Verifiable Traceability Task Force
Transcript for 2023-04-25
Our Robot Overlords are scribing.
Benjamin Collins is scribing.
Steve: Hello, this is my first time on the call, we've been using W3c standards, and this is my first time on the call ✪
<orie> This is a community group call, not a formal working group :)
Mahmoud; I don't see how this would apply to oil. So i really don't see how I could be using this. A lot of these values are hardness or tensile tests. These seem to apply more to steel than to oil. And I personally don't see any use cases where we would use it. If someone wants to invest the time into it, then i'm willing to leave it open. ✪
<orie> Sry I will need to drop
<nis> Gotta drop
Steve: We've starting a phase 2 of a traceability, and we're talking about using the UN Vocabulary and wanted to ask. And collect thoughts about where the vocabulary lives. And if a UN picks it up, are there any governance issues? ✪
Steven: Taking this and contributing this to the UN, what would happen if we were to re-use these at the UN? ✪
Steve: No we don't need to re-publish them, but our constituents care about the governance. ✪
Steve: From an observer, there's good work here. From nation states, we like to have definitive. ✪
Steve: I agree, we like open standards, where IPR is owned by the UN but made available with no limitations. I'm coming at it from who is the policy maker for which rules you can use. ✪
Steve: You could easily have a much better quality vocab than the UN, it's a matter of who is endorsing it. ✪