[cabfpub] [Ticket#2017062201001762] Call for volunteers to serve on Network Security =?UTF-8?Q?Working=09?=Group
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Thu Jun 22 15:58:31 UTC 2017
I would like to join the Network Security Working Group.
22/06/2017 14:09 - Kirk Hall via Public wrote: Ballot 203 has passed so I am
issuing a call for volunteers to serve on the new Network Security Working
Please send me the names of people in your company who are willing to serve on
this WG in the next ten days – by June 30.
It will be most useful if the volunteers have the technical ability to work on
these network security issues.
We will find a time for the new WG to convene by teleconference call, and the
WG will elect its Chair (likely co-Chairs) at its first meeting. If you would
like to volunteer as a WG Chair, let me know and I will create a list of
candidates and circulate to the volunteers.
Interested Parties (non-Forum members who have signed our IPR Agreement) may
also serve on this Working Group. (If you are not an Interested Party but
want to become one, please contact me at kirk.hall <at> entrustdatacard.com,
and I’ll send you a copy of the IPR Agreement to sign. The Forum’s Bylaws
define Interested Parties as follows:
Bylaw 3.2 Interested Parties
Any person or entity that wishes to participate in the Forum as an Interested
Party may do so by providing their name, affiliation (optional), and contact
information, and by agreeing to the IPR Agreement attached as Exhibit A
(indicating agreement by manual signing or digitally signing the agreement).
Interested Parties may participate in Forum activities in the following ways:
(a) By becoming involved in Working Groups,
(b) By posting to the Public Mail List, and
(c) By participating in those portions of Forum Teleconferences and Forum
Meetings to which they are invited by the Forum Chair relating to their areas
of special expertise or the subject of their Working Group participation.
Interested Parties are required to comply with the provisions of the IPR
Agreement and these Bylaws. Interested Parties may lose their status as
Interested Parties by vote of the Members, in the Members’ sole discretion.
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