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OpenChain agenda 2/1

Kelly Williams
 

Hi Everyone,

 

Here is the agenda for the call on Monday at 9am (Pacific).

 

       Spec working session recap (Team)

https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/openchain-proposal1

       Verification artifact approach

       FOSS definition

       Training content (patents)

       Governing Board packets (Scott and Dave)

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Re: Invitation: OpenChain Spec Working session @ Weekly from 11am to 12:30pm on Friday from Fri Jan 29 to Fri Apr 15 (kstewart@linuxfoundation.org)

Ruffin, Michel (Nokia - FR) <michel.ruffin@...>
 

Here is the former ALU definition of ALU on FOSS + the FoSS clause we try to put in our contract, this is a public document

 

Michel

Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT
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De : EXT Williams, Kelly [mailto:kellyw@...]
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Subject: RE: [OpenChain] Invitation: OpenChain Spec Working session @ Weekly from 11am to 12:30pm on Friday from Fri Jan 29 to Fri Apr 15 (kstewart@...)

 

Sorry, I cannot managed to dial in , can you send me a phone numner and a pss code to do it

 

Michel

Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
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Distinguished Member of Technical Staff

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OpenChain Spec Working session

Agenda:
Weekly meeting to polish up OpenChain specification with
view to getting it ready for ratification at Collab Summit.
Biweekly governance call discussions will continue on
Monday.

Tentative milestones to aim for are:
1/29/2016 (Propose) Review requirements/verification for G1
3/29-3/31/16 Collab Summit - Finalize Specification
4/15/2016 Launch Specification


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Re: Invitation: OpenChain Spec Working session @ Weekly from 11am to 12:30pm on Friday from Fri Jan 29 to Fri Apr 15 (kstewart@linuxfoundation.org)

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Subject: RE: [OpenChain] Invitation: OpenChain Spec Working session @ Weekly from 11am to 12:30pm on Friday from Fri Jan 29 to Fri Apr 15 (kstewart@...)

 

Sorry, I cannot managed to dial in , can you send me a phone numner and a pss code to do it

 

Michel

Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff

Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94
Nokia, Centre de Villarceaux - France

 

 

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OpenChain Spec Working session

Agenda:
Weekly meeting to polish up OpenChain specification with
view to getting it ready for ratification at Collab Summit.
Biweekly governance call discussions will continue on
Monday.

Tentative milestones to aim for are:
1/29/2016 (Propose) Review requirements/verification for G1
3/29-3/31/16 Collab Summit - Finalize Specification
4/15/2016 Launch Specification


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Re: Invitation: OpenChain Spec Working session @ Weekly from 11am to 12:30pm on Friday from Fri Jan 29 to Fri Apr 15 (kstewart@linuxfoundation.org)

Ruffin, Michel (Nokia - FR) <michel.ruffin@...>
 

Sorry, I cannot managed to dial in , can you send me a phone numner and a pss code to do it
 
Michel
Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
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more details »
OpenChain Spec Working session
Agenda:
Weekly meeting to polish up OpenChain specification with
view to getting it ready for ratification at Collab Summit.
Biweekly governance call discussions will continue on
Monday.
Tentative milestones to aim for are:
1/29/2016 (Propose) Review requirements/verification for G1
3/29-3/31/16 Collab Summit - Finalize Specification
4/15/2016 Launch Specification

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OpenChain Spec Working session

Agenda:
Weekly meeting to polish up OpenChain specification with
view to getting it ready for ratification at Collab Summit.
Biweekly governance call discussions will continue on
Monday.

Tentative milestones to aim for are:
1/29/2016 (Propose) Review requirements/verification for G1
3/29-3/31/16 Collab Summit - Finalize Specification
4/15/2016 Launch Specification


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Invitation: OpenChain Spec Working session @ Weekly from 11am to 12:30pm on Friday from Fri Jan 29 to Fri Apr 15 (kstewart@linuxfoundation.org)

Kate Stewart
 

OpenChain Spec Working session

Agenda:
Weekly meeting to polish up OpenChain specification with
view to getting it ready for ratification at Collab Summit.
Biweekly governance call discussions will continue on
Monday.

