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Blog post about compliance status on the .NET core

Nuno Brito
 

Hello,

Sharing a blog post about my look into the open source compliance practice of the .NET core.

http://nunobrito1981.blogspot.com/2014/11/looking-into-net-license-compliance.html

The result is made available in SPDX format and posted on github.


With kind regards,
Nuno Brito

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phone: +49 615 146 03187


You had 940 site visitors in October - see more with Google Analytics

Scott Lamons
 

FYI...    Since May of this year (our first full month of data collection), we're averaging around 900 visits per month ranging from roughly 850-950.   No noticeable growth trend although the percentage of new visitors seems encouraging.   The bounce rate seems a bit high but I don't have a point of reference -- might be interesting if someone knows what it is for other sites; for example, linuxfoundation.org.    

-Scott

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SPDX in Action webinar announcement - November 11th @ 12pm PST (3pm EST)

Mark Gisi
 

I would like to  announce an upcoming SPDX webinar on Tuesday November 11th  @ 12pm PST  - it  will include  a commercial case study on how SPDX data was used in the license compliance review process to deliver higher quality license data that also reduced the time and overall cost of the review.

   

Registration  Link: http://www.omm.com/SnapshotFiles/54302027-c9b6-4403-968f-37baaeea7fd3/Subscriber.snapshot

 

- Mark

 

Mobile friendly | Online version

 

Date & Time
Tuesday, November 11
Noon - 1:00pm PT

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Webinar

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O’Melveny & Myers LLP
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Open source software is the foundation of today’s computing landscape. Companies using open source software need to implement business processes to help them comply with open source licenses. SPDX is a community project, sponsored by the Linux Foundation, that helps standardize the delivery of open source licensing information.

Heather Meeker, partner at O’Melveny & Myers, and Mark Gisi, Senior IP Manager, Wind River Systems (and member of the SPDX working group), discuss the benefits of SPDX, and how you can leverage SPDX to streamline license compliance.


An application will be made in California and New York for 1 hour of CLE credit.

 

 

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Reminder: Thursday SPDX General Meeting with SPECIAL presentation

Philip Odence
 

PLEASE MAKE A EFFORT TO JOIN FOR THIS SPECIAL PRESENTATION: In addition to our normal agenda, we will be getting a presentation about project from Polarsys that is complementary to and looking to leverage SPDX. Polarsys is an organization cultivating the development of open source tools for embedded systems development. Their project COTSAQ aims to help systems companies manage IP. Presenters will be Pierre Gaufillet from AirBus and Mickael Bouet, the COTSAQ project lead.

I’m trying to line up other speakers from complementary projects and companies using SPDX for future General Meetings…ideas welcome.


GENERAL MEETING

Meeting Time: Thurs, Nov 6, 8am PDT / 10 am CDT / 11am EDT / 15:00 UTC. http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Conf call dial-in:
Conference code:  7812589502
Toll-free dial-in number (U.S. and Canada):  (877) 435-0230
International dial-in number: (253) 336-6732
For those dialing in from other regions, a list of toll free numbers can be found: 
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Attendance

Polarsys Presentation 
2. If requested, enter your name and email address. 
3. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: P0lar$ys 
4. Click "Join"

Technical Team Report - Kate


Legal Team Report - Jilayne


Business Team Report – Jack


Cross Functional Issues – Phil


October SPDX General Meeting Minutes

Philip Odence
 




  •  Attendance: 7
  • Lead by Phil Odence
  • Minutes of Sept meeting approved

Cross Functional Issues – Phil

  • 2.0 Schedule
    • Proposed reset of phased release to be ratified by Tech Team - roughly:
      • Release candidate targeted early Nov
      • Presentations to and feedback for OpenChain group- Dec
      • RC 2 January; tooling development in parallel
      • Final Release at CollabSummit in Feb


Biz Team Report - Jack

  • Website
    • University Participation page is up
    • Looking at Google Analytics
      • Pointed to need to revamping front page to make it roll-based
      • Continuing to look for improvements for website
  • 2.0 Press Release on hold


Legal Team Report - Jilayne

  • Call today agenda
  • Focus is what’s needed for 2.0
    • Need to work out license list release timing implications
    • How do we have pre-release version of LL?


Tech Team Report - Kate

  • No meeting this week
  • Still cleaning up relationship types, license types
  • Email discussion about new release schedule and approach.


Attendees

  • Phil Odence, Black Duck
  • Scott Sterling, Palamida
  • Jack Manbeck, TI
  • Pierre LaPonte, nexB
  • Scott Lamons, HP
  • Matt Germonprez, UNO
  • Jilayne Lovejoy, ARM 


SPDX General Meeting today.

