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mgisi [Latest Draft]
openchain:start [2017/10/22 18:36] (current)
Miriam.Ballhausen [3) OpenChain Conformance]
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 The project website can be found at http://​openchainproject.org/​ The project website can be found at http://​openchainproject.org/​
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-===== 1) Specification ===== 
  
-The first version of the specification is now available. You could direct questions and feedback to the mailing list (openchain@lists.linuxfoundation.org) or the Specification Team Chair, Mark Gisi (Mark.Gisi@WindRiver.com) if you prefer to provide comments anonymously.+===== Mailing List =====
  
-{{:openchain:openchainspec-1.0.pdf| OpenChain Conformance Specification 1.0}}+The OpenChain Project holds most of its discussions on a mailing list. You can sign up for the mailing list here[[https://lists.linuxfoundation.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​openchain]]
  
-The specification Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can be found here:​{{https://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​openchain/​specification-questions-and-answers| Spec FAQs}}+===== Bi-Weekly Meetings =====
  
-==== Latest Draft ==== +The OpenChain Project Work Teams meet on the first and third Monday ​of each month: 
-We recently released version 1.2 of specification ​and therefore there currently is no draft of the next version available yet+  * The call on the first Monday is intended for US/Europe attendees ​and takes place at 4pm UTC. This currently ​translates to 9am PST, 12pm EST and 4pm GMT (content focused on Specification and Certification). 
 +  * The call on the third Monday ​is intended for APAC/US attendees and takes place at 12am UTC. This currently translates to 5pm PST, 8pm EST and the following day at 9am JST, 8am China (content focused on Specification and Curriculum).
  
-/*** +The conference call information is below:
-{{:openchain:​openchainspec-1.1.draft.pdf| Next version DRAFT: version 1.1 draft}}. Recommended changes to spec 1.0 are highlighted in yellow within the 1.1 draft.  ​+
  
-{{https://wiki.linuxfoundation.org/openchain/​spec-1.1-draft-public-comments ​ +UberConference URL: [[https://uberconference.com/openchainproject]] 
-| Public comments }} for the version 1.1 draft.+Conference Audio Number: +855-889-3011 
 + 
 +For international call instructions,​ please visit the URL belowPlease note you will have to enter the US Conference number (855-889-3011) as part of the instructions:​ [[http://​www.uberconference.com/​international/​access]] 
 + 
 +Information from past meetings can be found at: [[http://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​openchain/​minutes|Meeting Materials and Minutes]]
    
 +===== 1) OpenChain Specification =====
  
-You can review previous ​Specification ​Draftsnow frozen ​and called the Compliance Reference Model, ​to understand our starting point and how our thinking has evolved over time: +The OpenChain ​Specification ​is available for everyone to reviewadopt and to submit suggestions for improvement. You can send questions ​and feedback to the mailing list (openchain@lists.linuxfoundation.org) or the Specification Team Chair, Mark Gisi (Mark.Gisi@WindRiver.com) if you prefer to provide comments anonymously.
-[[https://​etherpad.wikimedia.org/​p/​openchain-proposal1]] +
-[[http://​etherpad.wikimedia.org/​p/​openchain]]+
  
-**/+{{:​openchain:​openchainspec-current.pdf| OpenChain Specification 1.1}}
  
 +The specification Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) can be found here:​{{https://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​openchain/​specification-questions-and-answers| Spec FAQs}}
  
 +==== Latest Draft ====
 +We recently released version 1.1 of specification and therefore there currently is no draft of the next version available yet. 
 +
 +==== Contributing to the Spec ==== 
 +Please read the Spec FAQs before contributing. This will provide insight into the principles that have guided past decisions:
 +{{https://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​openchain/​specification-questions-and-answers| Spec FAQs}}
 +
 +Feedback on the current version of the spec can be submitted via Jira at:
 +https://​openchain.atlassian.net
  
 ==== Translations ==== ==== Translations ====
-Multiple language translations of the specification ​would greatly facilitate adoption. We are currently developing ​a policy document ​to provide ​the guidance ​needed to i) facilitate the creation of translations and ii) preserve the accuracy and completeness of the specification. Details of of the policy and process are available on the following [[ https://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​openchain/​spec-translations |wiki page]]+Multiple language translations of the specification greatly facilitate adoption. We have a policy document ​describing ​the process ​needed to i) facilitate the creation of official ​translations and ii) preserve the accuracy and completeness of the specification. Details of of the policy and process are available on the following [[ https://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​openchain/​spec-translations |wiki page]]
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-===== 2) Curriculum=====+===== 2) OpenChain ​Curriculum=====
  
 The OpenChain Curriculum is designed to help organizations meet the training and process requirements of the OpenChain Specification. Release 2 of the slides is available now under CC-0 licensing to allow everyone to use, study, share and improve the material. The OpenChain Curriculum is designed to help organizations meet the training and process requirements of the OpenChain Specification. Release 2 of the slides is available now under CC-0 licensing to allow everyone to use, study, share and improve the material.
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 The OpenChain Curriculum is actively developed and has a [[openchain:​curriculum|dedicated page]]. The OpenChain Curriculum is actively developed and has a [[openchain:​curriculum|dedicated page]].
  
