Leadership of an OCP project is, by far, one of the most important volunteer roles within the OCP ecosystem.
The role of an OCP Project Lead includes (but not limited to):
- facilitate discussions, both online and in-person, that empower and encourage project participants to communicate, collaborate, and contribute to OCP in an open and transparent manner;
- support the direction of the Foundation by effectively communicating those goals to their projects through the OCP mailing lists, monthly calls, OCP events and various other tools;
- drive communication between their projects and the Foundation;
- work closely with the Foundation to grow the reach of their respective projects and that of the OCP ecosystem;
- focus on the needs of the project participants, the project goals, and the OCP Foundation’s goals and philosophies.
In addition the Project Leads must be able to infuse their project with the following traits:
- strong community leadership
- world wide collaboration
- inclusive vs exclusive approach
- technical excellence
- focus on innovation
As we enter the testimonial phase of this election, we are pleased to announce the following members of our community which have been nominated for the C&I Project Lead seat.
- Anita Kou (ITRI) and David Woolf (UNH-IOL) - will be running together as co-leads
- Matt Peterson (Cumulus) - will be running w/out a co-lead
Starting today through 12 June you will be able to add a testimonial for your support of the various nominees. Voting for the C&I Project Lead seat will begin on 15 June and end on 26 June. The results of the poll will be announced on 29 June.
To add a testimonial you will need to go to the page of the person you wish to endorse and add your support for that nominee to the comment box.
More information about our governance process can be found here.
Again, the Foundation would like to thank all of those who have been nominated. None of our successes would be possible without the support and participation of you and your organizations.
The OCP Foundation has many ways for individuals and organizations to participate in OCP; online project meetings, OCP events, submit a spec, review a spec, read our blog, join our Facebook group, add us to your G+ circles, follow us on Twitter, join our mailings and much more. To find out more about getting involved in OCP, click here.