Tentative milestones to aim for are:
1/29/2016 (Propose) Review requirements/verification for G1
3/29-3/31/16 Collab Summit - Finalize Specification
4/15/2016 Launch Specification


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Re: OpenChain agenda 1/18

john
 

Hi Mark, 
I really like the OMR aspect of this: 
observable, measurable and repeatable 
it really will help with creating apples to apples comparisons inside and outside of organizations, js 

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On January 18, 2016 at 11:31:43 AM, Gisi, Mark (mark.gisi@...) wrote:

Here is the experimental proposal I promised. I recommend paying more attention to the format as opposed to the content:

      https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/openchain-proposal1

 

best,

- Mark

 

 

From: openchain-bounces@... [mailto:openchain-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Williams, Kelly
Sent: Friday, January 15, 2016 3:52 PM
To: openchain@...
Subject: [OpenChain] OpenChain agenda 1/18

 

Hi Everyone,

 

Here is the agenda topic for next Monday’s call at 9am (Pacific).

 

       Discuss certification questionnaire (Team)

Please see draft questions for G1 here https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/OpenChain_G1_Beta

Conference Number: +1 (415) 906-5657 Pin: 88326
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Re: OpenChain agenda 1/18

Mark Gisi
 

Here is the experimental proposal I promised. I recommend paying more attention to the format as opposed to the content:

      https://etherpad.wikimedia.org/p/openchain-proposal1

 

best,

- Mark

 

 

From: openchain-bounces@... [mailto:openchain-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Williams, Kelly
Sent: Friday, January 15, 2016 3:52 PM
To: openchain@...
Subject: [OpenChain] OpenChain agenda 1/18

 

Hi Everyone,

 

Here is the agenda topic for next Monday’s call at 9am (Pacific).

 

       Discuss certification questionnaire (Team)

Please see draft questions for G1 here https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/OpenChain_G1_Beta

Conference Number: +1 (415) 906-5657 Pin: 88326
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Kelly


OpenChain agenda 1/18

Kelly Williams
 

Hi Everyone,

 

Here is the agenda topic for next Monday’s call at 9am (Pacific).

 

       Discuss certification questionnaire (Team)

Please see draft questions for G1 here https://public.etherpad-mozilla.org/p/OpenChain_G1_Beta

Conference Number: +1 (415) 906-5657 Pin: 88326
UberConference URL: http://uberconference.com/mdolan

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Regards,

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Re: Nokia purchase Alcatel-Lucent today

RUFFIN, Michel (Michel) <michel.ruffin@...>
 

Thanks a lot, because my mail was not recognized  as a member, I made the same request to Jilaine Lovejoy for SPDX but she is out of office.

 

Ex-Alu is doing the same for all standard organization bodies, we were not expecting that In one day that IT will change all our emails 8-)

But this is a good indication that we are doing a very quick integration of the two companies. And a lot of tough work to complete this integration very quickly in the next few months.

 

Michel

Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff

Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94
Nokia, Centre de Villarceaux - France

 

De : EXT Kate Stewart [mailto:kstewart@...]
Envoyé : jeudi 14 janvier 2016 16:02
À : RUFFIN, Michel (Michel)
Cc : openchain@...
Objet : Re: [OpenChain] Nokia purchase Alcatel-Lucent today

 

Hi Michel,

    Have adjusted the subscription to add your nokia.com id. 

Thanks for letting us know. 

 

Kate

 

On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 8:34 AM, RUFFIN, Michel (Michel) <michel.ruffin@...> wrote:

As I have announced it Nokia has purchased officially Alcatel-lucent today as consequence all the email of ALU folk have been changed to @nokia.com rather than @alcatel-lucent.com.

There is some possibilities that the email has changed in an ex_Nokia company member is an homonym of the exALU company member

 

So can you change my email address to Michel.Ruffin@...

If there are other ex-ALU folk on the list, I will be happy to provide the new email adress of these people.

 

Thanks for your support

 

The new Nokia company is now a company of around 60 000 people from ex ALU + 70 000 people from ex Nokia. Our engagement to openchain remains the same as declared by ALU.

Michel

Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff

Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94
Nokia, Centre de Villarceaux - France

 


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Re: Nokia purchase Alcatel-Lucent today

Kate Stewart
 

Hi Michel,
    Have adjusted the subscription to add your nokia.com id. 
Thanks for letting us know. 

