We have a variety of working groups—here and at various standards organizations—with different and occasionally overlapping interests, roles, and responsibilities.
Define Industrial relevant scenarios for interoperability of ALM and PLM engineering.
Modeling, diagrams, and use cases for software development
Lead by: Jim Conallen
Plans, requests, and results for builds and deployments
Lead by: Umberto Caselli, Martin Pain
Reducing manual interactions in all phases of software development and operations
Lead by: Martin Pain
Defects, enhancements, changes, and tasks
Lead by: Steve Speicher, Samuel Padgett
Tasks, defects, assets, and configurations at OASIS
Lead by: Nick Crossley
Increasing awareness and visibility of OSLC
Common problems with finding, creating, and updating resources
Lead by: Steve Speicher
Integrating software with linked data at OASIS
Integrating dedicated components
Lead by: Jad El-khoury
Promote an open approach to ease the use of Human Factors in system engineering.
A user group focused on finding and sharing of solutions to common lifecycle integration problems.
Lead by: Rainer Ersch, Wesley Coelho
Writing a W3C specification for HTTP-based (RESTful) application integration patterns using read/write Linked Data.
Lead by: Arnaud J Le Hors
Lead by: Stephanie Trunzo
Exchanging project management information across organizational boundaries
Lead by: Mikio