[microprofile-wg] MPWG_SCR Approval of April 27th Steering Committee Meeting Minutes. Request vote by May 6th
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Meeting Minute Updates
- Link to twitter picture added.
- Link to presentation added.
- I added bulleted discussion points. I did the best I could with what I recalled since we were petty busy discussing and not taking live notes.
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MicroProfile Steering Committee Meeting - April 27th, 2021
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(Quorum = 6)
Atlanta JUG - Summers Pittman, Vincent Mayers
Fujitsu - Kenji Kazamura
IBM - Kevin Sutter, Emily Jiang
Jelastic - Ruslan Synytsky, Tetiana Fydorenchyk
Garden State JUG - Chandra Guntur, Michael Redlich
Oracle - Ed Bratt, Dmitry Kornilov
Payara - Rudy De Busscher
Red Hat - John Clingan, Roberto Cortez
Tomitribe - David Blevins, Amelia Eiras
Committer Member: Edwin Derks
Past meeting minutes approval
Business since last Steering Committee Meeting
MicroProfile Patent Options Discussion
Limited to 30 minutes since sharing time on the Live Hangout
Compatible Implementation Policy - protects against fragmentation and patents become a legal enforcement approach to compatibility. The Spark Plug community discussed this being a barrier to adoption.
Patent license - implementations that do not have to 100% pass the TCK. This approach favors adoption over compliance. Whether or not an implementation is compatible becomes a legal question.
Only one patent license policy applies per spec project. MicroProfile specifications are managed under a single project. Theoretically, if MicroProfile split specs into separate projects, each project could choose its patent policy with approval by the Steering Committee.
Is there a 3rd option - Collective Defense? Currently not an option.
Paul noted that Jakarta EE working group chose the compatible implementation license and that the Spark Plug working group is in discussion on IP patent policy.
Paul recommended a straw poll vote to understand where we stand as a working group. We agreed to give it two weeks. This would be followed up by a formal vote on one of the two (draft) resolutions outlined in the presentation.
We agreed that Steering Committee members must be notified of non-recorded meetings ahead of time.
Next Steering Committee call
Compatibility Certification Request Format
MicroProfile Steering Committee Meeting - April 27th 2021.pdf
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