Kate

On Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 8:34 AM, RUFFIN, Michel (Michel) <michel.ruffin@...> wrote:

As I have announced it Nokia has purchased officially Alcatel-lucent today as consequence all the email of ALU folk have been changed to @nokia.com rather than @alcatel-lucent.com.

There is some possibilities that the email has changed in an ex_Nokia company member is an homonym of the exALU company member

 

So can you change my email address to Michel.Ruffin@...

If there are other ex-ALU folk on the list, I will be happy to provide the new email adress of these people.

 

Thanks for your support

 

The new Nokia company is now a company of around 60 000 people from ex ALU + 70 000 people from ex Nokia. Our engagement to openchain remains the same as declared by ALU.

Michel

Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff

Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94
Nokia, Centre de Villarceaux - France

 


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Nokia purchase Alcatel-Lucent today

RUFFIN, Michel (Michel) <michel.ruffin@...>
 

As I have announced it Nokia has purchased officially Alcatel-lucent today as consequence all the email of ALU folk have been changed to @nokia.com rather than @alcatel-lucent.com.

There is some possibilities that the email has changed in an ex_Nokia company member is an homonym of the exALU company member

 

So can you change my email address to Michel.Ruffin@...

If there are other ex-ALU folk on the list, I will be happy to provide the new email adress of these people.

 

Thanks for your support

 

The new Nokia company is now a company of around 60 000 people from ex ALU + 70 000 people from ex Nokia. Our engagement to openchain remains the same as declared by ALU.

Michel

Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff

Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94
Nokia, Centre de Villarceaux - France

 


Re: OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

Dave Marr
 

On Jan 11, 2016, at 5:02 PM, Shane Martin Coughlan <shane@...> wrote:

[...] The general perception appears to be that improved ecosystem compliance offers long-term strategic benefits which offset the “cost" of reducing short-term individual company compliance process advantages.
Better said than my long run-on attempt at a sentence. Very glad there is that consistency across geos. Esp. for OpenChain it would seem we need it to be global and not confined to regional success.

Dave


Re: OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

Shane Martin Coughlan <shane@...>
 

Hi Dave

I wanted to chime in and note that this perspective aligns with what I have heard from larger companies in China, Japan and Korea with significant Open Source engagement. The general perception appears to be that improved ecosystem compliance offers long-term strategic benefits which offset the “cost" of reducing short-term individual company compliance process advantages.

Regards

Shane

On Jan 5, 2016, at 06:20 , Marr, David <dmarr@...> wrote:

Yes, much of what each of us might do in our company roles is often intended to benefit folks downstream through good compliance and some of those practices might be positive differentiators for a company, but the reason why we (or at least I) wish to make contributions to OpenChain is because we would happily trade those possible differentiators for the outcomes of better ecosystem compliance, shortened time-to-market, and cost savings.

Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: openchain-bounces@... [mailto:openchain-bounces@...] On Behalf Of RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL)
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2016 12:54 PM
To: Jilayne Lovejoy; Hutchison, Jim
Cc: openchain@...
Subject: Re: [OpenChain] OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

Well we consider our FOSS process as a competitive advantage toward our competitors, this does not mean that we do not want anybody to reach this level. But the day Openchain will issue a compliance system we should be able to prove that we are following all criteria. While it takes years to a big company to reach these criteria (we started our FOSS process in 2003).

Now our customers are asking questions on this topics and we are happy to meet their expectations and from what they said it is not the case of some of our competitors. When they name an ALU product, we are able to provide them the list of FOSS included in it, the license and take guarantees on FOSS IPR issues. We also provide them a package to respect FOSS license obligations.

I cannot guarantee this is 100% true but perhaps 70% to 80% and we are trying to reach 100% (I am trying at this stage to get the 100%, it is very difficult to do this in a big company)

So yes we are doing this to be competitive and yes we do it to respect the law, but Alcatel-Lucent wish to be a good citizen, we get a lot of advantage in using open source, but recognize that there is a philosophy behind open source and we want to respect it. In the training for our FOSS experts we say "respecting the FOSS obligations is not only a matter of law it is also respecting a philosophy, if you cannot respect the FOSS license obligations, do not use it"

Michel

Michel
Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT Distinguished Member of Technical Staff Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94 Alcatel-Lucent International, Centre de Villarceaux - France


