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Thursday, August 30 • 10:25am - 11:10am
Panel: SPDX Celebrates Its First Birthday: Where have we been and where are we going? - Scott Lamons, HP; Jack Manbeck, Texas Instruments; Jilayne Lovejoy, OpenLogic; Matt Germonprez, University of Nebraska; Kate Stewart

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The SPDX workgroup, operating under the Linux Foundation, has created the Software Package Data Exchange (SPDX), a specification that defines a standard format for communicating the components, copyrights, licenses, and other important facts about a software package. Adoption of SPDX will enable license compliance with minimal cost across the software supply chain and help facilitate further adoption of open source software. SPDX 1.0 was launched a year ago. This panel will include representatives of the SPDX business, technical, and legal working groups and provide an update on the current status of SPDX including the recent release of version 1.1, the current state of adoption, and a view of what's coming in the next release.

This presentation is targeted at all members of the software supply chain from original developers to end users and we welcome your input.

Speakers

Jack Manbeck, Texas Instruments

Senior Architect, Texas Instruments
Jack Manbeck is a senior architect in Texas Instruments Multiprocessor | Business Unit and a member and founder of Texas Instruments Open | Source Review Board. He is directly responsible for setting company | policy and procedures with respect to Open Source, provides training | for and assistance to business units within the company that want to | understand, work with, license and/or use open source software, has | performed hundreds of compliance reviews for products and works with | the...
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Jilayne Lovejoy, OpenLogic

Jilayne Lovejoy is corporate counsel at OpenLogic, a provider of open source software support, provisioning, and compliance solutions to enterprises. Jilayne participates in open source industry groups as co-chair of the SPDX™ legal work group; chair of the special interest group on app stores for the European Legal Network; and as a member of the editorial committee for the International Free and Open Source Law Review. Jilayne also speaks and writes on open source licenses and...
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Matt Germonprez, University of Nebraska

Matt Germonprez is currently a faculty member at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, College of Information Science and Technology. Prior to joining UNO, he was a faculty member at UW-Eau Claire and Case Western Reserve University and a Ph.D. student at the University of Colorado-Boulder. His research focuses on why and how organizations participate in open communities and what we should be teaching our university students on these issues. His work has been...
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Scott Lamons, HP Open Source Program Office

Scott Lamons works in HP's Open Source Program Office and is responsible for the companies' open source policy, review process, and compliance. He has been a member of HP's Open Source Review Board since 2005. Over this time he has reviewed over 3000 open source proposals and has been involved in delivering company-wide training and consulting on a variety of open source activities. He also works closely with HP's partners in the community and co-chairs the SPDX business working group.

Kate Stewart

Canonical
Kate Stewart works as the Ubuntu Release Manager at Canonical.  Prior to that, she spent way too much time reviewing package metadata while working at Freescale Semiconductor, Inc in her role as Open Source Development Manager.  After attend LinuxCon in 2009, and finding others interested in getting together to to solve the package metadata review problem, the project that would become SPDX was started.  Kate is chair on the SPDX technical working...
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Thursday August 30, 2012 10:25am - 11:10am
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