The first step to get involved in the OSPO Alliance is joining our mailing list. The archive is public and subscription is free and open to all.
- OSPO Alliance public mailing list: https://accounts.eclipse.org/mailing-list/ospo.zone
- OSPO Alliance mailing list archive: http://www.eclipse.org/lists/ospo.zone
You can also collaborate with the OSPO Alliance on several assets:
- The OSPO Alliance website, which is managed as an open source Eclipse project. The Eclipse Plato project is hosted on the Eclipse GitLab forge, and questions, issues and contributions are welcome. See https://gitlab.eclipse.org/eclipse/plato.
- The Good Governance Initiative holds the collaborative work on the GGI Handbook. It is hosted at OW2 and has its own mailing list for discussions related to the development of the method. It is, of course, free and open to all. You can also help on translating of the handbook to make it more inclusive and accessible to the global community.
- Got a mature OSPO already? We need case studies about best practices and, perhaps unexpectedly, not-so-good practices (e.g. things that didn’t work out).
- You can join our Task forces to work on other dedicated topics.
- You can give a talk during one of our OnRamp sessions. Experience feedbacks, methods, tooling, and any topic related to OSPO (Security, HR, Security), are welcome. You can subscribe to the dedicated OnRamp mailing-list.
- Feedback is important to us, so please feel free to comment on the GGI Handbook activities for specific questions or remarks, or on the mailing lists for more general-purpose discussions.
Please note that we have, and enforce, a code of conduct to ensure a respectful, inclusive and welcoming community. Some parts of the site, like OnRamp, also use the Chatham House rule, so please be responsible when quoting people here.