-----Message d'origine-----
De : Jilayne Lovejoy [mailto:Jilayne.Lovejoy@...]
Envoyé : lundi 4 janvier 2016 18:57
À : Jim Hutchison; RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL)
Cc : openchain@...
Objet : Re: [OpenChain] OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

Hi Michel, Jim,

I wanted to highlight something Michel said that I find interesting: "We consider our process as a competitive advantage…” - this seems to be counter-intuitive to the whole goal of OpenChain. If companies (still) thought that good process around the management of open source software was a competitive advantage, I don’t think we’d have been able to even get OpenChain off the ground as a concept. My feeling or observation is that companies have evolved past this belief and realized that to facilitate trust in the software supply chain we need to have transparency around how open source software is managed - just having the software bill of materials with no insight on how it was generated is not enough. Good open source management should not be a competitive advantage - no one benefits by that. Of course, as Michel and Jim raised and also has been discussed on the calls, the extent of sharing need not include confidential information (unless mutually agreed upon by the relevant parties, of course).

Anyway, I may have read Michel’s words too broadly or strictly (sorry, Michel, if so!) but I thought it was a good opportunity, in any case, to acknowledge the evolution of how the use of open source software in corporations is viewed - we’ve come a long way!

Jilayne


On 12/18/15, 11:40 AM, "openchain-bounces@... on behalf of Jim Hutchison" <openchain-bounces@... on behalf of hutch@...> wrote:

Hi Michel,

These are helpful observations, as we are looking for a solution folks would want to use productively.
In considering OpenChain, we should be able to steer clear of contract/agreement terms. This will be good to keep an eye on as we proceed in formulating the certification questions.

The group discussion appears to be trending towards using such an on-line mechanism, and with text crafted from the OpenChain text. Ideally we will make the questions flexible to many business processes, while retaining inquiry to illuminate adherence to the core concerns.

Thanks,

Jim Hutchison
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

At 02:04 AM 12/10/2015, RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL) wrote:
Jim, I look at the questionnaire
1) the question are not formulated very clearly and are not always
applying to Alcatel-Lucent, because we use different solutions that the
one represented in the questionnaire
2) the questionnaire is asking to link documents on our process. We
consider our process as a competitive advantage and cannot disclose the
details like this and second there is confidential information in it on
the way we interprete licenses, the deal we have with some foss
suppliers to interprete their license differently or on our patent, so
I cannot link documents

Michel
Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT Distinguished Member of
Technical Staff Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94 Alcatel-Lucent International,
Centre de Villarceaux - France

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Jim Hutchison [mailto:hutch@...] Envoyé : jeudi 10
décembre 2015 01:18 À : RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL); RUFFIN, MICHEL
(MICHEL) Objet : OSADL demo for consideration of certification
prototype -- [OpenChain] OpenChain agenda 12/7

Hi Michel,

In our last OpenChain meeting, OSADL shared this prototype with the
working group. You might find it interesting, as a representation of
current thinking of how we might collect certification data.

https://www.foss-slca.org
User name: openchain
Password: buE93oaCw

If you don't submit at the end, Till assured us they would receive no
data. Also they would not be worried by test/hypothetical data you
might enter in trying out their prototype.

Regards,

Jim Hutchison
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OpenChain agenda 1/5

Kelly Williams
 

Hi Everyone,

 

Happy New Year! Here is the agenda topic for tomorrow’s call at 9am (Pacific).

 

       OpenChain certification discussion based on OSADL questionnaire (please review attached questionnaire beforehand)

Conference Number: +1 (415) 906-5657 Pin: 88326
UberConference URL:
http://uberconference.com/mdolan

For international call instructions, please visit the website below. Please note you will have to enter the US Conference number as part of the instructions:
http://www.uberconference.com/international/access

Screen share (if used): go to http://uberconference.com/mdolan

 

Regards,

Kelly


Re: OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

Dave Marr
 

Yes, much of what each of us might do in our company roles is often intended to benefit folks downstream through good compliance and some of those practices might be positive differentiators for a company, but the reason why we (or at least I) wish to make contributions to OpenChain is because we would happily trade those possible differentiators for the outcomes of better ecosystem compliance, shortened time-to-market, and cost savings.

Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: openchain-bounces@... [mailto:openchain-bounces@...] On Behalf Of RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL)
Sent: Monday, January 04, 2016 12:54 PM
To: Jilayne Lovejoy; Hutchison, Jim
Cc: openchain@...
Subject: Re: [OpenChain] OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

Well we consider our FOSS process as a competitive advantage toward our competitors, this does not mean that we do not want anybody to reach this level. But the day Openchain will issue a compliance system we should be able to prove that we are following all criteria. While it takes years to a big company to reach these criteria (we started our FOSS process in 2003).

Now our customers are asking questions on this topics and we are happy to meet their expectations and from what they said it is not the case of some of our competitors. When they name an ALU product, we are able to provide them the list of FOSS included in it, the license and take guarantees on FOSS IPR issues. We also provide them a package to respect FOSS license obligations.

I cannot guarantee this is 100% true but perhaps 70% to 80% and we are trying to reach 100% (I am trying at this stage to get the 100%, it is very difficult to do this in a big company)

So yes we are doing this to be competitive and yes we do it to respect the law, but Alcatel-Lucent wish to be a good citizen, we get a lot of advantage in using open source, but recognize that there is a philosophy behind open source and we want to respect it. In the training for our FOSS experts we say "respecting the FOSS obligations is not only a matter of law it is also respecting a philosophy, if you cannot respect the FOSS license obligations, do not use it"

Michel

Michel
Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT Distinguished Member of Technical Staff Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94 Alcatel-Lucent International, Centre de Villarceaux - France


-----Message d'origine-----
De : Jilayne Lovejoy [mailto:Jilayne.Lovejoy@...]
Envoyé : lundi 4 janvier 2016 18:57
À : Jim Hutchison; RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL)
Cc : openchain@...
Objet : Re: [OpenChain] OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

Hi Michel, Jim,

I wanted to highlight something Michel said that I find interesting: "We consider our process as a competitive advantage…” - this seems to be counter-intuitive to the whole goal of OpenChain. If companies (still) thought that good process around the management of open source software was a competitive advantage, I don’t think we’d have been able to even get OpenChain off the ground as a concept. My feeling or observation is that companies have evolved past this belief and realized that to facilitate trust in the software supply chain we need to have transparency around how open source software is managed - just having the software bill of materials with no insight on how it was generated is not enough. Good open source management should not be a competitive advantage - no one benefits by that. Of course, as Michel and Jim raised and also has been discussed on the calls, the extent of sharing need not include confidential information (unless mutually agreed upon by the relevant parties, of course).

Anyway, I may have read Michel’s words too broadly or strictly (sorry, Michel, if so!) but I thought it was a good opportunity, in any case, to acknowledge the evolution of how the use of open source software in corporations is viewed - we’ve come a long way!

Jilayne


On 12/18/15, 11:40 AM, "openchain-bounces@... on behalf of Jim Hutchison" <openchain-bounces@... on behalf of hutch@...> wrote:

Hi Michel,

These are helpful observations, as we are looking for a solution folks would want to use productively.
In considering OpenChain, we should be able to steer clear of contract/agreement terms. This will be good to keep an eye on as we proceed in formulating the certification questions.

The group discussion appears to be trending towards using such an on-line mechanism, and with text crafted from the OpenChain text. Ideally we will make the questions flexible to many business processes, while retaining inquiry to illuminate adherence to the core concerns.

Thanks,

Jim Hutchison
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

At 02:04 AM 12/10/2015, RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL) wrote:
Jim, I look at the questionnaire
1) the question are not formulated very clearly and are not always
applying to Alcatel-Lucent, because we use different solutions that the
one represented in the questionnaire
2) the questionnaire is asking to link documents on our process. We
consider our process as a competitive advantage and cannot disclose the
details like this and second there is confidential information in it on
the way we interprete licenses, the deal we have with some foss
suppliers to interprete their license differently or on our patent, so
I cannot link documents

Michel
Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT Distinguished Member of
Technical Staff Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94 Alcatel-Lucent International,
Centre de Villarceaux - France

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Jim Hutchison [mailto:hutch@...] Envoyé : jeudi 10
décembre 2015 01:18 À : RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL); RUFFIN, MICHEL
(MICHEL) Objet : OSADL demo for consideration of certification
prototype -- [OpenChain] OpenChain agenda 12/7

Hi Michel,

In our last OpenChain meeting, OSADL shared this prototype with the
working group. You might find it interesting, as a representation of
current thinking of how we might collect certification data.

https://www.foss-slca.org
User name: openchain
Password: buE93oaCw

If you don't submit at the end, Till assured us they would receive no
data. Also they would not be worried by test/hypothetical data you
might enter in trying out their prototype.

