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OpenHPC ( http://openhpc.community/ ) is a global open source collaborative effort, hosted by the Linux Foundation, that initiated from a desire to aggregate a number of common ingredients required to deploy and manage High Performance Computing (HPC) Linux clusters including provisioning tools, resource management, I/O clients, development tools, and a variety of scientific libraries. Packages provided by OpenHPC have been pre-built with HPC integration in mind with a goal to provide re-usable building blocks for the HPC community. * If you are interested in Membership, please email ncaidin@linuxfoundation.org * If you are interested in participating in our technical community, please visit http://openhpc.community/about-us/ways-to-participate/ * Also if you are currently working on OpenHPC in production please register your OpenHPC system ( http://openhpc.community/development/register-your-openhpc-system/ ) so we can show our support for the community! This is a public list. Joining the main group won’t subscribe you to any of the project’s mailing lists.  If you would like to subscribe to an OpenHPC mailing list please see http://openhpc.community/support/mail-lists/ ( http://openhpc.community/support/mail-lists/ ) NB: Unsubscribing from main@lists.openhpc.community will remove you from most OpenHPC mailing lists. *Additional Ways to Get Involved* * Github ( https://github.com/openhpc/ohpc ) * Technical Steering Committee page ( https://github.com/openhpc/ohpc/wiki/Governance-Overview ) * Become a member ( http://openhpc.community/about-us/participants/ ) * Slack (must request account) * LinkedIn ( https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8471674 ) * Twitter ( https://twitter.com/OpenHPCcomm )
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  • TSC-PRIVATE / OpenHPC TSC Private
    The OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee ( https://github.com/openhpc/ohpc/wiki/Governance-Overview ) (TSC) is comprised of a variety of roles including maintainers, component development representative(s), end site-user representative(s), integration test coordinator(s), and a project leader. Together, the TSC forms the primary technical governing body for the community project. TSC membership terms are for one year in duration. Information on the TSC selection process ( https://github.com/openhpc/ohpc/wiki/TSC-Membership-Participation-and-Selection-Process ) is available. Two lists exist. An OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee list ( https://lists.openhpc.community/g/tsc ) , open to the community, and this TSC Private list. All technical business for the TSC is done out in the open on the public list. This list is to support the TSC selection process and other administrative needs. The current TSC membership gets to vote on the succeeding nominations for the TSC in the following year. This list is used for that voting, and also to vote for the TSC Project Lead (which occurs after the new set of TSC members is elected, as the TSC Project Lead must come from within their ranks).
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  • openhpc-submissions / OpenHPC Component Submission Questions
    Welcome to OpenHPC Component Submission Questions list! This is place for people to ask questions related to the component submission process. The process is documented on the OpenHPC github space: https://github.com/openhpc/submissions
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  • outreach / OpenHPC Outreach Committee
    Welcome to the OpenHPC Outreach committee The OpenHPC Outreach Committee is comprised of voting members and non-voting members. Each OpenHPC Platinum member is entitled to one vote, and so long as there is a least one Gold Member, one elected representative of the Gold Members. The Outreach Committee shall be responsible for designing, developing and executing marketing efforts on behalf of the Governing Board. The Outreach Committee is expected to coordinate closely with the Governing Board and technical communities to maximize the outreach and visibility of the Project throughout the industry. Members of the Project without representation on the Outreach Committee may observe meetings of the Outreach Committee on a non-voting basis. The goals of the OpenHPC Outreach Committee are to: * increase awareness * increase adoption * increase contributions * increase community and member participation Please see the OpenHPC Charter ( http://openhpc.community/about-us/openhpc-charter/ ) for details.
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  • outreach-private
    Private contact list for the voting members of the Outreach committee
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  • tsc / OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee
    Welcome to the OpenHPC TSC mailing list. The OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee ( https://github.com/openhpc/ohpc/wiki/Governance-Overview ) (TSC) is comprised of a variety of roles including maintainers, component development representative(s), end site-user representative(s), integration test coordinator(s), and a project leader. Together, the TSC forms the primary technical governing body for the community project. TSC membership terms are for one year in duration. Information on the TSC selection process ( https://github.com/openhpc/ohpc/wiki/TSC-Membership-Participation-and-Selection-Process ) is available. 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 ( https://github.com/openhpc/ohpc/wiki/Technical-Steering-Committee-Meetings ). You are welcome to join on this email list, on the meeting calls, and on our Slack workspace. * TSC members are expected to attend and engage in the majority of scheduled TSC meeting events and respond in a timely fashion via electronic communication channels. * TSC members are expected to act respectfully with each other and community participants.
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  • tsc-nominations / OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee Nomination mailing list
    Welcome to the OpenHPC TSC Nominations email list. The purpose of this mail list is to receive nominations for the OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee ( https://lists.openhpc.community/g/tsc ) as part of the annual TSC election process. This list is only comprised of Linux Foundation staff (especially the LF Program Manager) and the current OpenHPC TSC Chair. The list allows non-members to post (otherwise we would not be able to receive nominations). The governance overview and TSC selection process ( https://github.com/openhpc/ohpc/wiki/Governance-Overview ) are available for review on Github. To have the community submit nominations for the TSC, please have them send messages to tsc-nominations@lists.openhpc.community
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