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Invitation: OpenChain Bi-Weekly Global Call @ Every 4 weeks from 15:00 to 15:30 on Tuesday from Tue Jan 18 to Sun Jan 1, 2023 (JST) (main@lists.openchainproject.org)

 

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OpenChain Bi-Weekly Global Call

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OPENCHAIN CALENDAR 2022

 

We “rebooted” the OpenChain Global Calendar for 2022. This allowed our community to remove any orphan invitations lingering in clients. Our refreshed calendar is now going live.

You can add the whole calendar to your productivity client of choice. This is our recommended method to ensure orphan invitations are minimized:
https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=c_08seb6095ofjtfr5fjb5tabgl4%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=Asia%2FTokyo

However, there is also a “push” option. All the OpenChain mailing lists will be included in calendar invites so - to start the year - you can choose that path to stay connected with everything we do.

Our bi-weekly global calls start on the 18th of January. Our bi-weekly webinars start on the 25th of January. I look forward to seeing you there.

Regards

Shane


Shane Coughlan
General Manager, OpenChain
e: scoughlan@...
p: +81 (0) 80 4035 8083
w: www.linuxfoundation.org

Schedule a call:
https://meetings.hubspot.com/scoughlan


OpenChain in 2022

 

The OpenChain Project and the OpenChain ISO/IEC 5230:2020 international standard had an exceptional 2021. From conformance announcements to new members, it was clear that the market was ready to gather around a shared solution for effective, efficient use of open source in supply chains.

The question is “what next?”

The answer is “a lot.”

We have three new governing board members to announce, new certifiers, new partners, new conformant organizations and – perhaps most important for the long-term – deeper engagement on the policy level across multiple countries.

As a member of our community you can expect to continue receiving support from global and national work groups, ever improving material to help with the adoption and use of OpenChain ISO/IEC 5230:2020, and to be kept up-to-date on everything important in the compliance sphere via our webinars.

From a strategic perspective we are executing on the vision shared at the beginning of 2021: to scale engagement from thousands to tens of thousands of companies. With recent developments regarding open source, security and supply chain management the necessity of this is ever more clear.

There are three things to watch for in Q1 2022:
• The new board member announcements and their implications for geographies and sectors,
• Updated materials for suppliers to make OpenChain ISO/IEC 5230:2020 adoption even easier,
• Announcements regarding how we will work even more closely with others in the compliance and security domain.

Thank you for all your support in 2021. I look forward to collaborating with you to make 2022 another milestone in our field.


Re: Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

Masahiro Date
 

Hi all,

I am sorry for disturbing you by sending junk mail to you.  I, mistakenly, sent junk mail to you. Please discard the mail I sent to you previously.

Regards,
M. Date
  

2022年1月12日(水) 11:15 Masahiro Date via lists.openchainproject.org <masahiro.date.lf=gmail.com@...>:

大内さん、

 

  お久しぶりです。 以前、富士通でお世話になった伊達です。FQAに対する私の認識です。

 

1.日本の法律に基づいていない。

 

-      日本の法律、裁判ではOSSのライセンス、GPLライセンスなどがライセンスなのか、アグリーメントなのかも判断できてない。当然、GPLのデリバティブの範囲も明確になっていない。

-      共同著作権保持者の規定も米国、ヨーロッパと異なる。Patrick McHardygpl-violations.orgのケースは日本では主張できない。

-      ソフト特許の範囲も日本ではあまり明確でない。私の知る限り、米国でもまだ、不明確な点があり、ヨーロッパではソフト特許は認められていない、です。

 

2.結論は、「FQAは、オープンソース協会のメンバーの中で、共通認識として作成された指針」、です。全体を見るとむしろ米国の法律を意識しているのかと感じました。

 

  くだらない、コメントで恐縮です。

 

以上、伊達です。

 


2022年1月12日(水) 10:01 ouchi yoshiko <ouchi.yoshiko@...>:
Chris Wood san

Thank you for very good advice.
Updated the FAQ cover page with the following note.

◆This FAQ is based on Japanese law. Laws vary from country to country, and 
  measures for each case may vary from company to company. Consult your
  company or organization's intellectual property counsel for specific issues.

