To facilitate an open ecosystem, OpenDaylight was structured with an open source license, open design, development and contribution model and finally, an, appropriate, open governance model.
OpenDaylight is open to anyone. Anyone can develop and contribute code, get elected to the Technical Steering Committee, or help steer the project forward in any number of ways.
Developers who are elected to the Technical Steering Committee or who participate as project leaders will provide leadership regarding the technical direction of OpenDaylight.
For more information on OpenDaylight’s Governance Model, please visit the following resources:
- White Paper: “OpenDaylight: An Open Source Community and Meritocracy for Software-Defined Networking”
Learn more about TSC member selection, governance, and activities.
OpenDaylight would like to thank our former TSC Chairs: David Meyer (2013 & 2014 terms), and Colin Dixon (2015, 2016 & 2017 terms)