- Plans for the UK workgroup
Re: Plans for the UK workgroup
On 19 Oct 2022, at 15:12, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:
On Oct 19, 2022, at 14:16, Steve Kilbane <stephen.kilbane@...> wrote:
The UK OpenChain workgroup had a meeting last week, and there was a lot of great info passed on about what’s been going on in the OpenChain project worldwide over the past few months. There was also some fascinating and thoughtful commentary on the current landscape from Andrew. Perhaps it was the format of the Zoom session, but it seemed to be very much a one-directional session, and it made me wonder what the UK workgroup is up to, right now. Are there specific activities in progress? Are there UK-specific issues under consideration, or that orgs are running into, of which the UK workgroup is aware?
With the publication of OpenChain as an ISO/IEC standard, there’s been a lot of adoption over the past couple of years, so it’s possible that there are people who are new to the UK mailing list too. If so, like me, they might benefit from a better understanding of what the UK workgroup is up to, presently.
I think that, towards the end of the session, Andrew and Sami were asking for suggested topics to address, and presumably this mailing list would be the place to make suggestions.
I think fostering a round-table discussion format would be an excellent evolution, and the sharing of knowledge from the UK market - and ensuring it goes outward - could be really useful.
How about at the next meeting with focus on having a couple of specific items for workshopping, designed explicitly for interactive discussion?
Yes, let’s do this!
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