ITEM ONE:Â Contribute to PR01 Issue Resolution.
TC's #1 priority right now is resolving PR01 issues to create the PR02
versions of the three specifications. Our goal is to approve new CSD/PR
versions of the specifications following the 20 February meeting and
hopefully initiate PR02 before or concurrent with the upcoming RSA
Please remember: the specification editors are using GitHub to manage PR01 issue resolution.Â
All three specifications have Comment Resolution Matrices (CRMs) that
link to GitHub issue and pull-requests that capture the proposed
resolutions to the comments we received. The editors greatly desire TC
member input on the resolutions, which can be as simple as "+1" to a
specific pull request (if you're not a GitHub member, sign-up is easy;
if you don't want to sign up, use the SC mail lists or Slack to provide
your feedback on any issue or PR). If you'd like to do more, creating
pull requests for specific issues is a real help, too: every PR created
by a non-editor TC member makes the editor's job a bit easier. Here are
links to the issue lists; the pull requests with line-in / line-out
changes are readily accessible from these pages:
ITEM TWO:ÂÂNominees for Co-Chair Positions.
will be having elections at the March TC meeting for a co-chair for the
TC and each of the three SCs. It's time for nominations, please
consider serving or approaching a colleague to serve as a co-chair for
the TC or one of the subcommittees. Please remember that there is no
obligation for a co-chair to be a document editor or vice-versa; that
our co-chairs are also currently editors is a coincidence.
ITEM THREE: Next Face-to-Face.
next TC F2F meeting will be held April 30 -Â May 1 in Washington,
hosted by AT&T. This schedules the meeting adjacent to the next IACD
Integrated Cyber event, planned for May 2-3 at JHU APL. The TC
co-chairs are seeking someone to organize the meeting agenda. Please
contact Joe Brule or Sounil Yu if you're interested in taking a lead on
ITEM FOUR: Meetings For This Week.
Meetings this week are aÂ90-minuteÂLanguage SC meeting and a regular duration AP-SC meeting. Focus for both continues to be PR01 issue resolution:
Language SC will be meeting weekly at the usual time but for 90-minute
sessions throughout February to allow more time for issue resolution.Â
In the interest of speeding up issue resolution, the SC co-chairs may
need to extend their usual 1-hour meeting lengths or scheduleÂad hocÂmeetings. Please watch the SC mail lists and slack channels for meeting announcements.
Sent by David Lemire, TC Secretary, on behalf of
Â Â Joe Brule & Sounil Yu, OpenC2 TC Co-Chairs