Acting chair: Omar
Chat transcript from room: csaf From 2016-11-16 19:03 UTC until 19:42 UTC
Omar Santos called the meeting to order @ 1:03 EST (18:03 UTC).
Lou Ronnau did take notes and Stefan Hagen added participation info and uploaded to kavi/meetings.
Agenda approved unchanged as published.
A roll call was taken,and also recorded on the OASIS meeting calendar
Adam Montville (Center for Internet Security (CIS)) Allan Thomson (LookingGlass) Art MANION (Carnegie Mellon University) Aukjan van Belkum (EclecticIQ) Bernd Grobauer (Siemens AG) Beth Pumo (Kaiser Permanente) Chet Ensign (OASIS) Chok Poh (Oracle) Duncan Sparrell (sFractal Consulting LLC) Feng Cao (Oracle) Greg Scott (Cryptsoft Pty Ltd.) Jamison Day (LookingGlass) Jason Masters (TELUS) Jessica Fitzgerald-McKay (National Security Agency) Karen Scarfone (Individual) Lawrence Lamers (VMware, Inc.) Lothar Braun (Siemans AG) Louis Ronnau (Cisco Systems) Mark Clancy (Soltra) Mark-David McLaughlin (Cisco Systems) Nicole Gong (Mitre Corporation) Omar Santos (Cisco Systems) Paul Patrick (FireEye, Inc.) Rich Reybok (ServiceNow) Richard Struse (DHS Office of Cybersecurity and Communicat...) Ritwik Ghoshal (Oracle) Robert Coderre (VeriSign Rupert Wimmer (Siemans AG) Sanjiv Kalkar (Individual) Sarah Kelley (Center for Internet Security (CIS)) Stefan Hagen (Individual) Tony Cox (Cryptsoft Pty Ltd.) Vincent Danen (Red Hat)
After Richard Struse withdrew his name from consideration, Omar Santos was elected TC chair without objection.
Note: From here on Omar Santos was acting chair.
Chet Ensign presented an overview of how to work with OASIS and the OASIS document production lifecycle and how to make contributions to the technical committee. Roberts rules of order will be followed in the CSAF TC.
Omar provided a brief review of the committee charter and spoke about the ICASI press release announcing the movement of the CVRF work to the CSAF TC
Duncan Sparrell asked about changes to the charter if required, there is a process for modifying the charter.
Stefan Hagen was nominated for committee secretary and elected without objection.
Omar mentioned the Doodle created for choosing the best time for a standing monthly TC meeting, this Doodle will be closed in two weeks.
Update after the meeting: Mail with subject "Monthly CSAF TC Meetings" has been sent to the list.
Omar suggested that the previous work from the CVRF 1.1 spec be moved into a Github repository, there were also no objections and Richard Struse also voiced his recommendation to use Github.
Chet will follow-up with the chair on the repository creation.
The chair opened the floor for questions, there were none.
The meeting was adjourned at 1:42 EST (18:42 UTC).