Specification Development: PUBLIC REVIEW!
At the October meeting the TC approved new CSDs and release for public review of all three in-development specifications.Â This is a significant milestone. The specification editors and co-chairs will work with the OASIS TC Admin staff to help make the process go smoothly.Â
TC Public Sites "Face Lift"
The TC co-chairs are seeking the assistance of all TC members to give our public presence a face lift prior to the upcoming submission of CSDPR candidates to OASIS. Any assistance is welcome, including review & comment on our TC page at OASIS, suggestions for improving the organization of the Google Drive, etc. Public code repo maintainers are requested to work on updating their code to align with the current version of the Language Specification.
Face-to-Face (F2F) Meetings
- January 10-11, 2019 in Phoenix, AZ; hosted by NAESB / Systrends
- The January 2019 F2F meeting will be held at the Embassy Suites Hotel (4400 S Rural Rd, Tempe, AZ 85282)
- Systrends has arranged a block of rooms in the hotel for this meeting at a discounted rate. OpenC2 TC members planning to attend can book a room by following this link:Âhttp://embassysuites.hilton.com/en/es/groups/personalized/P/PHXTPES-SST-20190109/index.jhtml; the special rate is available until December 11th.
- The TC Co-chairs are seeking volunteers to organize the agenda for the January F2F.
Coming This Week:ÂÂ
There are no meeting scheduled for this week.
Lucid Meeting Invitations:Â SC and TC members should receive email notifications for their respective meetings directly from Lucid Meetings. If you are not receiving invitations via Lucid Emails, please notify Joe Brule or David Lemire ASAP and we will ensure that you are added. If you wish to routinely receive invitations to specific SC meetings, please join the SCs of interest in OASIS Kavi to ensure you receive future Lucid Meeting invites.
If you haven't joined the discussion on the OpenC2 Slack community and would like to, let us know and we will get you started.
Sent by David Lemire, TC Secretary, on behalf of
Â Â Joe Brule & Sounil Yu, OpenC2 TC Co-Chairs