Please let me know if there is any shortage.

Best Regards
Yoshiko Ouchi
-----Original Message-----
From: main@... <main@...> On Behalf Of Christopher Wood
Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2022 12:38 AM
To: main@...
Subject: Re: [openchain] Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

Shane and Ouchi
I agree that there is much good information in the document. The responses are well thought out and may be directly implementable after review with Legal.

However, I do see that there may also be some inconsistencies in interpretation both at a country and individual company level.

Would you consider perhaps overall disclaimer for the FAQ responses that directs the reader to discuss application of the specific issue and answer with the Company or Organization’s Intellectual Property Legal Counsel? That Legal Counsel would be responsible to determine the precise interpretation under the Country and Company laws or policies.
Best Regards
Chris Wood PhD CISSP

> On Jan 11, 2022, at 3:04 AM, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:
>
> This is fantastic! I will promote this across our social media!
>
>> On Jan 6, 2022, at 18:31, ouchi yoshiko <ouchi.yoshiko@...> wrote:
>>
>> Hello.
>> I am Ouchi from OpenChain Japan WG (FAQ-SG).
>> We have published the English version of "Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7".
>> We hope this will be useful for you..
>> https://github.com/OpenChain-Project/OpenChain-JWG/tree/master/Education_Material/FAQ
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> Yoshiko Ouchi
>>
>>
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>
>
>
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Re: Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

Masahiro Date
 

大内さん、

 

  お久しぶりです。 以前、富士通でお世話になった伊達です。FQAに対する私の認識です。

 

1.日本の法律に基づいていない。

 

-      日本の法律、裁判ではOSSのライセンス、GPLライセンスなどがライセンスなのか、アグリーメントなのかも判断できてない。当然、GPLのデリバティブの範囲も明確になっていない。

-      共同著作権保持者の規定も米国、ヨーロッパと異なる。Patrick McHardygpl-violations.orgのケースは日本では主張できない。

-      ソフト特許の範囲も日本ではあまり明確でない。私の知る限り、米国でもまだ、不明確な点があり、ヨーロッパではソフト特許は認められていない、です。

 

2.結論は、「FQAは、オープンソース協会のメンバーの中で、共通認識として作成された指針」、です。全体を見るとむしろ米国の法律を意識しているのかと感じました。

 

  くだらない、コメントで恐縮です。

 

以上、伊達です。

 


2022年1月12日(水) 10:01 ouchi yoshiko <ouchi.yoshiko@...>:

Chris Wood san

Thank you for very good advice.
Updated the FAQ cover page with the following note.

◆This FAQ is based on Japanese law. Laws vary from country to country, and 
  measures for each case may vary from company to company. Consult your
  company or organization's intellectual property counsel for specific issues.

Please let me know if there is any shortage.

Best Regards
Yoshiko Ouchi
-----Original Message-----
From: main@... <main@...> On Behalf Of Christopher Wood
Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2022 12:38 AM
To: main@...
Subject: Re: [openchain] Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

Shane and Ouchi
I agree that there is much good information in the document. The responses are well thought out and may be directly implementable after review with Legal.

However, I do see that there may also be some inconsistencies in interpretation both at a country and individual company level.

Would you consider perhaps overall disclaimer for the FAQ responses that directs the reader to discuss application of the specific issue and answer with the Company or Organization’s Intellectual Property Legal Counsel? That Legal Counsel would be responsible to determine the precise interpretation under the Country and Company laws or policies.
Best Regards
Chris Wood PhD CISSP

> On Jan 11, 2022, at 3:04 AM, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:
>
> This is fantastic! I will promote this across our social media!
>
>> On Jan 6, 2022, at 18:31, ouchi yoshiko <ouchi.yoshiko@...> wrote:
>>
>> Hello.
>> I am Ouchi from OpenChain Japan WG (FAQ-SG).
>> We have published the English version of "Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7".
>> We hope this will be useful for you..
>> https://github.com/OpenChain-Project/OpenChain-JWG/tree/master/Education_Material/FAQ
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> Yoshiko Ouchi
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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>
>
>
>












Re: Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

Christopher Wood
 

Ouchi San
My pleasure to offer helpful advice. That looks good to me, covers the subject concisely.
Best Regards
Chris

On Jan 11, 2022, at 7:01 PM, ouchi yoshiko <ouchi.yoshiko@...> wrote:

Chris Wood san

Thank you for very good advice.
Updated the FAQ cover page with the following note.

