Request a TC GitHub version control instance be created

Use this form to request that TC Administration create a GitHub version control instance for your TC, to support chartered activities of the Technical Committee.

Note that substantive contributions to this public GitHub repository are expected to be made by TC Members only. However, public feedback to the TC via the GitHub repo is welcome. Any feedback provided by non-TC members is governed by the terms of the OASIS Feedback License

However: if the TC wants to create a GitHub repository for development of assets licensed under an open source license (BSD-3-Clause, Apache License v 2.0, Eclipse Public License v 1.0, CC-BY 2.0, CC-BY 4.0), please use the ticket for requesting an OASIS TC Open Repository.

For information on OASIS TCs' use of GitHub as a version control resource, see GitHub Repositories for OASIS TC Members' Chartered Work.

Contact OASIS Administration with any questions or comments.

Enter the TC email address. A copy of this request will be sent to the TC.
The GitHub repository name must begin with TC's short name in lower case (e.g., 'tosca' in An additional name element or elements (optionally) may appended with a HYPHEN(s) to identify a distinct project topic like 'yaml-profile' (e.g., The optional additional name element must also use lower case orthography, and may use HYPHEN to mark juncture.
Identify one or more TC members willing and qualified to serve as initial Maintainer(s) for the GitHub repository. Supply: Maintainer's personal name, Maintainer' GitHub individual user account name matching the personal name, and Maintainer's email address. See the description of Maintainer responsibilities for details.
The Description is a succinct identification of the project goals and subject matter, expressed in fewer than 300 characters. This description will be displayed prominently on the GitHub repository main page.
If the TC wishes, a purpose statement may be provided for the GitHub repository. Use multiple sentences or paragraphs as needed. The statement of purpose should describe key goals, objectives, tangible deliverables, and range of topics envisioned for the GitHub repository.
Provide any other information here.