OpenChain Announces Japanese Case Studies

By May 31, 2018November 23rd, 2020News

The OpenChain Project is delighted to announce that our Japan Work Group has produced a series of case-studies in English and Japanese from named and anonymous members of the local group. These case studies follow a shared format and outline key challenges and useful approaches.

“It is impossible to overstate the value of the case studies provided by the OpenChain Japan Work Group,” says Shane Coughlan, OpenChain Project Director. “This material provides the local and international market with some tangible insights into how key stakeholders in the field manage open source compliance.”

You can download the first case study featuring Panasonic here:

These case studies will be released twice a week in the lead-up to the Open Source Summit Japan event (June 20-22 in Tokyo). You can be part of this process and part of the larger Japan Work Group activities through participating in our forthcoming ad-hoc meeting on the 8th of June and the next formal meeting at the Toyota Midland Square facility in Nagoya on the 13th of June.

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.

You can obtain the template used by the Japan Work Group here:

Get this guide and many more documents in the OpenChain Reference Library: https://github.com/OpenChain-Project/Reference-Material