Regards,

Jim Hutchison
_______________________________________________
OpenChain mailing list
OpenChain@...
https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/mailman/listinfo/openchain


IMPORTANT NOTICE: The contents of this email and any attachments are confidential and may also be privileged. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately and do not disclose the contents to any other person, use it for any purpose, or store or copy the information in any medium. Thank you.
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Re: OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL) <michel.ruffin@...>
 

Well we consider our FOSS process as a competitive advantage toward our competitors, this does not mean that we do not want anybody to reach this level. But the day Openchain will issue a compliance system we should be able to prove that we are following all criteria. While it takes years to a big company to reach these criteria (we started our FOSS process in 2003).

Now our customers are asking questions on this topics and we are happy to meet their expectations and from what they said it is not the case of some of our competitors. When they name an ALU product, we are able to provide them the list of FOSS included in it, the license and take guarantees on FOSS IPR issues. We also provide them a package to respect FOSS license obligations.

I cannot guarantee this is 100% true but perhaps 70% to 80% and we are trying to reach 100% (I am trying at this stage to get the 100%, it is very difficult to do this in a big company)

So yes we are doing this to be competitive and yes we do it to respect the law, but Alcatel-Lucent wish to be a good citizen, we get a lot of advantage in using open source, but recognize that there is a philosophy behind open source and we want to respect it. In the training for our FOSS experts we say "respecting the FOSS obligations is not only a matter of law it is also respecting a philosophy, if you cannot respect the FOSS license obligations, do not use it"

Michel

Michel
Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff
Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94
Alcatel-Lucent International, Centre de Villarceaux - France

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Jilayne Lovejoy [mailto:Jilayne.Lovejoy@...]
Envoyé : lundi 4 janvier 2016 18:57
À : Jim Hutchison; RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL)
Cc : openchain@...
Objet : Re: [OpenChain] OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

Hi Michel, Jim,

I wanted to highlight something Michel said that I find interesting: "We consider our process as a competitive advantage…” - this seems to be counter-intuitive to the whole goal of OpenChain. If companies (still) thought that good process around the management of open source software was a competitive advantage, I don’t think we’d have been able to even get OpenChain off the ground as a concept. My feeling or observation is that companies have evolved past this belief and realized that to facilitate trust in the software supply chain we need to have transparency around how open source software is managed - just having the software bill of materials with no insight on how it was generated is not enough. Good open source management should not be a competitive advantage - no one benefits by that. Of course, as Michel and Jim raised and also has been discussed on the calls, the extent of sharing need not include confidential information (unless mutually agreed upon by the relevant parties, of course).

Anyway, I may have read Michel’s words too broadly or strictly (sorry, Michel, if so!) but I thought it was a good opportunity, in any case, to acknowledge the evolution of how the use of open source software in corporations is viewed - we’ve come a long way!

Jilayne


On 12/18/15, 11:40 AM, "openchain-bounces@... on behalf of Jim Hutchison" <openchain-bounces@... on behalf of hutch@...> wrote:

Hi Michel,

These are helpful observations, as we are looking for a solution folks would want to use productively.
In considering OpenChain, we should be able to steer clear of contract/agreement terms. This will be good to keep an eye on as we proceed in formulating the certification questions.

The group discussion appears to be trending towards using such an on-line mechanism, and with text crafted from the OpenChain text. Ideally we will make the questions flexible to many business processes, while retaining inquiry to illuminate adherence to the core concerns.

