Consolidated Checklist Example-updated 7/21/17
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`STEP#1 - Select from dropdown menu in the yellow highlighted cells below.
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xCURRENT STATUS:NOT COMPLETE
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xCONTRIBUTION NAMEPROJECT:RACK&POWERSelect License:
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xCONTRIBUTING MEMBER/COMPANYSPEC Contribution:YESOWFa1.0
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xADDRESSDESIGN Contribution:NOOWFa1.0
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xCITY, STATE ZIPInclude Product Recognition:NO
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xCOMPANY CONTACT/
Email:
Product Recognition Level:ACCEPTED
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xYNN
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XSection A: LICENSE & MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTAction Required by ContributorFoundation Approval
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xREQUIREDSubmitter must be an OCP member in good standing.Acknowledgement Required[Foundation rep: insert link to signed OCP Membership Agreement]
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xREQUIREDSubmitter has executed the Copyright License Agreement (CRLA). Acknowledgement Required
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NASubmitter has executed the Copyright License Agreement (CRLA).
OCP INSPIRED(tm) recognition is only available to silver, gold, or platinum members.
Acknowledgement Required
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NALink to Copyright License Agreement (CRLA)[Foundation rep: insert link to signed Copyright License Agreement]
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xREQUIREDContributor(s) have signed a Contributor License Agreement (either OCP-CLA or OWF-CLA)Acknowledgement Required
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xLink to OCP Contribution License Agreement (OCP-CLA)Acknowledgement Required[Foundation rep: insert link to signed Contributor License Agreement]
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xLink to OWF Contribution License Agreement (OWF-CLA)Acknowledgement Required[Foundation rep: insert link to signed Contributor License Agreement]
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xSection B: PROJECT REVIEWAction Required by ContributorFoundation ApprovalProject Lead Approval
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xREQUIREDThe license type (OCPHL-R, OCPHL-P, OWFa1.0) is denoted in the License section of the SPECIFICATIONAcknowledgement Required<PL approves by entering name here>
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NAThe license type (OCPHL-R, OCPHL-P, OWFa1.0) is included in a README.txt file which is co-located with the COMPLETE DESIGN PACKAGE.Acknowledgement RequiredNA
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xREQUIREDThe project lead has reviewed the SPECIFICATION and/or DESIGN PACKAGE and held sufficient review(s) with the projectPL recommends specification is ready for consideration by the IC<PL approves by entering name here>
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NAThe Foundation’s Incubation committee has previously voted and ACCEPTED the Specification for this Design Package.Verified by Foundation NA
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xREQUIREDThere will be FUTURE contributor(s) that will produce ORDERABLE SKU(s) that
1) will meet at least 3 tenets on the OCP Principles list, and
2) will meet all criteria in the associated specification, and
3) become recognized in the future as OCP INSPIRED™ or OCP ACCEPTED™ ,
4) will be available within a reasonable timeframe after acceptance, and
5) will be available for purchase by any member company.
INSERT LINK HERE to a presentation containing this information. <PL approves by entering name here>
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NAAll ORDERABLE SKU(s):
1) will meet at least 3 tenets on the OCP Principles list, and
2) will meet all criteria in this SPECIFICATION, and
3) will be available for purchase by any member company within 120 days.