◆This FAQ is based on Japanese law. Laws vary from country to country, and
measures for each case may vary from company to company. Consult your
company or organization's intellectual property counsel for specific issues.

Please let me know if there is any shortage.

Best Regards
Yoshiko Ouchi
-----Original Message-----
From: main@... <main@...> On Behalf Of Christopher Wood
Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2022 12:38 AM
To: main@...
Subject: Re: [openchain] Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

Shane and Ouchi
I agree that there is much good information in the document. The responses are well thought out and may be directly implementable after review with Legal.

However, I do see that there may also be some inconsistencies in interpretation both at a country and individual company level.

Would you consider perhaps overall disclaimer for the FAQ responses that directs the reader to discuss application of the specific issue and answer with the Company or Organization’s Intellectual Property Legal Counsel? That Legal Counsel would be responsible to determine the precise interpretation under the Country and Company laws or policies.
Best Regards
Chris Wood PhD CISSP

On Jan 11, 2022, at 3:04 AM, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:

This is fantastic! I will promote this across our social media!

On Jan 6, 2022, at 18:31, ouchi yoshiko <ouchi.yoshiko@...> wrote:
Hello.
I am Ouchi from OpenChain Japan WG (FAQ-SG).
We have published the English version of "Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7".
We hope this will be useful for you..
https://github.com/OpenChain-Project/OpenChain-JWG/tree/master/Education_Material/FAQ

Regards

Yoshiko Ouchi


















Re: Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

ouchi yoshiko
 

Chris Wood san

Thank you for very good advice.
Updated the FAQ cover page with the following note.

◆This FAQ is based on Japanese law. Laws vary from country to country, and
measures for each case may vary from company to company. Consult your
company or organization's intellectual property counsel for specific issues.

Please let me know if there is any shortage.

Best Regards
Yoshiko Ouchi

-----Original Message-----
From: main@... <main@...> On Behalf Of Christopher Wood
Sent: Wednesday, January 12, 2022 12:38 AM
To: main@...
Subject: Re: [openchain] Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

Shane and Ouchi
I agree that there is much good information in the document. The responses are well thought out and may be directly implementable after review with Legal.

However, I do see that there may also be some inconsistencies in interpretation both at a country and individual company level.

Would you consider perhaps overall disclaimer for the FAQ responses that directs the reader to discuss application of the specific issue and answer with the Company or Organization’s Intellectual Property Legal Counsel? That Legal Counsel would be responsible to determine the precise interpretation under the Country and Company laws or policies.
Best Regards
Chris Wood PhD CISSP

On Jan 11, 2022, at 3:04 AM, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:

This is fantastic! I will promote this across our social media!

On Jan 6, 2022, at 18:31, ouchi yoshiko <ouchi.yoshiko@...> wrote:

Hello.
I am Ouchi from OpenChain Japan WG (FAQ-SG).
We have published the English version of "Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7".
We hope this will be useful for you..
https://github.com/OpenChain-Project/OpenChain-JWG/tree/master/Education_Material/FAQ

Regards

Yoshiko Ouchi









Re: Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

Christopher Wood
 

Shane and Ouchi
I agree that there is much good information in the document. The responses are well thought out and may be directly implementable after review with Legal.

However, I do see that there may also be some inconsistencies in interpretation both at a country and individual company level.

Would you consider perhaps overall disclaimer for the FAQ responses that directs the reader to discuss application of the specific issue and answer with the Company or Organization’s Intellectual Property Legal Counsel? That Legal Counsel would be responsible to determine the precise interpretation under the Country and Company laws or policies.
Best Regards
Chris Wood PhD CISSP

On Jan 11, 2022, at 3:04 AM, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:

This is fantastic! I will promote this across our social media!

