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HONOR Joins The Governing Board Of The OpenChain Project

 

HONOR, a leading global provider of smart devices, officially joined the OpenChain Project as a Platinum Member. HONOR will continue to devote efforts to help maintain OpenChain ISO/IEC 5230, the International Standard for open source license compliance.

Learn More:
https://www.openchainproject.org/news/2022/02/16/honor-membership


Re: IMPORTANT: OpenChain Security Summit 2022 – 17/18th February

 

Heads up. If you do not have this in your schedule yet, it probably should be. Calendar invite attached.



On Feb 11, 2022, at 21:22, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:


Earlier today you should have received calendar invitations (via this list) for our forthcoming OpenChain Security Summit 2022. This event (as always) is free to attend. It will be a pivotal event in showing where the industry is positioned and where OpenChain in this space. I highly recommend that you and your security teams attend. Sharing link:

OpenChain Security Summit 2022 – 17/18th February


Learn About OpenSSF In The Current Landscape From Brian Behlendorf, General Manager Open Source Security Foundation
OpenSSF is committed to collaboration and working both upstream and with existing communities to advance open source security for all.
Learn About SPDX In The Current Landscape From Kate Stewart, VP, Dependable Embedded Systems At The Linux Foundation
SPDX is an open standard for communicating software bill of material information, including provenance, license, security, and other related information.
And Learn More About Industry Responses To Log4J With Practical Cases Studies From User And Vendor Companies
The Security Summit will take place on February 17th 2022 at 17:00 PST / February 18th 2022 02:00 UTC / 10:00 CST / 11:00 JST. It will be hosted on Zoom and it will be free to attend. It will also be recorded. Join the event here:
You can expect to come away with a clear understanding of market conditions, how the Linux Foundation is addressing them, and where OpenChain fits into the picture. The goal – as always – is to ensure you have the information necessary to make informed, effective decisions around the open source supply chain.
We seek to build trust in the quality of programs used by you, your customers and your suppliers. We are proud to have taken significant strides in our field throughout 2021. We expect to push the boundaries of what is possible once again in 2022. You can learn more about what we are doing around security – including our reference assurance guide – here:


OpenChain is on Slack

 

Reminder: OpenChain Project has a slack workspace. You can join at this link to stay at the cutting edge of open source compliance:
https://join.slack.com/t/openchainproject/shared_invite/zt-7ayys8g2-dgijHIK_kyrhEWEknrD0cQ


Invitation: OpenChain Security Summit 2022 @ Fri Feb 18, 2022 11:00 - 13:00 (JST) (uk-wg@lists.openchainproject.org)

 

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OpenChain Japan
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Learn About OpenSSF In The Current Landscape From Brian Behlendorf, General Manager Open Source Security Foundation

OpenSSF is committed to collaboration and working both upstream and with existing communities to advance open source security for all.

Learn About SPDX In The Current Landscape From Kate Stewart, VP, Dependable Embedded Systems At The Linux Foundation

SPDX is an open standard for communicating software bill of material information, including provenance, license, security, and other related information.

And Learn More About Industry Responses To Log4J With Practical Cases Studies From User And Vendor Companies

The Security Summit will take place on February 17th 2022 at 17:00 PST / February 18th 2022 02:00 UTC / 09:00 CST / 10:00 JST. It will be hosted on Zoom and it will be free to attend. It will also be recorded. Join the event here:

https://zoom.us/j/4377592799


You can expect to come away with a clear understanding of market conditions, how the Linux Foundation is addressing them, and where OpenChain fits into the picture.

The goal – as always – is to ensure you have the information necessary to make informed, effective decisions around the open source supply chain. We seek to build trust in the quality of programs used by you, your customers and your suppliers. 


We are proud to have taken significant strides in our field throughout 2021. We expect to push the boundaries of what is possible once again in 2022.

You can learn more about what we are doing around security – including our reference assurance guide – here:

https://www.openchainproject.org/news/2022/01/19/openchain-on-security

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Invitation: LFC194 online course preparation @ Tue Feb 8, 2022 19:30 - 20:30 (JST) (uk-wg@lists.openchainproject.org)

 

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Hello All,

Welcome back, first of all we have a good news. Our LF training design point of contact gave us following information "I wanted to let you know that the first OpenChain course *LFC193* is getting very good reviews from learners: 4.68/5. Learners mentioned that they loved that the course is very straightforward, the explanations are clear, simple and easy to understand, exceeding expectations."