Thanks,

Jim Hutchison
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

At 02:04 AM 12/10/2015, RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL) wrote:
Jim, I look at the questionnaire
1) the question are not formulated very clearly and are not always
applying to Alcatel-Lucent, because we use different solutions that the
one represented in the questionnaire
2) the questionnaire is asking to link documents on our process. We
consider our process as a competitive advantage and cannot disclose the
details like this and second there is confidential information in it on
the way we interprete licenses, the deal we have with some foss
suppliers to interprete their license differently or on our patent, so
I cannot link documents

Michel
Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT Distinguished Member of
Technical Staff Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94 Alcatel-Lucent International,
Centre de Villarceaux - France

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Jim Hutchison [mailto:hutch@...] Envoyé : jeudi 10
décembre 2015 01:18 À : RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL); RUFFIN, MICHEL
(MICHEL) Objet : OSADL demo for consideration of certification
prototype -- [OpenChain] OpenChain agenda 12/7

Hi Michel,

In our last OpenChain meeting, OSADL shared this prototype with the
working group. You might find it interesting, as a representation of
current thinking of how we might collect certification data.

https://www.foss-slca.org
User name: openchain
Password: buE93oaCw

If you don't submit at the end, Till assured us they would receive no
data. Also they would not be worried by test/hypothetical data you
might enter in trying out their prototype.

Regards,

Jim Hutchison
_______________________________________________
OpenChain mailing list
OpenChain@...
https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/mailman/listinfo/openchain


IMPORTANT NOTICE: The contents of this email and any attachments are confidential and may also be privileged. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately and do not disclose the contents to any other person, use it for any purpose, or store or copy the information in any medium. Thank you.


Re: OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

Jilayne Lovejoy <Jilayne.Lovejoy@...>
 

Hi Michel, Jim,

I wanted to highlight something Michel said that I find interesting: "We
consider our process as a competitive advantage…” - this seems to be
counter-intuitive to the whole goal of OpenChain. If companies (still)
thought that good process around the management of open source software
was a competitive advantage, I don’t think we’d have been able to even get
OpenChain off the ground as a concept. My feeling or observation is that
companies have evolved past this belief and realized that to facilitate
trust in the software supply chain we need to have transparency around how
open source software is managed - just having the software bill of
materials with no insight on how it was generated is not enough. Good
open source management should not be a competitive advantage - no one
benefits by that. Of course, as Michel and Jim raised and also has been
discussed on the calls, the extent of sharing need not include
confidential information (unless mutually agreed upon by the relevant
parties, of course).

Anyway, I may have read Michel’s words too broadly or strictly (sorry,
Michel, if so!) but I thought it was a good opportunity, in any case, to
acknowledge the evolution of how the use of open source software in
corporations is viewed - we’ve come a long way!

Jilayne


On 12/18/15, 11:40 AM, "openchain-bounces@... on
behalf of Jim Hutchison" <openchain-bounces@... on
behalf of hutch@...> wrote:

Hi Michel,

These are helpful observations, as we are looking for a solution folks
would want to use productively.
In considering OpenChain, we should be able to steer clear of
contract/agreement terms. This will be good to keep an eye on as we
proceed in formulating the certification questions.

The group discussion appears to be trending towards using such an on-line
mechanism, and with text crafted from the OpenChain text. Ideally we will
make the questions flexible to many business processes, while retaining
inquiry to illuminate adherence to the core concerns.

Thanks,

Jim Hutchison
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

At 02:04 AM 12/10/2015, RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL) wrote:
Jim, I look at the questionnaire
1) the question are not formulated very clearly and are not always
applying to Alcatel-Lucent, because we use different solutions that the
one represented in the questionnaire
2) the questionnaire is asking to link documents on our process. We
consider our process as a competitive advantage and cannot disclose the
details like this and second there is confidential information in it on
the way we interprete licenses, the deal we have with some foss suppliers
to interprete their license differently or on our patent, so I cannot
link documents

Michel
Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff
Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94
Alcatel-Lucent International, Centre de Villarceaux - France

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Jim Hutchison [mailto:hutch@...]
Envoyé : jeudi 10 décembre 2015 01:18
À : RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL); RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL)
Objet : OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype --
[OpenChain] OpenChain agenda 12/7

Hi Michel,

In our last OpenChain meeting, OSADL shared this prototype with the
working group. You might find it interesting, as a representation of
current thinking of how we might collect certification data.

https://www.foss-slca.org
User name: openchain
Password: buE93oaCw

If you don't submit at the end, Till assured us they would receive no
data. Also they would not be worried by test/hypothetical data you might
enter in trying out their prototype.

Regards,

Jim Hutchison
_______________________________________________
OpenChain mailing list
OpenChain@...
https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/mailman/listinfo/openchain


IMPORTANT NOTICE: The contents of this email and any attachments are confidential and may also be privileged. If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender immediately and do not disclose the contents to any other person, use it for any purpose, or store or copy the information in any medium. Thank you.


