ELISA Workshop Fall 2021 CFP Submission - Safety Standards and the Community Problem

Deb Giles <dgiles@...>

New submission to the ELISA Workshop Fall 2021 CFP. Please find below the details.

Email addresslukas.bulwahn@...
Primary Speaker Information
Primary Speaker Full NameLukas Bulwahn
Primary Speaker Job TitleChief Expert
Primary Speaker CompanyElektrobit Automotive GmbH
Is there a co-speaker?No
Submission Details
Type of SubmissionPresentation
Session Length30 minutes (includes 5 minutes for Q&A)
Topic Title / Idea Safety Standards and the Community Problem
AbstractThe investigation of standards’ expectation on quality management and open-source communities has indicated that safety standards poorly fit to the different dynamics in a true community project.
We will discuss the following hypotheses:
- Quality-managed Software is not a property of the software (as an asset), but of the organisation that creates and releases it.
- Standards assume that the software development is done by an organisation with limits.
- Within an organisation with limits, a result of the software development with quality management is better than a result of the software development without quality management.
- The kernel is developed by a multi-stakeholder community, where no organisation is in full control.
- The software development of the kernel is not quality-managed by an organisation.
Interpretation of the standards’ requirements must consider the absence of any controlling organisation, but instead measure the performance of a multi-stakeholder community.
Any critical participants needed for the discussion?No
Audience BackgroundExperienced with Safety
Experienced with Linux Kernel
What timezone do you prefer to present in?Germany - CET (+1)
Code of Conduct - I agree to abide by the ELISA Code of Conduct.Yes