Philip Odence
 

It’s that time again. Sorry for the late reminder.

GENERAL MEETING

Meeting Time: Thurs, Oct 2, 8am PDT / 10 am CDT / 11am EDT / 15:00 UTC. http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Conf call dial-in:
Conference code:  7812589502
Toll-free dial-in number (U.S. and Canada):  (877) 435-0230
International dial-in number: (253) 336-6732
For those dialing in from other regions, a list of toll free numbers can be found: 
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Administrative Agenda
Attendance

Technical Team Report - Kate


Legal Team Report - Jilayne


Business Team Report – Jack


Cross Functional Issues – Phil
SPDX 2.0 Schedule
Synergy with OpenChain



Re: GitHub announces license selection in SPDX format

Hen
 

On Thu, Sep 18, 2014 at 8:32 AM, Philip Odence <podence@...> wrote:
Of course. Good thinking. (or, limited thinking on my part)
Would be interested to hear if anyone has more details. 

From: Kate Stewart <kate.stewart@...>
Reply-To: Kate Stewart <kate.stewart@...>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2014 06:44:14 -0700
To: Phil Odence <podence@...>, Nuno Brito <nuno.brito@...>, "spdx@..." <spdx@...>
Subject: Re: GitHub announces license selection in SPDX format

Hi Phil,
    I think that's just the drop down menu being shown (human readable), for selection.
Key is what's being stored (which is probably the short form).   But I'm just guessing here.

Hi Nuno,
    Thanks for flagging!

Kate 


On Thursday, September 18, 2014 5:37 AM, Philip Odence <podence@...> wrote:


It¹s rewarding to see the keepers of such a popular platform tip their hat
to SPDX and to continue to encourage proactive license selection in
general. I/we pushed this hard with them several years ago and there
wasn¹t a lot of interest. I have to say, though, I¹m not sure what Mr.
Balter means by ³SPDX compliant.² They didn¹t go with the short names as
we had advocated, more like our long form names but abbreviated in some
cases (e.g. GNU GPL v2.0 vs. GNU General Public License v2.0). Still I
don¹t want to detract from the effort.



On 9/18/14, 5:26 AM, "Nuno Brito" <nuno.brito@...> wrote:

>Good morning,
>
>Some good news to start the day:
>https://twitter.com/BenBalter/status/512330244729344000/photo/1
>
>
>With kind regards,
>Nuno Brito
>
>--
>email: nuno.brito@...
>phone:  +49 615 146 03187
>_______________________________________________
>Spdx mailing list
>Spdx@...
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Re: GitHub announces license selection in SPDX format

Philip Odence
 

Of course. Good thinking. (or, limited thinking on my part)
Would be interested to hear if anyone has more details. 

From: Kate Stewart <kate.stewart@...>
Reply-To: Kate Stewart <kate.stewart@...>
Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2014 06:44:14 -0700
To: Phil Odence <podence@...>, Nuno Brito <nuno.brito@...>, "spdx@..." <spdx@...>
Subject: Re: GitHub announces license selection in SPDX format

Hi Phil,
    I think that's just the drop down menu being shown (human readable), for selection.
Key is what's being stored (which is probably the short form).   But I'm just guessing here.

Hi Nuno,
    Thanks for flagging!

Kate 


On Thursday, September 18, 2014 5:37 AM, Philip Odence <podence@...> wrote:


It¹s rewarding to see the keepers of such a popular platform tip their hat
to SPDX and to continue to encourage proactive license selection in
general. I/we pushed this hard with them several years ago and there
wasn¹t a lot of interest. I have to say, though, I¹m not sure what Mr.
Balter means by ³SPDX compliant.² They didn¹t go with the short names as
we had advocated, more like our long form names but abbreviated in some
cases (e.g. GNU GPL v2.0 vs. GNU General Public License v2.0). Still I
don¹t want to detract from the effort.



On 9/18/14, 5:26 AM, "Nuno Brito" <nuno.brito@...> wrote:

>Good morning,
>
>Some good news to start the day:
>https://twitter.com/BenBalter/status/512330244729344000/photo/1
>
>
>With kind regards,
>Nuno Brito
>
>--
>email: nuno.brito@...
>phone:  +49 615 146 03187
>_______________________________________________
>Spdx mailing list
>Spdx@...
>https://lists.spdx.org/mailman/listinfo/spdx


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Re: GitHub announces license selection in SPDX format

kate.stewart@...
 

