting minutes, License List, etc.)
  • LinuxCon Papers
    • Scott submitting 1.1 update proposal 
    • Gary has submitted a proposal for talking about the OSS tools


Attendees

  • Phil Odence, Black Duck Software
  • Pierre LaPonte, nexB
  • Kate Stewart, Canonical
  • Michael Herzog, nexB
  • Scott Lamons, HP
  • Jack Manbeck, TI
  • Jilayne Lovejoy, OpenLogic
  • Chuck Gaudreau, Protecode
  • Gary O'Neall, SourceAuditor
  • Mark Gisi, WindRiver

 


Improvements in the SPDX examples

Marc-Etienne Vargenau
 

Hello,

I suggest the following improvements in the SPDX examples.

They could be included in the final 1.1 spec.

In 4.1.6
replace
<name>glibc 2.11.1</name>
with
<name>glibc</name>

In 4.3.6
replace
<packageFileName>glibc 2.11.1</packageFileName>
with
<packageFileName>glibc-2.11.1.tar.gz</packageFileName>

This would be more realistic and align the Tag and RDF
examples.

Best regards,

Marc-Etienne

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Minutes from last SPDX General Meeting

Philip Odence
 

All,

I neglected to include the minutes from the last meeting in my reminder email.
First order of business is to approve.

Phil


Today's SPDX general Meeting

Philip Odence
 

Excuse the late notice. I am traveling. Normal time/ normal agenda today.

Sent from my iPhone


Today's SPDX general Meeting

Phil Odence <podence@...>
 

Excuse the late notice. I am traveling. Normal time/ normal agenda today.


Re: Questions on SPDX 1.0

Gary O'Neall
 

Thanks Marc - I corrected the tools page per your message below.

In terms of case sensitive - I don't recall any discussion on this relative
to the entire file. I know that some of the specific fields (such as
verification code) specify case sensitivity, but only for that field.

Gary

-----Original Message-----
From: Marc-Etienne Vargenau
[mailto:Marc-Etienne.Vargenau@alcatel-lucent.com]
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 6:04 AM
To: Gary O'Neall
Cc: spdx@fossbazaar.org
Subject: Re: Questions on SPDX 1.0

Le 29/05/2012 18:44, Gary O'Neall a écrit :
Hi Marc-Etienne,

Responses inline below

Gary
Hello Gary,

Thank you for your quick answer.
Responses inline also.

1) Is there a tool that check the syntactic validity of a file?
[Gary] The SPDX Viewer tool found at spdx.org/tools will do some
validation on a file

2) Is there a tool that converts one format to the other?
[Gary] There are conversion tools on the same website. These are Java
based command line tools. Let me know if you have any
questions/problems with the tools.
I had overlooked this page.
In page http://spdx.org/tools I would replace "Rdf to XMLversion 0.9.6" by
"Rdf to HTMLversion 0.9.6"

4) In the FAQ, licence examples are given as:
GPL-2.0 OR MIT
Apache-2.0 AND MIT AND GPL-2.0

From the spec, I consider it should be:
(GPL-2.0 or MIT)
(Apache-2.0 and MIT and GPL-2.0)

Parentheses are missing?
"and" and "or" should be lower case?

[Gary] Great catch - I updated the FAQ's page to match the spec
Is an SPDX file case-sensitive or not? Is this explained somewhere?

Best regards,

Marc-Etienne

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Re: Questions on SPDX 1.0

Marc-Etienne Vargenau
 

Le 29/05/2012 18:44, Gary O'Neall a écrit :
Hi Marc-Etienne,

Responses inline below

Gary
Hello Gary,

Thank you for your quick answer.
Responses inline also.

1) Is there a tool that check the syntactic validity of a file?
[Gary] The SPDX Viewer tool found at spdx.org/tools will do some validation
on a file

2) Is there a tool that converts one format to the other?
[Gary] There are conversion tools on the same website. These are Java based
command line tools. Let me know if you have any questions/problems with the
tools.
I had overlooked this page.
In page http://spdx.org/tools I would replace
"Rdf to XMLversion 0.9.6" by "Rdf to HTMLversion 0.9.6"

4) In the FAQ, licence examples are given as:
GPL-2.0 OR MIT
Apache-2.0 AND MIT AND GPL-2.0

From the spec, I consider it should be:
(GPL-2.0 or MIT)
(Apache-2.0 and MIT and GPL-2.0)

Parentheses are missing?
"and" and "or" should be lower case?

[Gary] Great catch - I updated the FAQ's page to match the spec
Is an SPDX file case-sensitive or not? Is this explained somewhere?

Best regards,

Marc-Etienne

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Re: Questions on SPDX 1.0

Gary O'Neall
 

Hi Marc-Etienne,

Responses inline below

Gary

-----Original Message-----
From: spdx-bounces@lists.spdx.org [mailto:spdx-bounces@lists.spdx.org] On
Behalf Of Marc-Etienne Vargenau
Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2012 2:32 AM
To: spdx@fossbazaar.org
Subject: Questions on SPDX 1.0

Hello,

I am trying to understand the SPDX 1.0 spec so that I can export our FOSS
database in SPDX format.

I have the following questions:

The are two formats, one in text and one in XML/RDF.

1) Is there a tool that check the syntactic validity of a file?
[Gary] The SPDX Viewer tool found at spdx.org/tools will do some validation
on a file

2) Is there a tool that converts one format to the other?
[Gary] There are conversion tools on the same website. These are Java based
command line tools. Let me know if you have any questions/problems with the
tools.

3) In the FAQ:
http://spdx.org/wiki/spdx-faqs

the sentence:
"You may choose to use software tools that can scan software and validate
the accuracy of the SPDX file."
appears twice. Why?

[Gary] This looks like an error - I updated the page to remove the second
line

4) In the FAQ, licence examples are given as:
GPL-2.0 OR MIT
Apache-2.0 AND MIT AND GPL-2.0

From the spec, I consider it should be:
(GPL-2.0 or MIT)
(Apache-2.0 and MIT and GPL-2.0)

Parentheses are missing?
"and" and "or" should be lower case?

[Gary] Great catch - I updated the FAQ's page to match the spec

Thank you for your help.

Marc-Etienne

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Questions on SPDX 1.0

Marc-Etienne Vargenau
 

Hello,

I am trying to understand the SPDX 1.0 spec so that I can
export our FOSS database in SPDX format.

I have the following questions:

The are two formats, one in text and one in XML/RDF.

1) Is there a tool that check the syntactic validity of a file?

2) Is there a tool that converts one format to the other?

3) In the FAQ:
http://spdx.org/wiki/spdx-faqs

the sentence:
"You may choose to use software tools that can scan software and validate the accuracy of the SPDX file."
appears twice. Why?

4) In the FAQ, licence examples are given as:
GPL-2.0 OR MIT
Apache-2.0 AND MIT AND GPL-2.0

From the spec, I consider it should be:
(GPL-2.0 or MIT)
(Apache-2.0 and MIT and GPL-2.0)

Parentheses are missing?
"and" and "or" should be lower case?

Thank you for your help.

Marc-Etienne

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Use cases to consider for 2.0 - input due this week.

Kate Stewart <kate.stewart@...>
 

Hi,
Just a reminder to get any use cases you want considered for 2.0 to
be added to the wiki pages this week [1]. Template example to be filled
out can be found in those with active links, for example [2].

The tech team will be starting to cull from consideration, those not
filled in, during our meeting next Tuesday.

Thanks, Kate


[1] http://spdx.org/wiki/spdx-20-use-cases
[2]
http://spdx.org/wiki/project-maintainer-incorporates-another-project-including-source

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