- Firstly, that information seems easily researchable. Sure, you gotta read that pdf, but it's on their site. Thus, I'd argue we should close for No Research.
I disagree that closure is the correct course if you think a question could have been easily researched - instead, downvote as the tooltip suggests ("This question does not show any research effort; it is unclear or not useful."). Otherwise I think it sets a dangerous precedent of closing questions that are too easy, which seems counterproductive to me - a question is not invalid just because it's straightforward (but is worth downvoting if you think it's a waste of time).
- Secondly, are membership questions regarding organizations that have something to do with IoT even in scope? I'd argue they shouldn't be.
That's a far more interesting point. I would say yes, it is on-topic (although arguably quite localised in its usefulness) - since the organisation is very relevant to IoT, I think it fits within the scope of the site. I can imagine far more interesting questions related to the OCF which would definitely be on-topic here, and wouldn't want to exclude them due to just one poorly-researched question.