Sorry for replying to an old version of this thread, but this was the last message I could find discussing the topic of Co-Chairs for the Standards Adoption,
Engagement and Outreach Sub-Committee. I’m not sure if it’s needed to trigger a ballot, but I second the several proposals / motions to create this sub-committee.
I’d like to throw one more hat in the ring, given the amount of time he’s spent doing exactly this job over the past few years: David Eilken, who was our “evangelist”
for the Security Automation Working Group (SAWG) and now works with the FS-ISAC and Soltra.
If my count is right, these individuals have also been nominated:
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
On Behalf Of Patrick Maroney
Sent: Monday, June 22, 2015 1:44 PM
To: Eric Burger; firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [cti] CTI-Outreach Sub-Committee Nominations/Discussion
Not looking to put Joep or myself out of a job, but want to nominate Tony Rutkowski as a good candidate to co-chair the yet to be named Outreach & Engagement SC.
I think it’s great to have Joep and Patrick lead this effort. I would be glad to help, but NOT in a leadership role.
Would love to team up @Patrick!
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You and Joep will be great on this effort.
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I graciously accept the nomination on proviso that everyone is patient until such time as I can safely remove my OASIS "training wheels". I'm not confident that I am sufficiently competent in OASIS processes and procedures, but have a number
of highly qualified Mentors to guide me. Please free to do so as well when/if I stumble.
I would officially like to nominate the creation of the Outreach Sub-committee, for discussion at the next CTI TC meeting. I think having a group dedicated to evangelizing STIX/TAXII and CybOX and finding how we can best integrate with
other work being performed by other groups around the world would be substantially beneficial.
I would like to second Patrick as co-chair for the community outreach sub-committee if one is formed. He always has such a broad vision, identifying ways that STIX / TAXII and CybOX could integrate cohesively with others efforts. I think
he is a great candidate.
I would also like to nominate Joep Gommers as co-chair for this sub-committee (if it eventually exists). Joep and his team have provided the community with free libraries to encourage the creation of tools. He has taken every opportunity
to help increase awareness of STIX/TAXII/CybOX within the security community within Europe, and his selection would help give the committee some international flavour.
Terry MacDonald | STIX, TAXII, CybOX Consultant
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On 19 June 2015 at 19:51, Joep Gommers <email@example.com> wrote:
I would be comfortable committing either time and resource as a member or
a chair/co-chair for this committee:
- Large network and reach in Europe, which is our main focus and needs
allot of work for STIX/TAXII
- Passioned about compatibility and the community we need to create around
it (certifications, tooling, summer of code, etc.)
- Been- and will be evangelizing STIX/TAXII across the intel supply and
tech vendor space
On 6/18/15, 10:41 PM, "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com> wrote:
>During the Thursday, June 18 call there was a suggestion that we form
>a Sub-Committee for outreach, specifically to the international
>community. Later, after the call another suggestion was made for a
>Sub-Committee specifically for ISAO-Outreach.
>Here is a thread we can use for nominations and discussions on this topic.
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