Now it's time for us to come back together, join hands and develop and review the second part of the course as we previously discussed. This time LFC194 will have the remaining chapters with a brief recap of highlights from the previous course.

We have a wishful release date of the course to be on 17th March 2022 during OpenChain IPR event. for which we have to handover the reviewed course document to the design team by 17th of Feb 2022. Let's try our best for the same :)

LFC194 Course document - https://onedrive.live.com/view.aspx?resid=674AE6F2A656C9C5!2229&cid=272215E9-E501-483B-84D8-73768D78DEC2&ithint=file%2cdocx&wdLOR=c0BDE0B94-C90A-44BB-8E64-4CFD5104EE51&authkey=!ANA7cxBJ_cnWD3w

LFC194 course design document - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1rA5VkMMVpR3GZ8kEj2fN6Bgt-smo3aYMqx-LHI6Y2uA/edit

Zoom call -

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Important meeting 10:30 UTC (one hour from now) LFC194 online course preparation

 

Balakrisha will chair a meeting to discuss how the second OpenChain / LF Training course with official certification will finalize. We have a lot done (especially Balakrisha!), so it looks like we have a clear and relatively easy shot towards tweaking and finishing this month.

This is important because we will hold an IPR summit in middle March. If we close the outstanding issues, our course can launch there. It’s not vital but it would be super cool 🙂

I want to stress that this builds on something exceptional. Our previous course - LFC193 - has been scoring exceptionally well in LF Training surveys: 4.68/5. According to Flavia at LF Training: Learners mentioned that they loved that the course is very straightforward, the explanations are clear, simple and easy to understand, exceeding expectations.

You hit it out of the ballpark. Let’s do it again.

Dial in here 10:30 UTC / 11:30 CET:

Regards

Shane 

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Netfilter and McHardy. The settlement. The meaning. - Webinar in 30 minutes

 

Netfilter and McHardy. The settlement. The meaning. A description of the case by Dr. Till Jaeger of JBB, lawyer for Netfilter. Exclusive free OpenChain Webinar today at 14:00 UTC (15:00 CET / 19:30 IST / 22:00 CST). Join without registration here:
https://zoom.us/j/4377592799

(Basically… we start in 30 minutes)

On Feb 6, 2022, at 19:17, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:

The OpenChain Bi-Weekly Webinar is quite special this time around. We have Dr. Till Jaeger of the law firm JBB joining us to talk through the recent settlement between the Netfilter Project and Patrick McHardy, a notorious "copyright troll.” If you work includes any aspect of legal activity around open source this is a must-see.

Join us:
https://zoom.us/j/4377592799

Timezone:
Monday 7th February @ 06:00 PST / 14:00 UTC / 14:00 BST / 15:00 CET / 19:30 IST / 22:00 CST / 23:00 KST + JST

== What is this about? ==

Patrick McHardy, a previous contributor to the Netfilter Project, is estimated to have received settlements from more than 80 companies leveraging cease and desist letter. He is the first “copyright troll” to have emerged in the Linux ecosystem. The Netfilter Project have addressed his actions in a court of law by preventing this individual sending cease and desist letters without a majority vote of active core team members. These terms also apply to previous cease and desist letters.

== What did the project say? ==

Pablo Neira Ayuso <pablo@...>:
"The netfilter project announces a settlement with Patrick McHardy. This settlement is legally binding and it governs any legal enforcement
activities concerning all programs and program libraries published by the netfilter/iptables project on its website [1] as well as the Linux kernel [2]. Please, see the court order [3] (in German) and/or the translation of the court order for further details [4].”
https://lore.kernel.org/netdev/Ye6jCQm7z0Yr3bqA@salvia/

[1] https://www.netfilter.org
[2] https://www.kernel.org
[3] https://www.netfilter.org/files/2022-01-24-Beschluss_und_Vergleich.pdf
[4] https://www.netfilter.org/files/2022-01-24-Translation_Court_Order_and_Settlement.pdf


Netfilter Core Team Settlement Lawsuit with McHardy - Webinar Monday 7th February @ 06:00 PST / 14:00 UTC / 14:00 BST / 15:00 CET / 19:30 IST / 22:00 CST / 23:00 KST + JST

 

The OpenChain Bi-Weekly Webinar is quite special this time around. We have Dr. Till Jaeger of the law firm JBB joining us to talk through the recent settlement between the Netfilter Project and Patrick McHardy, a notorious "copyright troll.” If you work includes any aspect of legal activity around open source this is a must-see.

