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Working Group meets every other Tuesday at 1:00pm US Pacific Time.

Meeting ID: 945 7727 2267
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TAC Member SponsorDaniel Heckenberg
Chairperson(s)Michael B. Johnson


Describe the purpose of the group in no more that 4-5 sentences.

The ASWF Assets Working Group is tasked with coming up with a clear strategy for how the ASWF might curate and host some set of digital assets that are of value to both our software projects and the larger development community we serve.

This group needs to decide on a framework for what those assets might be, where we might get them, and decided on the initial process of acquiring and hosting them.


Goals are the distinct outcomes that is to be anticipated from the working group, serving as a method for validating activities.

  • Exemplars of the data sets used in our industry and by our software projects 
  • entry level/educational assets as well complex production grade assets?


Non-goals are things that the working group are intentionally choosing not to do, the things not expected to change due to the working groups efforts, or the subject matter areas that the working groups doesn’t want to address at this time.

  • not a backlot of reusable assets for production
  • not a dumping ground (i.e. we will curate the collection, not allow just anyone to put something there)


provide a list of planned deliverables, or links to the deliverables. A best practice is to have a directory named deliverables in the repo for hosting and managing deliverables.

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