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Subject: Re: [ocpp] Regarding the current advisory ballot

Hi James,

I have a sight difficulty voting for Yes or No because 
a) I definitely want the standardization of that backend protocol to move forward as quickly as possible (thus a tenendy to vote for Yes)
b) I hate the idea that a company is claiming patent rights on some of the specification of that newly created standard (thus a tendency to vote No)

So a) is more important to me than b), which is why I voted for Yes, but what is the alternative if we close the TC under Non-Assertion mode and no RAND mode TC is being reopened? Has that been discussed? I don’t really remember from our last OASIS OCPP TC call last week.


Dr.-Ing. Marc Mültin
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Am 21.12.2016 um 02:52 schrieb James Bryce Clark <jamie.clark@oasis-open.org>:

Dear members of the TC:

Each OCPP Technical Committee member should have received a notice from our system on Friday, noting that an advisory ballot about the future of this TC has been opened.  It will remain open until Friday at the time noted in the ballot notice. 

As we discussed at the last TC meeting, this is a non-binding advisory ballot composed and run by OASIS staff, to seek input from all TC members, and is not an action by the committee itself.  No-one has made a commitment to launch a new project or modify the current one. 

If you have any questions about the ballot operation -- or should have received a voting notice but have not -- please contact my colleague Chet Ensign.  If you have any further questions about the effect or our reasons for the ballot, you're welcome to contact Chet or me.   

Because this question is related to threatened litigation, we encourage you to confer with your own expert advisors in any communications;  and please note that the OASIS Antitrust Guidelines (https://www.oasis-open.org/policies-guidelines/antitrust) apply to our and your activities in the TC.

Further details are visible from the links noted in the ballot info, and also the IPR disclosures for this technical committee, posted at:  https://www.oasis-open.org/committees/ocpp/ipr.php

Regards, JBC

James Bryce Clark, General Counsel
OASIS: Advancing open standards for the information society 

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