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Subject: Re: [openc2] Groups - Resolution to create openc2-lycan-beam, an open source repository for erlang/elixir uploaded

Duncan: the language we used in August establishing the initial set of open source repos was a little more structured (which I don't care so much about) and identified an individual as the "initial maintainer" (which I think we can't neglect).  Are you putting yourself forward as the initial maintainer of the proposed lycan-beam repo?

If you want to find that initial language, here's a link to the email in the TC archive:  https://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/openc2/email/archives/201708/msg00013.html


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On Thu, Mar 8, 2018 at 11:20 AM, Robin Cover <robin@oasis-open.org> wrote:
Duncan (and TC)

I have forwarded a copy of the repo proposal to Staff to see if we can expand the list of open source licenses supporting OASIS TC Open Repositoriees

The MIT licence is a great (permissive) license -- in my view -- and is a clear favorite for many open source projects hosted as GitHub public repositories


In 2015 (update?) MIT was the top choice

In any case: OASIS has a standing agreement to " periodically review other widely-used free and open source licenses for inclusion in the list [of supported licenses
for TC Open Repositories

The TC creating a TC Open Repository will select its Applicable License from among the following list: BSD-3-Clause License (which shall apply if the TC makes no license selection in its approval action); Apache License v 2.0; CC-BY 2.0; CC-BY 4.0; Eclipse Public License v 1.0. (OASIS periodically will review other widely-used free and open source licenses for inclusion in this list by amending these procedures.)

Current licenses:

I'll let you know.

- Robin

On Thu, Mar 8, 2018 at 9:38 AM, Duncan Sparrell <duncan@sfractal.com> wrote:
Submitter's message
I propose an open source repo be established for the erlang/elixir languages similar to the recently passed repo's for java and python. If no one objects, I would propose this repo be established by passing the attached motion at the next TC meeting (ie we would not need an e-ballot).
-- Mr. Duncan Sparrell
Document Name: Resolution to create openc2-lycan-beam, an open source repository for erlang/elixir

The openc2-lycan-beam repository contains a collection of applications and
libraries, coded in languages that run on the BEAM virtual machine (eg
erlang, elixir), for the purposes of implementing OpenC2.
Download Latest Revision
Public Download Link

Submitter: Mr. Duncan Sparrell
Group: OASIS Open Command and Control (OpenC2) TC
Folder: Documents
Date submitted: 2018-03-08 07:38:36

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