INSERT LINK HERE to a presentation containing this information. NALink to example presentation by submitter
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NAAll the ORDERABLE SKU's conform with a previously accepted SPECIFICATION. Acknowledgement RequiredNA
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xREQUIREDAll the ORDERABLE SKU's conform with an accepted SPECIFICATION and DESIGN PACKAGE. Acknowledgement Required<PL approves by entering name here>
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NAWhen ORDERABLE SKU's are available there will be in place a support agreement and support services for the Product, which are available to end users or solution providers.Insert link to support agreementNA
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xREQUIREDThe Product must be manufactured (i.e., at least one physically available version must exist) and must have a SKU upon application for certification, and must be available for purchase by any Member within 120 days of receiving the OCP INSPIRED™ or OCP ACCEPTED™ recognition mark. Acknowledgement Required<PL approves by entering name here>
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xSection C: CONFORMS TO OCP PRINCIPLESAction Required by ContributorFoundation ApprovalProject Lead Approval
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xREQUIREDThe Submitter shall provide engineering evidence that the Product meets 3 of 4 OCP Principles and conforms with an accepted OCP Specification through the submission of engineering documentation, including but not limited to plugfest results, test results, compatibility reports, or other engineering documentation.Insert Link to uploaded presentation.<PL approves by entering name here>Link to example presentation by submitter
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xSection D: Specifications & Supporting DocumentationAction Required by ContributorFoundation ApprovalProject Lead Approval
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xREQUIREDA final copy of the Specification has been uploaded.Insert LINK to Specification<PL approves by entering name here>
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xREQUIREDSubmitter has provide a detailed description of the Product, its features, functions, and components, and how it conforms with an OCP ACCEPTED Specification.INSERT LINK to uploaded Documents<PL approves by entering name here>
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xREQUIRED
Presentation material for the Incubation Committee Review has been uploaded.
Insert LINK to Presentation <PL approves by entering name here>
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xOPTIONALAdditional support documentation including test and validation reports, AVL, compatibilities reports, etc. Insert Links to addl Support Files
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xOPTIONALA list of CERTIFICATIONS associated with each Order code has been uploadedLink to additional Supporting Files
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xOPTIONALA TEST REPORT associated with each SKU/AVL has been uploadedLink to additional Supporting Files
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xOPTIONALA Compatiblitiy Guide that identified any OCP products that are compatible with this product has been created and uploaded. Link to additional Supporting Files
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SECTION E: Complete Production Files (e.g. Design Files) LINK TO FILESFoundation ApprovalProject Lead ApprovalGuidelines for submitting and review Design Files
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Contributor must decide which outbound hardware license to use and select the license above. After selection above, the requirements will be updated. The “Complete Production Files” aka Design Files means all of the following, in a form sufficient for a person of ordinary skill to manufacture or modify the design of the Product. All materials must be in a machine-readable file format that is (a) based on an open standard or for which a free decoder is widely available without charge; or (b) for CAD- generated system electrical schematics and layout, and mechanical 3D design only, in a form that is commonly in use in the industry and generally commercially available. :
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NAMaterials detailing electrical design and composition, including (a) a full CAD- generated system schematic;Insert LINK to FilesNANANOTE: ZIP file is preferred which contains all requisite materials
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NAA full CAD-generated system board layout, including timing constraints and stack-up definition;Insert LINK to FilesNANANOTE: ZIP file is preferred which contains all requisite materials
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NAA full system component bill of materials in a text format (tab-delimited or comma-delimited), including reference designators (e.g., part numbers on the board), manufacturers, manufacturer part numbers, and quantities;Insert LINK to FilesNANANOTE: ZIP file is preferred which contains all requisite materials
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NAManufacturing files, including
(i) printed circuit board (PCB) manufacturing files in RS-274x or other open format,
(ii) stack-up information in text format, or as an art layer in the RS-274x files, or in a separate file,
(iii) component pick-and-place coordinates in text format and test point coordinates and information in text format;
Insert LINK to FilesNANANOTE: ZIP file is preferred which contains all requisite materials
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NAA schematic board component placement map;Insert LINK to FilesNANANOTE: ZIP file is preferred which contains all requisite materials
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NAMaterials detailing mechanical design and structure, including a three-dimensional CAD-generated drawing of the top level assembly, housing, and all parts and subparts in a CAD- neutral format such as STEP or IGES;Insert LINK to FilesNANANOTE: ZIP file is preferred which contains all requisite materials
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NAAll firmware, tools, and drivers, in binary form, that are required to boot and operate the product within the definition of the Specification and are compatible with at least one major freely or commercially available operating system such as Linux or Windows, including corresponding source code or control interfaces to the extent necessary to enable electrical or mechanical modifications of the hardware design, such as pin reassignment.Insert LINK to FilesNANANOTE: ZIP file is preferred which contains all requisite materials
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CONSOLIDATED CHECKLIST
Reference: OCP Tenets