Join us:
https://zoom.us/j/4377592799

Timezone:
Monday 7th February @ 06:00 PST / 14:00 UTC / 14:00 BST / 15:00 CET / 19:30 IST / 22:00 CST / 23:00 KST + JST

== What is this about? ==

Patrick McHardy, a previous contributor to the Netfilter Project, is estimated to have received settlements from more than 80 companies leveraging cease and desist letter. He is the first “copyright troll” to have emerged in the Linux ecosystem. The Netfilter Project have addressed his actions in a court of law by preventing this individual sending cease and desist letters without a majority vote of active core team members. These terms also apply to previous cease and desist letters.

== What did the project say? ==

Pablo Neira Ayuso <pablo@...>:
"The netfilter project announces a settlement with Patrick McHardy. This settlement is legally binding and it governs any legal enforcement
activities concerning all programs and program libraries published by the netfilter/iptables project on its website [1] as well as the Linux kernel [2]. Please, see the court order [3] (in German) and/or the translation of the court order for further details [4].”
https://lore.kernel.org/netdev/Ye6jCQm7z0Yr3bqA@salvia/

[1] https://www.netfilter.org
[2] https://www.kernel.org
[3] https://www.netfilter.org/files/2022-01-24-Beschluss_und_Vergleich.pdf
[4] https://www.netfilter.org/files/2022-01-24-Translation_Court_Order_and_Settlement.pdf


Re: [telco] Tomorrows Telco Group meeting

 

Telco meeting underway right now:


On Feb 3, 2022, at 16:28, Gergely Csatari <gergely.csatari@...> wrote:



Hi,

 

Uh-oh, for some reason I do not see these meetings in the calendar [1]. Can you please advise how to get an invite?

 

Thanks,

Gergely

 

[1]: https://lists.openchainproject.org/g/telco/calendar

 

From: telco@... <telco@...> On Behalf Of Jimmy Ahlberg via lists.openchainproject.org
Sent: Wednesday, February 2, 2022 11:00 PM
To: telco@...
Subject: [telco] Tomorrows Telco Group meeting

 

Dear Telco group subscribers, welcome all to tomorrows Telco Group meeting.

 

I would like to share with you a bit of the thinking that currently exists around the Telco Group as well as our tentative agenda for tomorrow.

 

In the meetings we ran last year we exchanged experiences and best practices around open source in the telco field, my sincere thanks to everyone who so freely shared of their experiences and wisdom to the group. I for one learned a lot and have a lot more to learn still. Going forward we will have our meetings regularly at the first Thursday of each month, one meeting in the morning (for those of us based in Europe) and one in the afternoon so that we ensure that everyone has a chance to participate regardless of time zone. We can change this cadence later and have ad hoc meetings as needed but this way we have a standing appointment in the calendar. At least initially we will run the meetings with identical agendas, so no one should feel obliged to join both meetings, even if you are welcome to do so if you want to.

 

Last year we also discussed in our meetings and in emails some concrete things we could do in the telco sector to simplify open source management in our industry. The conclusion was that it seems that documenting harmonizing best practices for SBoM management was a low hanging fruit we could reach for. There exists great tools already such as SPDX, Cyclone DX, the OpenChain specification itself, the idea is not to reinvent these wheels but rather to see what we can build on top of that that would be of use to our industry. The group and this list remains a place to exchange experiences and best practices,

we should not lose track of that. At the same time, we are from the telco industry, standardization, harmonization, and interoperability is part of our DNA so I think this more actionable work is a natural expression of this.

 

With this in mind I would like to propose the following agenda for our meeting tomorrow.