Hi Phil,
    I think that's just the drop down menu being shown (human readable), for selection.
Key is what's being stored (which is probably the short form).   But I'm just guessing here.

Hi Nuno,
    Thanks for flagging!

Kate 


On Thursday, September 18, 2014 5:37 AM, Philip Odence <podence@...> wrote:


It¹s rewarding to see the keepers of such a popular platform tip their hat
to SPDX and to continue to encourage proactive license selection in
general. I/we pushed this hard with them several years ago and there
wasn¹t a lot of interest. I have to say, though, I¹m not sure what Mr.
Balter means by ³SPDX compliant.² They didn¹t go with the short names as
we had advocated, more like our long form names but abbreviated in some
cases (e.g. GNU GPL v2.0 vs. GNU General Public License v2.0). Still I
don¹t want to detract from the effort.



On 9/18/14, 5:26 AM, "Nuno Brito" <nuno.brito@...> wrote:

>Good morning,
>
>Some good news to start the day:
>https://twitter.com/BenBalter/status/512330244729344000/photo/1
>
>
>With kind regards,
>Nuno Brito
>
>--
>email: nuno.brito@...
>phone:  +49 615 146 03187
>_______________________________________________
>Spdx mailing list
>Spdx@...
>https://lists.spdx.org/mailman/listinfo/spdx


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Spdx@...
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Re: GitHub announces license selection in SPDX format

Philip Odence
 

It¹s rewarding to see the keepers of such a popular platform tip their hat
to SPDX and to continue to encourage proactive license selection in
general. I/we pushed this hard with them several years ago and there
wasn¹t a lot of interest. I have to say, though, I¹m not sure what Mr.
Balter means by ³SPDX compliant.² They didn¹t go with the short names as
we had advocated, more like our long form names but abbreviated in some
cases (e.g. GNU GPL v2.0 vs. GNU General Public License v2.0). Still I
don¹t want to detract from the effort.

On 9/18/14, 5:26 AM, "Nuno Brito" <nuno.brito@...> wrote:

Good morning,

Some good news to start the day:
https://twitter.com/BenBalter/status/512330244729344000/photo/1


With kind regards,
Nuno Brito

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GitHub announces license selection in SPDX format

Nuno Brito
 

Good morning,

Some good news to start the day:
https://twitter.com/BenBalter/status/512330244729344000/photo/1


With kind regards,
Nuno Brito

--
email: nuno.brito@...
phone: +49 615 146 03187


Introduction: SPDX Report Library

Mark Gisi
 

I would like to announce the availability of the SPDX Report Library. The objective of this program is to create a repository of articles to capture and share community knowledge about anything and everything SPDX. For example, this knowledge base covers a diverse collection of topics including (but not limited to): technical issues, best practices, relevant legal topics, tool proposals, adoption strategies and analysis, license compliance considerations and position papers.

 

The business working group would like to encourage the SPDX community (producers and users) to consider sharing their ideas, positions, best practices, and experiences as an SPDX Report. A description of the program can be found here:

     http://wiki.spdx.org/view/SPDXReports

 

Currently the library includes three reports found here:

       http://wiki.spdx.org/view/SPDXReports2014

 

Feedback and submissions can be sent to: press@...

 

best,

- Mark

 

Mark Gisi | Wind River | Senior Intellectual Property Manager

Tel (510) 749-2016 | Fax (510) 749-4552 | Mark.Gisi@...

 

 


Re: SPDX X-Ray

Sameer Ahmed
 

Hi Nuno,

Thank you for your feedback. I will accommodate your feedback in the next release.

Feel free to adopt the LQI concept. We would like it to be adopted by the community.

If you have more feedback, you can directly contact me or at spdx@...

Regards,
Sameer Ahmed

-----Original Message-----
From: Nuno Brito [mailto:nuno.brito@...]
Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2014 2:12 AM
To: Ahmed, Sameer; spdx@...; spdx-tech@...; spdx-biz@...
Subject: Re: SPDX X-Ray

Hi Sameer,

I'm happy to see a new release, the improvements are good.

I like the LQI acronym/concept as I've also been using a similar graphical license indicator as seen on http://www.triplecheck.de/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/triplecheck-tool-2014-06-02.png

Perhaps you wouldn't mind if I also adopt the same acronym for this kind of metric?

Some feedback:
- The graphs look very big on a desktop browser, perhaps the page was designed for tablet browsing?
- On the "Flags" tab one sees Documentation files including .png images.
Perhaps the correct flag would be "Images"?