On Jan 6, 2022, at 18:31, ouchi yoshiko <ouchi.yoshiko@...> wrote:

Hello.
I am Ouchi from OpenChain Japan WG (FAQ-SG).
We have published the English version of "Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7".
We hope this will be useful for you..
https://github.com/OpenChain-Project/OpenChain-JWG/tree/master/Education_Material/FAQ

Regards

Yoshiko Ouchi









Re: Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

 

This is fantastic! I will promote this across our social media!

On Jan 6, 2022, at 18:31, ouchi yoshiko <ouchi.yoshiko@...> wrote:

Hello.
I am Ouchi from OpenChain Japan WG (FAQ-SG).
We have published the English version of "Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7".
We hope this will be useful for you..
https://github.com/OpenChain-Project/OpenChain-JWG/tree/master/Education_Material/FAQ

Regards

Yoshiko Ouchi





OpenChain Korea Work Group Meeting #12 – Recordings

 

The 12th meeting of the OpenChain Korea Work Group took place on December 20th and was absolutely packed with presentations and discussions. Check out six videos covering the event at this link:
https://www.openchainproject.org/news/2022/01/10/korea-wg-meeting-12


The Institute of Software of the Chinese Academy of Sciences is the Second Third Party Certifier in China

 

Good day everyone, far and wide!

We open 2022 with continued exciting news in China. The Institute of Software of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has joined our partner program as the second official third-party certifier based in the Chinese Mainland. This builds on a strong year of supply chain infrastructure creation in 2021 and is an indicator of what is to come throughout 2022:
https://www.openchainproject.org/featured/2022/01/10/iscas-certifier


Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7

ouchi yoshiko
 

Hello.
I am Ouchi from OpenChain Japan WG (FAQ-SG).
We have published the English version of "Frequent Misunderstandings of OSS licenses V7".
We hope this will be useful for you..
https://github.com/OpenChain-Project/OpenChain-JWG/tree/master/Education_Material/FAQ

Regards

Yoshiko Ouchi


Re: [openchain-automotive-work-group] REMINDER: Resetting the OpenChain calendars for 2022

Christopher Wood
 

Hi Shane
Thanks for all your work this year. Looking forward to a productive 2022. Will be looking for the new calendars.
Chris

On Dec 23, 2021, at 2:27 AM, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:

All our events are done. Our calendar and invites will be rebooted in January. Please check you do not have any orphan calendar items. Delete everything 🙂

==

The OpenChain Project has had a tremendous 2021. Our local and global events have been both focused and relentless, pushing the boundaries on the largest corpus of compliance information, the largest automation case study and the largest compliance community in the world.

As we enter 2022 it is time to catch our breath. There are two ways this will happen.

(1) To make room for everyone’s holiday schedule, our Bi-Weekly Webinars on the 20th of December and the 4th of January are cancelled, along with our Bi-Weekly Work Group call on the 27th of December. We resume our meetings and our webinars from the 11th of January.

(2) We are rebooting our calendar. After five years of intense activity and multiple mail clients, people are finding orphans. Please delete ALL meetings related to OpenChain in your calendar. Anything after the Korean Work Group meeting on the 20th of December is invalid. You will get an updated calendar starting 4th of January.

I am looking forward to the new year, where we will be doing a lot to drive the industry forward both refreshed and with fully accurate scheduling :)

Regards

Shane




Re: REMINDER: Resetting the OpenChain calendars for 2022

Sebastian Crane
 

Dear all,

All our events are done. Our calendar and invites will be rebooted
in January. Please check you do not have any orphan calendar
items. Delete everything 🙂 ... I am looking forward to the new
year, where we will be doing a lot to drive the industry forward
both refreshed and with fully accurate scheduling :)
Shane, thank you for organising all the wonderful OpenChain events in
2021! The regular talks have been especially enjoyable for me, so I
hope that there will be a similar programme for 2022! ;)

Best wishes and wishing you a happy Christmas,

Sebastian


REMINDER: Resetting the OpenChain calendars for 2022

 

All our events are done. Our calendar and invites will be rebooted in January. Please check you do not have any orphan calendar items. Delete everything 🙂

==

The OpenChain Project has had a tremendous 2021. Our local and global events have been both focused and relentless, pushing the boundaries on the largest corpus of compliance information, the largest automation case study and the largest compliance community in the world.

