OpenChain is on GitHub
SAN FRANCISCO, UNITED STATES– (Apr 17th 2017) –The OpenChain Project today announces a formal presence on GitHub at https://github.com/OpenChain-Project
“OpenChain comes from and supports the Open Source community,” says Shane Coughlan, OpenChain Program Manager. “Our new presence on GitHub provides an easy way for everyone to use, study, share and improve our code and to help with our document translations. It is another step towards making the knowledge and the tools necessary for increased trust and compliance in the global supply chain a reality.”
About The OpenChain Project
The OpenChain Project is a community effort to establish best practices for effective management of open source software compliance. The project aims to help reduce costs, duplication of effort, and ease friction points in the software supply. The OpenChain Project has three Work Teams that collaborate on future refinements of the OpenChain Specification, to develop training materials and create conformance criteria for organizations.
Platinum Members of the OpenChain Project include Adobe, ARM Holdings, Cisco, GitHub, Harman International, HPE, Qualcomm, Siemens and Wind River.
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