The role of the Technical Advisory Council (TAC) is to direct and coordinate the activities of the technical community. Its voting members are comprised of the Platinum members of the Open Mainframe Project, along with the leaders of each project designated as an Active Stage top-level project by the TAC.
|Giancarlo Frix||Platinum Member Representative||Voting Rep||Rocket Software|
|Gregory MacKinnon||Platinum Member Representative||Voting Rep||Broadcom Corporation|
|Joe Bostian||Platinum Member Representative||Voting Rep||International Business Machines Corporation|
|Nikolay Gueorguiev||Platinum Member Representative||Voting Rep||SUSE LLC|
|Phil Tully||Platinum Member Representative||Chairperson - Voting Rep||Citi|
|Andrea Orth||GenevaERS Representative||Voting Rep||State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company|
|Lauren Valenti||Open Mainframe Education Representative||Voting Rep||Broadcom Corporation|
|Sean Grady||Zowe Representative||Voting Rep||Rocket Software, Inc.|
|Sudharsana Srinivasan||COBOL Programming Course Representative||Voting Rep||International Business Machines Corporation|
The Open Mainframe Project is a resource for open-source projects supporting or looking to support the mainframe and a home for open-source projects specifically targeting the mainframe. The TAC ensures that projects targeting the mainframe have the support they need to be successful, with flexibility on governance and licensing to ensure the community can operate and grow successfully. The processes and policies for the TAC to manage incoming projects and project stages to be hosted by the Open Mainframe Project and project guidelines are in the process section.
In addition, the Open Mainframe Project TAC has established a working group program for the open-source on mainframe community to collaborate on topical areas pertinent to the community. More details on the working group program and how to establish a working group can be found here.
Below are the project and working groups supported by the TAC, listed by the project stage.
There are many more mainframe-centric open source projects than what is hosted at Open Mainframe Project; check out the list and add any we are missing at the Open Mainframe Project Landscape