As we enter 2022 it is time to catch our breath. There are two ways this will happen.

(1) To make room for everyone’s holiday schedule, our Bi-Weekly Webinars on the 20th of December and the 4th of January are cancelled, along with our Bi-Weekly Work Group call on the 27th of December. We resume our meetings and our webinars from the 11th of January.

(2) We are rebooting our calendar. After five years of intense activity and multiple mail clients, people are finding orphans. Please delete ALL meetings related to OpenChain in your calendar. Anything after the Korean Work Group meeting on the 20th of December is invalid. You will get an updated calendar starting 4th of January.

I am looking forward to the new year, where we will be doing a lot to drive the industry forward both refreshed and with fully accurate scheduling :)

Regards

Shane


Heads up to OpenChain tech travelers: Omicron at Least Doubles Risk of Getting Infected on a Plane

 


Re: OpenChain Webinar #34 – The TODO Group

Ana Jimenez <ana@...>
 

Thanks, Shane!

Just in case someone needs them, here are the slides from the presentation.

Looking forward to see the TODO group working more closely with the OpenChain community and enhance OSPO adoption with OpenChain expertise 🤗

Best
Ana

On Thu, Dec 9, 2021 at 9:42 AM Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:
Our 34th webinar features Ana from the TODO Group digging into why Open Source Program Offices are useful, how TODO Group supports setting up and running these offices, and what is coming in the future.

Check it out here:
https://www.openchainproject.org/news/2021/12/09/webinar-34

Thanks Ana! Great presentation.


ACTION REQUIRED: OpenChain Participation Certificates

 

Recently the Linux Foundation has been recognizing the amazing contributions of our community through digital certificates. For example, if you have been a speaker at an event, you will have received one.

The OpenChain Project is going to do the same. As we enter 2022, OpenChain is prepare digital certificates to show what you have been doing in our community, and to show our appreciation.

We would like you to take a moment to fill out the form here with an overview of who you are, what work groups you are part of, and how long you have been in our community:
https://1drv.ms/x/s!AsXJVqby5kpnkTHvJmDpwpuZE2kP

Please help us recognize you with an official OpenChain certificate :)


Catch Up: Automation Case Study #6 – Digging Further Into The Supply Chain

 

For those of you who missed it first time around, the sixth part of our global case study on automation provides a full summary and gives you context for framing the utility of automation when talking to the CxO level:
https://www.openchainproject.org/automation/2021/12/09/automation-case-study-6


The Open Compliance Summit 2021 Awards

 

The Open Compliance Summit had an excellent collection of speakers and participants for 2021. Continuing our tradition of recognizing some of the work done throughout the previous 12 months, we announced the following awards. Everyone here has contributed to making open source compliance faster, easier and more effective, and they have done a lot to make sure great compliance is available for every company of any size around the world.

We also awarded David Marr (Qualcomm) with a special award to recognize his exceptional and transformative contribution to our field. Thank you Dave. Without you, we would never have created OpenChain ISO/IEC 5230 and we would never have built this amazing community.

Lifetime Achievement
• David Marr

National Champion
• Kris Feng
• Gao Kun
• Sami Atabani

Exceptional Contributor
• Balakrishna Mukundaraj
• Ayumi Watanabe
• Gary O’Neall
• Maximilian Huber

Community Driver
• Hiroyuki Fukuchi
• Kiyoshi Owada
• Andrew Katz
• Haksung Jang
• Oliver Fendt

The Steady Hand
• David Rudin
• Kate Stewart
• Michael Dolan
• Masato Endo
• Marcel Kurzmann

The New Guard
• Helio Chissini de Castro
• Jimmy Ahlberg
• Prasad Iyer
• Jari Koivisto
• Soim Kim
• Mary Mattran

Learn More and See The Awards Being Announced:
https://www.openchainproject.org/featured/2021/12/20/the-open-compliance-summit-2021-awards

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