 

  1. Welcome & “round the table” introduction of who is who.
  2. Agree on cornerstone principles for our work on “Telco Standard SBoM” going forward. (below are my proposals, if  you would like to add further suggestion feel free to do so during the meeting or over email).
    1. We do not aim to change the OpenChain specification or fork it.
    2. To implement the “Telco standard for SBoM” you need not be OpenChain conformant.
    3. The solution in its entirety needs to adhere to the US federal requirements.
  3. Is there a need for a formal Terms Of Reference style document?
  4. Work items: The suggestion is that we discuss some of the major points that was brought up during our brainstorming sessions.
    1. SBoM Dataformat: Suggestions so far include that the “Telco standard for SBoM” should mandate SPDX in its latest version, SPDX in its ISO format, Cyclone DX (no version suggested), or that we remain agnostic to the issue of dataformat.
    2. File format (What should we use for the machine readable SBoM, one format or many? What format should we use for the human readable version?) Do we want to support that these on a voluntary basis are transactable separately from the binary/source?
    3. Timing, when should the SBoM be delivered?
    4. Template contract clauses to reference our “Telco Standard for SBoM”/playbooks.
    5. Any other additions to the above?
  5. AoB.
  6. Close of the meeting.

 

Feel free to suggest alterations to this agenda if you think there are other things that are more urgent to discuss.

 

Looking forward to seeing you all virtually at any of the meetings tomorrow.

 

Best Regards Jimmy Ahlberg

 

 

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Our biweekly meeting takes place in around one hour

 

Reminder:
Our biweekly meeting takes place in around one hour.

Agenda:
Forthcoming summits
Security + the specification
What you (as users) want to see from the partner ecosystem

Dial in:
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On Jan 31, 2022, at 17:30, Shane Coughlan <scoughlan@...> wrote:

Our regular bi-weekly meeting takes place today. We will be talking about:
Forthcoming summits
Security + the specification
What you (as users) want to see from the partner ecosystem

Dial in:
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Check your time
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OpenChain Bi-Weekly Meeting - 14:00 UTC 2022-01-31 (today) - 06:00 PST / 14:00 BST / 15:00 CET / 19:00 IST / 22:00 CST / 23:00 KST+JST

 

Our regular bi-weekly meeting takes place today. We will be talking about:
Forthcoming summits
Security + the specification
What you (as users) want to see from the partner ecosystem

Dial in:
https://zoom.us/j/4377592799

Check your time
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External: The EU Open Source Policy Summit

 

An OFE production on the 4th of February:
https://summit.openforumeurope.org/

Shane Coughlan
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Successful GPLv3 Enforcement In Italy - Webinar Starts Now

 

Successful GPLv3 Enforcement In Italy - Webinar Starts Now

Carlo and Alberto join us live to explain how Array Law managed the case. 

Join free and without registration:

Check your time:
06:00 UTC / 07:00 CET / 08:00 BST / 14:00 CST / 15:00 KST+JST 2022-01-25 (22:00 PST previous day 2022-01-24)


OpenChain On Security

 

Over the last 12 months there have been several noteworthy concerns around open source and security. The exposure of vulnerability in software has exposed underlying issues with process management and ultimately with sustainability. The OpenChain Project, steward of ISO/IEC 5230:2020, the International Standard for open source compliance, has been at the forefront of addressing these matters.

In August 2021 we responded to market demand by releasing a Security Assurance Reference Guide. The first version of this document explained how ISO/IEC 5230 could be used through the optics of security. Like all our documentation, it was developed and released in the public arena, and subject to review and contributions from a wide array of stakeholders.

We are now working on the second iteration of this document. It does for security what ISO/IEC 5230 did for compliance: it provides a minimal, broadly applicable list of key requirements to institute a quality assurance program to address the domain space.

We do not intend to replace existing security standards. We do not intend to bloat ISO/IEC 5230. Instead, we are pursuing our proven approach of developing a real-world solution for a real-world problem that can be immediately deployed, and over time fits together with adjacent activities as neatly as a jigsaw puzzle.

For those new to this topic and wondering what OpenChain’s engagement means in practice, a summary of our Specification Work Group discussions throughout 2020-2021 is in order.