-===== 3) Conformance ​Check =====+===== 3) OpenChain ​Conformance =====
  
-The OpenChain Conformance ​Check is designed to assess an organization'​s status of conformance with a specific version of the OpenChain Specification.+The OpenChain Conformance ​Work Team is designed to assess an organization'​s status of conformance with a specific version of the OpenChain Specification. You can direct questions and feedback to the mailing list (openchain@lists.linuxfoundation.org) or the Conformance Team Chair, Miriam Ballhausen (Miriam.Ballhausen@twobirds.com) if you prefer to provide comments anonymously.
  
-The first version of the Conformance Check is now available. You could direct questions ​and feedback ​to the mailing ​list (openchain@lists.linuxfoundation.org) or the Conformance Team Chair, Miriam Ballhausen (Miriam.Ballhausen@lumesse.com) if you prefer to provide comments anonymously.+We provide an Online Self-Certification Web App alongside OpenChain Specification 1.1. Everyone who uses the Online Self-Certification ​and successfully passes will be automatically added to the list of [[https://​www.openchainproject.org/​openchain-conformant|Conformant Organizations]]
  
-{{ :openchain:openchain_conformance_conformance_check_1.0.pdf |}}+You can also conform manually using the  [[https://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​_media/​openchain/openchain_conformance_conformance_check_1.1.pdf|OpenChain Conformance Handbook for OpenChain Specification 1.1]].
  
-We will shortly launch an Online Self-Certification Web App alongside ​OpenChain Specification 1.1. Everyone who uses the Online Self-Certification ​and successfully passes ​will be automatically added to the list of [[https://www.openchainproject.org/​openchain-conformant|Conformant Organizations]]. You can already preview ​the [[https://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/_media/openchain/openchain_conformance_conformance_check_1.1.pdf|OpenChain ​Conformance Handbook for OpenChain ​Specification 1.1]].+If you are seeking the manual Conformance guide for OpenChain Specification 1.0 you can find it here: [[https://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​_media/​openchain/​openchain_conformance_conformance_check_1.0.pdf|OpenChain Conformance Handbook for OpenChain Specification ​1.0]] 
 + 
 +There is a Frequently Asked Questions page explaining ​the OpenChain Conformance in more detail here: [[https://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​openchain/​conformance-questions-and-answers]]. 
 + 
 +==== Procedure ==== 
 +You will find information about the procedure following self-certification requests submitted through the Online Self-Certification Web App at [[https://wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​openchain/​conformancecheck-faq]]. 
 + 
 +You will find information about the procedure following a complaint relating to the status of conformance of another entity at [[https://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​openchain/​conformancecheck-faq]]. 
 + 
 +===== 4) OpenChain ​Onboarding ===== 
 + 
 +The OpenChain ​Onboarding Work Team is designed to help organizations of all sizes engage with the OpenChain ProjectYou can direct questions and feedback to the mailing list (openchain@lists.linuxfoundation.org) or the Onboarding Team Chair, Nathan Kumagai (nathank@outlook.com) if you prefer to provide comments anonymously.
  
 ===== Frequently Asked Questions===== ===== Frequently Asked Questions=====
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   * [[Curriculum Questions and Answers]]   * [[Curriculum Questions and Answers]]
   * [[Conformance Questions and Answers]]   * [[Conformance Questions and Answers]]
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 +===== Policies and Processes=====
 +
 +The OpenChain Project has a series of policies and processes to help guide the development of each Work Team and the project as a whole. You can access and contribute to our policies and processes here:
 +  * [[Policies and Processes]]
  
 ===== License ===== ===== License =====
 All contributions to OpenChain are made under the [[http://​creativecommons.org/​publicdomain/​zero/​1.0/​legalcode|Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal]] license. All contributions to OpenChain are made under the [[http://​creativecommons.org/​publicdomain/​zero/​1.0/​legalcode|Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal]] license.
-===== Mailing List ===== 
- 
-The group is already communicating via an OpenChain mailing list. You can sign up for the mailing list here: [[https://​lists.linuxfoundation.org/​mailman/​listinfo/​openchain]] 
-===== Meeting Details ===== 
- 
-The OpenChain Workgroup meets on the first and third Monday of each month: 
-  * The call on the first Monday is intended for US/Europe attendees and takes place at 4pm UTC. This currently translates to 9am PST, 12pm EST and 4pm GMT (content focused on Specification and Certification). 
-  * The call on the third Monday is intended for APAC/US attendees and takes place at 12am UTC. This currently translates to 5pm PST, 8pm EST and the following day at 9am JST, 8am China (content focused on Specification and Curriculum). 
  
-The conference call information is below: 
- 
-UberConference URL: [[https://​www.uberconference.com/​kellyw]] 
-Conference Audio Number: +1 855-889-3011 
- 
-For international call instructions,​ please visit the URL below. Please note you will have to enter the US Conference number (8558893011) as part of the instructions:​ [[http://​www.uberconference.com/​international/​access]] 
- 
-Screen share (if used): go to [[https://​www.uberconference.com/​kellyw]] 
- 
-Information from past meetings can be found at: [[http://​wiki.linuxfoundation.org/​openchain/​minutes|Meeting Materials and Minutes]] 
 ===== Logo and Presentation Template ===== ===== Logo and Presentation Template =====
  
 Available upon request. Please send a request to the email list with an appropriate description of your intended use. Available upon request. Please send a request to the email list with an appropriate description of your intended use.
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