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RE: CVE Editorial Board Meeting Announcement - March 30

While I understand we have a lot to work through, having a 4 hour 
meeting is asking a lot of participants. I am also not sure that we 
will accomplish more in 4 hours vs 1 or 2 hours. People will need time 
to process the discussion, so it might be better in the end to have 4 
1-hour meetings than 1 4-hour meeting. We might want to consider 
setting up a regular cadence of concalls over the next few weeks to 
have an ongoing conversation.

I also don’t think it is productive to pick a date/time out of the air. 
We have a Doodle poll going to decide on a time to talk. I'd like to 
suggest that we allow Doodle to speak to the earliest available time to 
talk. If we want a longer discussion, we can look for the first two 
consecutive timeslots that work for the largest # of board members from 
the Doodle poll.



> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-cve-editorial-board-list@lists.mitre.org 
> [mailto:owner-cve-
> editorial-board-list@lists.mitre.org] On Behalf Of Landfield, Kent B
> Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2016 1:33 PM
> To: Common Vulnerabilities & Exposures <cve@mitre.org>; cve-editorial-
> board-list <cve-editorial-board-list@lists.mitre.org>
> Subject: Re: CVE Editorial Board Meeting Announcement - March 30
> I hope the agenda will help me understand what this meeting is going 
> to
> accomplish…
> I really don’t want this to become a complaint session. We all 
> understand the
> problems, what we don’t understand are the reasons and what are the
> proposed solution options available to fix them.  We will not solve 
> CVE world
> hunger in 4 hours, especially when most will be remote. We still need 
> to have
> a Face to Face, multi-day event were we all sit down together and 
> actively
> and constructively work out the details of how to address the myriad 
> of short
> term issues while developing a long term federated solution 
> implementation
> and deployment plan.
> Thanks.
> ---
> Kent Landfield
> +1.817.637.8026
> From: 
> <owner-cve-editorial-board-list@lists.mitre.org<mailto:owner-cve-
> editorial-board-list@lists.mitre.org>> on behalf of Common 
> Vulnerabilities &
> Exposures <cve@mitre.org<mailto:cve@mitre.org>>
> Date: Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 1:01 PM
> To: cve-editorial-board-list <cve-editorial-board-
> list@lists.mitre.org<mailto:cve-editorial-board-list@lists.mitre.org>>
> Subject: CVE Editorial Board Meeting Announcement - March 30
> Dear CVE Editorial Board Members,
> Thanks to David Waltermire of NIST for taking the initiative in 
> coordinating a
> CVE Editorial Board discussion. There are a number of important 
> issues that
> require the Board’s attention. Please forward your issues for 
> discussion to
> this list or to cve@mitre.org<mailto:cve@mitre.org> with the subject 
> line:
> CVE Editorial Board Meeting 3/30
> On the agenda so far:
>   *   CVE Editorial Board composition and goals
>   *   DWF
>   *   Discuss the plans for expanding CVE coverage
>   *   Other issues brought forward
> It is important that the board convene to discuss these critical 
> issues.  MITRE
> will host the meeting at the McLean facility next Wednesday, 30 
> March, 1:00
> – 5:00 Eastern time, with remote access via Skype for Business or 
> another
> preferred reasonable alternative.  We hope that for those of you who 
> are
> local that you can join us in McLean.
> An initial draft agenda is being refined and will be posted today.
> Best Regards,
> The CVE team

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