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Request for Comments: OpenChain Specification 2.0 in Japanese

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Shoken Kim from OptiNet has begun translation work for the OpenChain Specification 2.0 in Japanese. This translation is nearly complete and simply requires review to ensure accuracy. If you can lend a hand that would be great. If we finish before April 28th it can be formally released alongside the English version of OpenChain Specification 2.0.

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OpenChain Announces Partner in India

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Mishi Choudhary

The OpenChain Project is delighted to announce our first law firm partner in India. From today you will be able to obtain legal advice about OpenChain Conformance and other OpenChain matters from Mishi Choudhary & Associates LLP. We look forward to building a long-term relationship with Mishi Choudhary and her team.

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OpenChain Announces Partner in Italy

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Marco Ciurcina

The OpenChain Project is delighted to announce our first law firm partner in Italy. From today you will be able to obtain legal advice about OpenChain Conformance and other OpenChain matters from Studio Legale. We look forward to building a long-term relationship with Marco Ciurcina and his team.

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OpenChain @ Grey Matter ISV Partner Day 2019

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Martin Callinan from Source Code Control represented the OpenChain Project at the recent Grey Matter ISV Partner Day 2019 in the UK. He was joined on stage by Ed Thompson from Microsoft to discuss ‘OpenChain: Why is Microsoft a Platinum Sponsor?’

As always, we appreciate the dedication of our members, our partners and our community in spreading the word about why open source compliance in the supply chain is so important and how OpenChain accomplishes this for companies of all sizes.

OpenChain @ Legal Network LLW during April 2019

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There is a yearly event in Barcelona, Spain for legal experts to get together and discuss open source. This year the OpenChain Project was represented by multiple parties, with one of the most interesting panels being focused on Open Source, OpenChain and the Automotive Industry. Participants kindly agreed to share their slides. You can see the decks from Toyota, Scania, Bosch and University of Skovde below.

OpenChain @ IP Conference in Russia – 11-12 April 2019

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Denis Dorotenko from Yandex

Denis Dorotenko at Yandex will be delivering a speech at the 3rd International Conference «PROTECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS» in St Petersburg. This speech will be the first time the OpenChain Project is highlighted in Russia. We look forward to building new relationships and collaboration in this tremendous, vibrant technology market.

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OpenChain + TODO @ Legal Workshop in Barcelona

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‘OpenChain + TODO @ Legal Workshop in Barcelona’ is an OpenChain Project workshop hosted by Shane Coughlan at the FSFE Legal and Licensing Workshop in Barcelona on the morning of 11th April 2019. It will cover how open source program offices can address supply chain challenges.

OpenChain and Automotive @ Legal Workshop in Barcelona

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‘Automotive Processes and Open Source’ is an OpenChain Project workshop hosted by Endo San of Toyota at the FSFE Legal and Licensing Workshop in Barcelona on the 10th of April 2019. It brings together a diverse group of representatives from automotive companies such as Scania and Bosch to discuss common challenges.

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OpenChain @ Scania

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Shane Coughlan represented the OpenChain Project in a meeting held at Scania in Sweden on the 9th of April. This meeting included various parties engaging with open source throughout the VW Group and provided an informal forum for digging into the latest developments in automotive open source compliance.

Our work with Scania has provided a useful two-way flow of information throughout the last twelve months. One highlight was Scania’s announcement of OpenChain Conformance late last year, We look forward to building on our relationship with Scania and with the broader VW Group.