Re: OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- OpenChain agenda 12/7

RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL) <michel.ruffin@...>
 

Jim,
I am sorry not being able to participate more to Openchain discussions, I really think it is important but at the moment I am involved in the integration between Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia (on FOSS issues 8-)) and this is taking a lot of my bandwidth.

Anyway I am available to answer dedicated questions and will try in the future to participate to Openchain more.

My point of view is that the questions sent to companies should be more on

"an issue, how do you solve the issue", not on "proposing a solution and how you comply with this solution".

Second point is not attaching documents, I have no time to write special documents for OpenChain and the ALU process is are around 140 pages of text and mixed sometimes with confidential information, so replace it with free text

We will need more discussion on this and I am happy to help. it is in the interest of ALU and Nokia that Openchain is successful and so far I have a white blanket to participate from ALU and Nokia.

Michel
Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff
Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94
Alcatel-Lucent International, Centre de Villarceaux - France

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Jim Hutchison [mailto:hutch@...]
Envoyé : vendredi 18 décembre 2015 19:40
À : RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL)
Cc : openchain@...
Objet : RE: OSADL demo for consideration of certification prototype -- [OpenChain] OpenChain agenda 12/7

Hi Michel,

These are helpful observations, as we are looking for a solution folks would want to use productively.
In considering OpenChain, we should be able to steer clear of contract/agreement terms. This will be good to keep an eye on as we proceed in formulating the certification questions.

The group discussion appears to be trending towards using such an on-line mechanism, and with text crafted from the OpenChain text. Ideally we will make the questions flexible to many business processes, while retaining inquiry to illuminate adherence to the core concerns.

Thanks,

Jim Hutchison
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

At 02:04 AM 12/10/2015, RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL) wrote:
Jim, I look at the questionnaire
1) the question are not formulated very clearly and are not always
applying to Alcatel-Lucent, because we use different solutions that the
one represented in the questionnaire
2) the questionnaire is asking to link documents on our process. We
consider our process as a competitive advantage and cannot disclose the
details like this and second there is confidential information in it on
the way we interprete licenses, the deal we have with some foss
suppliers to interprete their license differently or on our patent, so
I cannot link documents

Michel
Michel.Ruffin@..., PhD
Software Coordination Manager, COO - B&ITT Distinguished Member of
Technical Staff Tel +33 6 75 25 21 94 Alcatel-Lucent International,
Centre de Villarceaux - France

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Jim Hutchison [mailto:hutch@...] Envoyé : jeudi 10
décembre 2015 01:18 À : RUFFIN, MICHEL (MICHEL); RUFFIN, MICHEL
(MICHEL) Objet : OSADL demo for consideration of certification
prototype -- [OpenChain] OpenChain agenda 12/7

Hi Michel,

In our last OpenChain meeting, OSADL shared this prototype with the working group. You might find it interesting, as a representation of current thinking of how we might collect certification data.

https://www.foss-slca.org
User name: openchain
Password: buE93oaCw

If you don't submit at the end, Till assured us they would receive no data. Also they would not be worried by test/hypothetical data you might enter in trying out their prototype.

Regards,

Jim Hutchison


Updated Invitation: OpenChain Working Group (First and Third Monday each month) @ Tue Jan 5, 2016 12pm - 1pm (mdolan@linuxfoundation.org)

mdolan@...
 

This event has been changed.

OpenChain Working Group (First and Third Monday each month)

Sending an updated invitation as the group decided to move the calls to the first and third Monday of each month. There are two invites - one for the first Monday and the second for the third Monday.

Audio portion:

Conference Number: +1 (415) 906-5657 Pin: 88326
UberConference URL: http://uberconference.com/mdolan

For international call instructions, please visit the website below. Please note you will have to enter the US Conference number as part of the instructions:
http://www.uberconference.com/international/access

Screen share (if used): go to http://uberconference.com/mdolan

When
Changed: Tue Jan 5, 2016 12pm – 1pm Eastern Time
Where
Conference Number: +1 (415) 906-5657 Pin: 88326 UberConference URL: http://uberconference.com/mdolan (map)
Calendar
mdolan@...
Who
Michael Dolan - organizer
douglas.cardwell@...
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