Contributions can be in the form of new code, bug reports, mailing list support, web site content, etc
People that Contribute to OpenNebula
OpenNebula has thousands of users, contributors, and supporters, who interact through various online email lists, blogs and innovative projects to support each other.
The goal of the OpenNebula Project is to improve the software and grow the number of users by providing developers and users with a set of shared resources to develop, maintain and promote OpenNebula worldwide.
Project Leads define strategy, represent, promote and lead all technical aspects of the open-source project, such as the architecture, design, roadmap, development, release cycles, versioning, QA, documentation and web site.
Software Committers are highly experienced members of the open-source community, committed full time to OpenNebula, who have demonstrated their design skills and have made significant contributions to the project for several years. It brings with it the privilege of write access to the project repository and resources.
A Champion is someone with exemplary contributions to, and outstanding engagement with, the OpenNebula community. Champions are passionate technology and community leaders that represent OpenNebula, help sustain and grow its user base, and act as a liaison between other open-source projects and its community. More information about the Champion Program .
A Contributor is someone with interest in OpenNebula that contributes in some way, ranging from asking sensible questions, answering questions in the Forum, documenting the project and providing feedback to developers through to providing new features as patches. OpenNebula has more than 1,000 contributors in its development portal that occasionally contribute to the project.
Committers Emeritus are former Committers who made significant contributions to OpenNebula and have become inactive. We want to make sure that we acknowledge their huge contributions to our (collective) success.
We would like to thank those organizations who have funded the project through the Fund a Feature Program.