If there is a bug tracker somewhere, perhaps I can post these items there.

btw. I find the "Meta Information Files" tab very useful as a quick reference to know where to look inside the package.

Very useful tool, thanks for sharing.

With kind regards,
Nuno Brito


On 09/11/2014 04:24 AM, Ahmed, Sameer wrote:
Hi,

I would like to announce the availability of *X-Ray*, Wind River's
latest free SPDX reporting service available at spdx.windriver.com*.
X-Ray* delivers SPDX data in a very human friendly presentation that
includes:

*Bar and pie charts that highlight overlooked license information

*Tables illustrating license counts, percentages and classifications

*License Quality Index (LQI) - a measurement of a package's license
management effort

*SPDX data in an easy to read spreadsheet format

*The raw SPDX file in the standard Name/Value format

An example X-Ray report came be found here for the cairo-1.10.2 package:

http://spdx.windriver.com/LQI/Report/cairo-1.10.2.tar.gz_0a926d3c6e.ht
m

To receive free SPDX X-Ray reports you can upload a package (or
select example packages) at:

http://spdx.windriver.com/pkg_upload.aspx

Regards,

Sameer



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Re: SPDX X-Ray

Nuno Brito
 

Hi Sameer,

I'm happy to see a new release, the improvements are good.

I like the LQI acronym/concept as I've also been using a similar graphical license indicator as seen on http://www.triplecheck.de/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/triplecheck-tool-2014-06-02.png

Perhaps you wouldn't mind if I also adopt the same acronym for this kind of metric?

Some feedback:
- The graphs look very big on a desktop browser, perhaps the page was designed for tablet browsing?
- On the "Flags" tab one sees Documentation files including .png images. Perhaps the correct flag would be "Images"?

If there is a bug tracker somewhere, perhaps I can post these items there.

btw. I find the "Meta Information Files" tab very useful as a quick reference to know where to look inside the package.

Very useful tool, thanks for sharing.

With kind regards,
Nuno Brito

On 09/11/2014 04:24 AM, Ahmed, Sameer wrote:
Hi,

I would like to announce the availability of *X-Ray*, Wind River’s
latest free SPDX reporting service available at spdx.windriver.com*.
X-Ray* delivers SPDX data in a very human friendly presentation that
includes:

·Bar and pie charts that highlight overlooked license information

·Tables illustrating license counts, percentages and classifications

·License Quality Index (LQI) - a measurement of a package’s license
management effort

·SPDX data in an easy to read spreadsheet format

·The raw SPDX file in the standard Name/Value format

An example X-Ray report came be found here for the cairo-1.10.2 package:

http://spdx.windriver.com/LQI/Report/cairo-1.10.2.tar.gz_0a926d3c6e.htm

To receive free SPDX X-Ray reports you can upload a package (or select
example packages) at:

http://spdx.windriver.com/pkg_upload.aspx

Regards,

Sameer



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Spdx-biz@...
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phone: +49 615 146 03187


SPDX X-Ray

Sameer Ahmed
 

Hi,

 

I would like to announce the availability of X-Ray, Wind River’s latest free SPDX reporting service available at spdx.windriver.com. X-Ray delivers SPDX data in a very human friendly presentation that includes:

·         Bar and pie charts that highlight overlooked license information

·         Tables illustrating license counts, percentages and classifications

·         License Quality Index (LQI) - a measurement of a package’s license management effort

·         SPDX data in an easy to read spreadsheet format

·         The raw SPDX file in the standard Name/Value format

 

An example X-Ray report came be found here for the cairo-1.10.2 package:

http://spdx.windriver.com/LQI/Report/cairo-1.10.2.tar.gz_0a926d3c6e.htm

 

To receive free SPDX X-Ray reports you can upload  a package (or select example packages) at:

http://spdx.windriver.com/pkg_upload.aspx

 

Regards,

Sameer

 

 


Minutes from SPDX General Meeting

Philip Odence
 




General Meeting/Minutes/2014-09-04

  • Attendance: 6
  • Lead by Phil Odence
  • Minutes of Aug meeting approved

Tech Team Report - Kate

  • LinuxCon
    • Productive session
      • Resolve how to handle mapping between model and tag value for SPDX elements
      • ID’ed issues with relationship types and file types
        • Subsequently addressed in tech team meetings
        • May need to drop some use cases when things were not neat to represent
      • All recorded in GoogleDoc
    • Just as productive hallway conversations
      • About relationship issues
      • Fedora
        • Session on FOSS governance; TomC said that Red Hat was on hold for now
        • TC says they are aligned with unifying license names
        • Adoption waiting for upsteams
    • Interest in SPDX participation


