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Subject: Public comment list now activated for OASIS OpenC2 TC

OpenC2 TC Members and Observers,

Congratulations on the launch of a very promising technical initiative hosted in the OpenC2 TC.  Many thanks to Joe Brule and others in the OpenC2 Forum who have worked to engineer the transition, with formal expansion of scope for the OpenC2 community.

The TC's mailing list for comments has now been activated, and anyone may subscribe.  The OpenC2 TC's comment list is one facility designed to support feedback from TC Observers, from OASIS non-TC members, and from the general public.

Public feedback to the OpenC2 TC on specific topics may also be submitted using GitHub repository comments/conversations -- viz., comments on issues, pull requests (etc) when the TC's GitHub repositories [1] have been created.

TC Comment List: instructions for subscription and use


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Committee: http://www.oasis-open.org/committees/openc2/


- Robin Cover

[1] OASIS GitHub Repositories for TC Work

Persons who are not TC members are invited to open GitHub repository issues and provide comments using a repository's GitHub Issues tracking facility or by using the TC's comment list. All such content created in GitHub Issues and/or posted to the TC's archived comment list is governed by the terms of the OASIS Feedback License.

[2] Nearby: OASIS Open Repositories

OpenC2 TC members may also wish to create public GitHub repositories for development of assets licensed under open source licensing (Apache, BSD-3, Eclipse, CC-BY).  These Open Repositories are open to all participants (not just to OASIS members or TC Members), without fee or membership requirements. See:


Robin Cover
OASIS, Director of Information Services

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