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Great Open Source Compliance For Everyone - Version 11

These are the introduction slides for the OpenChain Project containing extensive speaker notes. They are intended both to provide context for the OpenChain industry standard and to enable anyone to help share the purpose, value and outcomes of the project and community.

Great Open Source Compliance For Everyone - Version 11

These are the introduction slides for the OpenChain Project containing extensive speaker notes. They are intended both to provide context for the OpenChain industry standard and to enable anyone to help share the purpose, value and outcomes of the project and community.

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Great Open Source Compliance For Everyone - Version 11

  1. 1. Great Open Source Compliance For Everyone https://www.openchainproject.org
  2. 2. Compliance – A gateway to access
  3. 3. How do I trust my open source supply chain?
  4. 4. The OpenChain Project defines the key requirements for a quality compliance program.
  5. 5. OpenChain is a simple, effective standard for organizations of all sizes in all markets.
  6. 6. outbound upstream downstream inbound Training Policy Process OpenChain Defines Inflection Points
  7. 7. Companies have the flexibility to decide the content of each specific process, policies and training.
  8. 8. Our Online Self-Certification Questionnaire
  9. 9. If a company can answer “Yes” to each question they are OpenChain Conformant.
  10. 10. 11
  11. 11. The OpenChain Project provides comprehensive and free reference material to help with conformance.
  12. 12. Audited Certification is an Option
  13. 13. Partner Program – Participants 15
  14. 14. Partner Program – Geographic Coverage 16
  15. 15. OpenChain is run by user companies for user companies.
  16. 16. Overview of Project Status 18
  17. 17. Overview of Project Status – Updated Website 19
  18. 18. Work Teams supporting OpenChain: 1. Specification - Chaired by Mark Gisi (Wind River) 2. Conformance - Chaired by Miriam Ballhausen (SCA) 3. Curriculum - Chaired by Alexios Zavras (Intel) 4. Onboarding - Chaired by Nathan Kumagai (Qualcomm)
  19. 19. OpenChain in Japan
  20. 20. OpenChain in Japan
  21. 21. OpenChain in Japan
  22. 22. OpenChain in ISO The OpenChain Project is preparing to submit the current OpenChain Specification 2.0 to the ISO Fast Track process via the Publicly Available Specification (PAS) approach in Joint Technical Committee 1 (JTC-1). This process is being managed by our staff in collaboration with Platinum Member companies like Microsoft.
  23. 23. OpenChain in ISO We expect the OpenChain Specification 2.0 (reformatted slightly for ISO) to become a formal standard in the 1st half of 2020. As a side note, TUV Sud have committed to collaboration to align their OpenChain-based standard (TPS PPP 15001A) with the OpenChain ISO standard to ensure a single approach for the market.
  24. 24. OpenChain in Automotive The Automotive Work Group has started in July with these goals: 1. Share information to support best practices in the industry 2. Build a future industry standard for Open Source Software Supply Chain Management (OSS SCM) 3. Raise awareness about the importance of open source compliance in the industry
  25. 25. OpenChain in Automotive Our expected outcome is that the OpenChain Standard, in the form of a formal ISO standard, will resolve automotive open source compliance concerns as effectively as other industries. However, OSS SCM may need a complementary standard to cover other topics.
  26. 26. Overview of Project Status – Tooling Work Group • Siemens, Bosch, Toshiba, Fujitsu, Hitachi and more: 28https://github.com/Open-Source-Compliance/Sharing-creates-value
  27. 27. OpenChain in the Wild 29 Mingyu Wang @ Fujitsu China Zephyr Talk
  28. 28. OpenChain: raising all the boats for the benefit of all.
  29. 29. Be part of this Join the community: https://www.openchainproject.org/community Self-certify or Health Check an organization: https://certification.openchainproject.org
  30. 30. coughlan@linux.com

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