1)Reducing the number of licenses that are considered Open Source. Thanks Intel
2)Protecting what Open Source means, through Trademark pursuit and community action.
The latter deserves some explanation. I find people using the term Open Source when they shouldn't, to denote not-open works and projects. Very simply, I believe and will do what I can to enforce the idea that Open Source means programs released under an OSI certified license. Nothing else qualifies. So there you go!