Governance Overview

Karl W. Schulz edited this page Aug 6, 2018 · 14 revisions

As of May 2016, the OpenHPC project is operating as a Collaborative Project through the Linux Foundation. Overall OpenHPC governance is led by two primary entities outlined as follows:

  1. Governing Board: general responsibilities include budgetary approval and the management of all non-technical business and outreach/communication.
  2. Technical Steering Committee (TSC): general responsibilities include coordination and management of all technical matters for the project, including release management, component selections, and technical community engagement. The TSC has regular meetings open to the general public. Find meeting details here. Information on the TSC selection process is also available.

The TSC includes a variety of roles intended to help organize the work effort and to include representation from development groups and end users. A graphical overview of the current roles that comprise the TSC is highlighted below.

TSC Overview

Current members of the 2018-2019 OpenHPC TSC are as follows:

  • Craig Gardner (SUSE)
  • Nirmala Sundararajan (Dell EMC)
  • Kevin Pedretti (Sandia)
  • David Brayford (LRZ)
  • Nam Pho (Harvard Medical School)
  • Cyrus Proctor (TACC)
  • Adrian Reber (Red Hat)
  • Paul Peltz (Los Alamos)
  • Takayuki Okamoto (Fujitsu)
  • Janet Lebens (Cray)
  • Reese Baird (Intel)
  • Michael Karo (Altair)
  • Thomas Moschny (ParTec Cluster Competence Center)
  • Chris Downing (Red Oak Consulting)
End-User/Site Representatives
  • Christopher Simmons (UT Dallas)
  • Eric Coulter (Indiana University)
  • Derek Simmel (PSC)
Upstream Component Development Representatives
  • Jeff Schutkoske (Cray)
Testing Coordinators
  • Renato Golin (Linaro)
  • Karl W. Schulz (UT Austin)
Project Leader
  • Karl W. Schulz (UT Austin)

Previous membership lists:

Linux Foundation Support

  • Jeff ErnstFriedman (OpenHPC Program Manager)
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