[Ofa_boardplus] Review comments on IPR Policy
dledford at redhat.com
Mon Jun 21 09:33:02 PDT 2021
Please pass on that the edits look fine to me. As to the question,
the answer is "Yes, the blanket policy is to deny logo use for
demonstrating compliance to a spec. This is because we anticipate
that if we are to ever do a logo program, it will by nature include
some sort of test to ensure that the product is compliant, and on
passing the test the organization will be given a legal exception to
this blanket policy to use the logo only for that item tested."
On Mon, Jun 21, 2021 at 11:43 AM Cayton, Phil <phil.cayton at intel.com> wrote:
> OFA General Policies, Membership Policy, and Bylaws documents: Intel does not suggest any changes to these documents.
> IPR Policy (reviewing the version as modified by Redhat): Intel has a very few proposed changes (and one comment/query) to the OFA IPR Policy document. These proposed changes are in the attached document.
> Phil Cayton.
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> Red Hat/IBM has no comment on the other documents, they appear fine.
> The IPR Policy had a few items that needed addressed. The attached document has the suggested changes already written in with change tracking turned on so you can see the old and the new.
> Doug Ledford <dledford at redhat.com>
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