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OpenChain Announces Second Workshop in Taipei – 9th August

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The OpenChain Project will host an open source compliance workshop in Taipei on the 9th of August in collaboration with Moxa Systems. This free workshop is targeted towards a general audience and is open to everyone.

Schedule

13:30 ~ 13:40
Opening TBD

13:40 ~ 14:10
Introduction to OpenChain
Mr. Shane Coughlan

14:10 ~ 14:30
OpenChain Experience at Panasonic
Mr. Shinsuke Kato

14:30 ~ 14:50
Q&A

14:50 ~ 15:00
Break

15:00 ~ 15:20
OpenChain Experience at Sony
Mr. Hiroyuki Fukuchi

15:20 ~ 15:40
OSS License Compliance for Software Developers
Mr. Satoru Ueda

15:40 ~ 16:00
Q&A

Venue

Room A401
Fl. 4, No. 135, Lane 235, Baoqiao Rd. Xindian Dist., New Taipei City, 23145 Taiwan, R.O.C
台灣新北市新店區寶橋路235巷135號4樓
Tel: +886-2-8919-1230 ext. 1945

Registration

Please send an email to coughlan [at] linux.com

OpenChain Announces Workshop @ OCF – 10th August

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The OpenChain Project is delighted to announce that we will be hosting a compliance workshop in partnership with Open Culture Foundation (OCF) in Taipei, Taiwan. This event is in partnership with the Discussion Meeting of FOSS Licensing Issues (DMFLI) and builds on three OpenChain workshops held in Taipei earlier this year. As always our goal is to build bridges, share knowledge, and lay the foundation for increased trust in software supply chains.

Schedule

Time Topic
13:30-14:00 Check-In
14:00-14:30 Understand and perform the FOSS compliance in a community-driven way / 採社群思維模式做好開源合規
Lucien C.H. Lin 林誠夏
14:30-15:00 From OpenChain to FOSSology – Compliance in 2018
Shane Coughlan
15:00-15:15 Break
15:15-15:45 How to deal with “stone-head boss
Satoru Ueda
15:45-16:15 Introduction of OpenChain Japan WG
Hiroyuki Fukuchi, Shinsuke Kato
16:15-16:30 Break
16:30-17:30 Panel: Different perspectives around compliance
Host: Shane Coughlan
Panelist: Hiroyuki Fukuchi, Shinsuke Kato, Lucien C.H. Lin 林誠夏, Satoru Ueda

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OpenChain Announces Japanese Website

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The OpenChain Project is delighted to announce that our Japanese website will launch in July. This website and accompanying free, online conformance questionnaire, will allow Japanese companies of all sizes to quickly get compliance reference material, confirm the status of their internal programs, and encourage their suppliers to follow the key requirements of a quality open source compliance program.

OpenChain Project Announces Hitachi Solutions Case Study

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The OpenChain Project is proud to announce the release of an open source compliance case study from Fujitsu. This case study joins our growing body of examples and knowledge-sharing from companies around the world.

This material is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 license. Normally contributions are released under CC-0 around the OpenChain Project. However, given that case studies are reports rather than contributions of processes, policies or reference material, and given requests from companies to ensure their stance is reflected accurately, we have decided to license the reports in a no derivative format.

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OpenChain Project Announces Fujitsu Case Study

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The OpenChain Project is proud to announce the release of an open source compliance case study from Fujitsu. This case study joins our growing body of examples and knowledge-sharing from companies around the world.

This material is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 license. Normally contributions are released under CC-0 around the OpenChain Project. However, given that case studies are reports rather than contributions of processes, policies or reference material, and given requests from companies to ensure their stance is reflected accurately, we have decided to license the reports in a no derivative format.

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OpenChain Project Announces Toyota Case Study

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The OpenChain Project is proud to announce the release of an open source compliance case study from Toyota. This case study joins our growing body of examples and knowledge-sharing from companies around the world.

This material is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 license. Normally contributions are released under CC-0 around the OpenChain Project. However, given that case studies are reports rather than contributions of processes, policies or reference material, and given requests from companies to ensure their stance is reflected accurately, we have decided to license the reports in a no derivative format.

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OpenChain Announces Japanese Checklists

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The OpenChain Project is delighted to announce the immediate availability of Japanese checklists to assist with open source compliance and OpenChain conformance. These checklists are part of the project’s curriculum material and provide a great starting point for addressing key requirements of quality open source compliance programs. As with all reference material produced by the OpenChain Project these checklists are available under CC-0 (effectively public domain) licensing terms.

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OpenChain Project Announces Japanese Onboarding Material

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The OpenChain Project is delighted to announce the immediate availability of onboarding material in Japanese. These documents are intended to help companies quickly understand the purpose and value of OpenChain, and to provide a clear way to participate through our extremely active Japan Work Group. The Work Group, formed last December, holds meetings bi-monthly. The last meeting had over 40 representatives from 26 companies gathering to share information about their experiences and best practices.

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OpenChain @ Toyota’s Keynote in Open Source Summit Japan

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The OpenChain Project took center stage during Toyota’s keynote at Open Source Summit Japan. Masato Endo explained how our community makes open source compliance more accessible, effective and cost efficient. He highlighted the significant progress made in building a vibrant Japanese Work Group and discussed how bridges are being made towards global participants in the open source ecosystem.