Participants: Giorgio Dimino, Richard Cartwirght, Jean-Pierre Evain, Brad Gilmer, Frank Schaffa, john Footen
Apologies: Paul gardiner
Some comments have been made by Giorgio but his concerns seem to be covered. The declaration should cover the rights of the proposal and also the implied rights covered by the technology.
AMWA: Participation letter needs to be signed by all, including non-AMWA and non-EBUmembers, even if only participating e.g. in webex. This must be part of the RFT. Any participant who has not signed in will be excluded from the process (reflector, wiki login denied, removal from the participation list on the wiki). This will mean that the process remains open but only to those who agree on the licensing terms. This also raises questions on what is public for review and what is not.
Policy on documents:
- what is on the wiki today and the RFT are public
- submission will be reserved to those who signed the participation agreement (and not public as present -> text is being updated accordingly) -> see new sectionon 'visibility of submissions'. The case of parts of submissions has also been revisited
- review the terms of the participation agreement when available
- write the EBU-AMWA agreement on respective roles and procedures (IPR policy management, specification approval processes, etc.)
Some contradictions need to be solved in 'overview'
More space is needed to allow respondent to go beyond the Yes/No answer to requirements
The use cases will be clustered in two groups:
- use cases directly relevant to the RFT
- other informative use cases
Respondent would be invited to test their technology against core basic use cases, which will be the only ones taken into account for comparing solutions/technologies. Information on the usability of the technology to a wider range of use cases is welcomed for information but not required.
Date of next webex
25 March 2010 same time as today 17:00 CET