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Subject: OASIS News: Open Standards Update

10 Nov 2016
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The Open Standards Community Newsletter
Borderless Cyber

Borderless Cyber conferences at the European Parliament in Brussels and at Keio University in Tokyo brought together policy makers and cybersecurity strategists from around the world. Many thanks to our event Sponsors and members for helping make these two events so successful: 
Slides are now available for Borderless Cyber Europe and Borderless Cyber Asia.

Stay tuned for details on Borderless Cyber USA 2017, which will be held in next Spring.

Common Security Advisory Framework (CSAF) TC launches

The cybersecurity community is coming together to standardize the way vulnerability issues are disclosed by vendors. Building on the Common Vulnerability Reporting Framework (CVRF), CSAF will enable greater interoperability among products, ensuring that structured, machine-readable security advisories can be produced and consumed more broadly. The first CSAF TC meeting will be held via teleconference on 16 Nov. New members welcome.

New OASIS TC advances Electric Vehicle charging equipment data standard, OCPP

OCPP defines a truly open, interoperable standard for EV charging data that enables any EV charge point to connect with any central system or third-party network service provider, regardless of vendor. The standard will help grow the global EV market by enabling charging stations to be seamlessly integrated into grid operations.

OSLC Member Section boards Queen Mary for IBM IoT event

The Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) Member Section will participate in the IBM Continuous Engineering for the Internet of Things conference, 15-17 Nov in Long Beach, California. OSLC TCs will host a Meet-and-Greet as well as a Birds-of-a-Feather lunch during the event.

Tim McGrath passes UBL baton

OASIS bids farewell to long-time UBL champion and TC co-chair, Tim McGrath, who announced his decision to resign from standards work and take on new challenges. Ken Holman expresses the UBL TC's appreciation for Tim, and Laurent Liscia reflects on Tim's amazing contributions to our community. Our deep gratitude, fond memories, and best wishes go out to Tim.

WS-Calendar TC approves Committee Specifications

The WS-Calendar Minimal PIM-Conformant Schema optimizes the WS-Calendar Platform Independent Model (PIM) for use in machine-to-machine (M2M) schedule negotiations. Schedule Signals and Streams defines a normative structure for conveying information linked to repetitive intervals of time, for history, telemetry, projections, and bids.

Emergency Management TC approves
EDXL-SitRep as Committee Specification

Emergency Data Exchange Language Situation Reporting (EDXL-SitRep) describes a set of standard reports and elements that can be used for data sharing among emergency information systems. EDXL-SitRep provides incident information for situation awareness on which incident command can base decisions.

New OASIS Sponsors include ABB, ActewAGL, Chargestorm, Ensto Chago, Gridscape, Tanium

ABB drives efficiency, safety and productivity in utilities, industry, transport and infrastructure globally. 
ActewAGL is Australia's reliable electricity network.
Chargestorm is a Swedish cleantech company that provides an EV charging solution.
Ensto Chago develops, manufactures and sells electric vehicle charging equipment and services in over 20 countries.
Gridscape Solutions is a software and service company that specializes in designing and developing a broad range of smart energy solutions.
Tanium provides the power to secure, control and manage millions of endpoints across the enterprise within seconds.
"OCPP represents a key step in future-proofing EV charging stations."

John Gartner, Research Director, Navigant
RSA Conference 2017
See OASIS Interop Demos and
Product Showcases for
KMIP & PKCS #11 
Public Reviews
TOSCA Simple Profile YAML 1.1
Submit comments by 16 Nov

Biometric Services (BIOSERV)
Submit comments by 18 Nov

XML Localisation Interchange File Format (XLIFF) 2.1
Submit comments by 25 Nov

Classification of Everyday Living (COEL)
Submit comments by 9 Dec

KMIP 1.3 and KMIP Profiles 1.3
Submit comments by 12 Dec

UBL Business Document Naming and Design Rules 1.0
Submit comments by 18 Dec
CEF eDelivery Infrastructure Day
Pim van der Eijk, OASIS Senior Advisor on Standards, will present on AS4 at the European Commission, 29 Nov, in Brussels.
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