We are considering three paths for the security domain. One sees the Security Assurance Reference Guide maintaining its stance solely as a guide. Another sees the Security Assurance Reference Guide evolve into a Reference Specification that may become a de facto industry standard over time. Lastly, there is the option to have the Security Assurance Reference Guide evolve into an optional component for a future iteration of ISO/IEC 5230.

You can contribute to this activity by joining our bi-weekly global work team calls [1], our specification mailing list [2], and opening issues on the relevant repository in GitHub [3].

1.     https://www.openchainproject.org/community
2.     https://lists.openchainproject.org/g/specification
3.     https://github.com/OpenChain-Project/SecurityAssuranceGuide/tree/main/Guide/2.0

The OpenChain Project is far from alone in helping to address concerns around open source and security. The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF) is a sister project at the Linux Foundation dedicated to securing the open source ecosystem. The Software Package Data Exchange Project (SPDX) maintains ISO/IEC 5962:2021, an International Standard for Software Bill of Materials. The Linux Foundation also hosts tools to help with automation in the space. We are collaborating to ensure the future of open source is secure.

You can expect a continuation of these activities throughout 2022. There will be an excellent opportunity for you to get involved during this quarter, as the OpenChain Project hosts a security summit to enable our extensive global community to share notes. To learn more about this, as well as our other activities, join one of our calls or one of our mailing lists. Everyone is welcome.

Get Started With Our Community

Attend The OpenChain Security Summit On February 17th and 18th 

The Security Summit will take place on February 17th 2022 at 17:00 PST / February 18th 2022 02:00 UTC / 09:00 CST / 10:00 JST. It will be hosted on Zoom and it will be free to attend. It will also be recorded. You can expect to come away with a clear understanding of market conditions, how the Linux Foundation is addressing them, and where OpenChain fits into the picture.

 

 


OpenChain 2022 - Our Mini-Summits Evolve Into full Summits

 

The OpenChain Project will host three summits throughout 2022. Each summit will be virtual though our positioning and agenda will reflect a different geography for each topic covered. Here is what you can expect:
  1. Security (North America)
  2. Intellectual Property (China/Japan)
  3. Automation (Germany)
The first summit will focus on Security and will take place on February 17th 2022 at 17:00 PST (February 18th 2022 02:00 UTC / 09:00 CST / 10:00 JST). It will be hosted on Zoom and it will be free to attend. It will also be recorded. You can expect to come away with a clear understanding of market conditions, how the Linux Foundation is addressing them, and where OpenChain fits into the picture.

The dates and times of the Intellectual Property Summit and the Automation Summit will be announced shortly. You can expect the former to provide a snapshot of current thinking around copyright, trademarks and patents in our domain. You can expect the latter to brief you on the state-of-the-art around automation for compliance, security and project health.

The goal - as always - is to ensure you have the information necessary to make informed, effective decisions around the open source supply chain. We seek to build trust in the quality of programs used by you, your customers and your suppliers. We are proud to have taken significant strides in our field throughout 2021. We expect to push the boundaries of what is possible once again in 2022.


Re: [openchain] ACTION REQUIRED: OpenChain Participation Certificates

 

Greetings all!

Last call. If you want a participation certificate for your contribution to OpenChain in 2021 (and before), please list yourself in this spreadsheet:
https://1drv.ms/x/s!AsXJVqby5kpnkTHvJmDpwpuZE2kP

Regards

Shane

On Dec 21, 2021, at 11:53, Shane Coughlan via lists.openchainproject.org <scoughlan=linuxfoundation.org@...> wrote:

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 :)




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Invitation: OpenChain Bi-Weekly Global Call @ Every 4 weeks from 23:00 to 23:30 on Monday from Mon Jan 31 to Mon Jan 2, 2023 (JST) (uk-wg@lists.openchainproject.org)

 

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Invitation: OpenChain Bi-Weekly Webinar @ Every 4 weeks from 15:00 to 15:30 on Tuesday from Tue Jan 25 to Mon Jan 2, 2023 (JST) (uk-wg@lists.openchainproject.org)

 

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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) (uk-wg@lists.openchainproject.org)

 

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