I saw videos about OCP Profiles and Interop discussions from OCP Summit 2018, and saw the OCP 1.1.0 Specification document release on March 21, 2019. I was reviewing Interoperability specification and found the profiles link (https://redfish.dmtf.org/profiles/) which says "Profiles coming soon".
An older presentation (https://www.dmtf.org/sites/default/files/Redfish_Interoperability_Profiles_v1.0.pdf) from 2017 gives InteropProfiles v1.0 and a bundle with sample Profile, but no released Profiles.
Is there an official release timeline for the Profiles? It would really help as the Profiles would restrict and enforce certain requirements on the Redfish specification itself - which is more of an "all-inclusive" approach.
We're expecting that other organizations will follow the same path and will also be responsible for their respective profiles since ultimately the intent of a profile is to capture requirements that are outside the scope of the DMTF.
Redfish Profiles is a broad concept; different organizations can create Redfish Profiles to describe requirements for a Redfish interface, as long as they follow the Redfish Profile Specification and schema for the profile. OCP profiles are a specific set of Redfish Profiles, which are being created to describe their particular management requirements for Redfish.
Organizations are allowed to submit their profiles to the DMTF for republishing on that link you've provided so that they can be hosted in a central location. No one has done this yet though. The DMTF might publish profiles at some point, but we'd rather see other organizations in the industry design these profiles since they're a method of conveying what they want out of Redfish from different implementations.