ACES Virtual Working Groups Workspace

Contacts

Alex Forsythe - ACES Technical Lead - email
Steve Tobenkin - ACES Adoption/Comms Lead - email
ACES Home: ACESCentral.com



Notice:  This workspace is considered a part of the ACESCentral.com Virtual Working Groups.  By using this workspace, you agree to the ACESCentral Virtual Working Group Participation Guidelines shown below and also available for download.


Active Working Groups

 

Working Group
Chair
Purpose
Opened
Status
Next Meeting
Discussions
Workspace
CLF Spec / Code Review
Review the CLF Spec and Code based to determine sufficiency
11/29/2018
Active
TBD
CLF Implementation Review
Review how and where CLF is currently implemented and identify barriers to wide adoption.
11/29/2018
Active
TBD


Archived Working Groups

 

Working Group
Chair
Purpose
Opened
Status
Discussions
Workspace
HDR ODTs
Bill Mandel, Thad Beier
Determine the sufficiency of ACES 1.0 HDR ODTs and suggest improvements
11/2016
Archived
06/2017
None



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ACESCentral Virtual Working Group Participation Guidelines

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