Biz Team Report - Jack

  • Meeting last week
    • Mostly recapping LinuxCon
    • Open Chain participation
    • Need to get quotes for press release; will address at next week’s meeting


Legal Team Report - Jilayne

  • No update


Cross Functional Issues – Phil

Attendees

  • Phil Odence, Black Duck
  • Scott Sterling, Palamida
  • Kate Stewart, Linaro
  • Jack Manbeck, TI
  • Michael Herzog, nexB
  • Mark Gisi, Wind River 


Thursday SPDX General Meeting

Philip Odence
 

Wow, I have to say that I’m shocked it’s that time again…

GENERAL MEETING

Meeting Time: Thurs, Sept 4, 8am PDT / 10 am CDT / 11am EDT / 15:00 UTC. http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Conf call dial-in:
Conference code:  7812589502
Toll-free dial-in number (U.S. and Canada):  (877) 435-0230
International dial-in number: (253) 336-6732
For those dialing in from other regions, a list of toll free numbers can be found: 
https://www.intercallonline.com/portlets/scheduling/viewNumbers/viewNumber.do?ownerNumber=6053870&audioType=RP&viewGa=false&ga=OFF

 
Administrative Agenda
Attendance

Technical Team Report - Kate


Legal Team Report - Jilayne


Business Team Report – Jack


Cross Functional Issues – Phil


Re: Update: SPDX Meeting at LinuxCon North America - details enclosed

Manbeck, Jack
 

All,

 

Parlor F is a little tricky to find. It’s on the lobby level. Use the map but its tucked away in a corner in the executive center I think it’s called. By the gift shop.

 

Jack

 

 

From: spdx-bounces@... [mailto:spdx-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Manbeck, Jack
Sent: Monday, August 18, 2014 12:21 PM
To: spdx@...
Subject: Update: SPDX Meeting at LinuxCon North America - details enclosed

 

Just a quick update.

 

We will be starting the meeting at 10:30am after the Key Notes on Wednesday. Since some of those attending will also be giving afternoon presentations our first order of business will be to organize the meeting schedule for the day.

 

Best regards,

 

Jack Manbeck, Business Team Co-Chair

 

From: spdx-bounces@... [mailto:spdx-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Manbeck, Jack
Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2014 11:12 AM
To: spdx@...
Subject: SPDX Meeting at LinuxCon North America - details enclosed

 

All,

 

We will be having an SPDX Meeting at LinuxCon NA in Chicago.  The topics of discussion will be around the SPDX 2.0 Specification. If you are there and wish to attend, please do so. This is not a registered event so I don’t believe it is on the schedule.

 

 

Meeting Date: Wednesday, August 20
Meeting Time: 9:30am-6:30pm

Meeting Room Name: Parlor F

 

 

Best Regards,

 

Jack Manbeck, Business Team Co-Chair

 


Update: SPDX Meeting at LinuxCon North America - details enclosed

Manbeck, Jack
 

Just a quick update.

 

We will be starting the meeting at 10:30am after the Key Notes on Wednesday. Since some of those attending will also be giving afternoon presentations our first order of business will be to organize the meeting schedule for the day.

 

Best regards,

 

Jack Manbeck, Business Team Co-Chair

 

From: spdx-bounces@... [mailto:spdx-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Manbeck, Jack
Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2014 11:12 AM
To: spdx@...
Subject: SPDX Meeting at LinuxCon North America - details enclosed

 

All,

 

We will be having an SPDX Meeting at LinuxCon NA in Chicago.  The topics of discussion will be around the SPDX 2.0 Specification. If you are there and wish to attend, please do so. This is not a registered event so I don’t believe it is on the schedule.

 

 

Meeting Date: Wednesday, August 20
Meeting Time: 9:30am-6:30pm

Meeting Room Name: Parlor F

 

 

Best Regards,

 

Jack Manbeck, Business Team Co-Chair

 


SPDX Meeting at LinuxCon North America - details enclosed

Manbeck, Jack
 

All,

 

We will be having an SPDX Meeting at LinuxCon NA in Chicago.  The topics of discussion will be around the SPDX 2.0 Specification. If you are there and wish to attend, please do so. This is not a registered event so I don’t believe it is on the schedule.

 

 

Meeting Date: Wednesday, August 20
Meeting Time: 9:30am-6:30pm

Meeting Room Name: Parlor F

 

 

Best Regards,

 

Jack Manbeck, Business Team Co-Chair

 

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