The project leader is appointed by the Executive Committee. He or she is the main representative of the Sentilo Community and his/her main function is to establish the project’s strategy and coordinate the Area Leaders, and conducts the day-to-day management of the project.
Area Leaders are community members that focus their contributions on a specific area or the project. They should bring experience in OSS project management. The current defined Sentilo work areas are:
- Architecture, development and technical support
- Partners and alliances
- Community management
- Communication and marketing
- Code release, repositories and technical documentation
Developers and contributors
Developers are community members who participate in the technical discussions and decision making process through the project communication tools. Developers have contributed code to the project in accordance with our Contribution Policy.
Developers recognized by the Membership Committee have the right to vote in the community elections and they nominate one representative in the Technical Committee.
Contributors are community members than make contributions of any kind to the project, without necessarily having any authority or a formal role in the decision making process of the community. Everybody can be a Sentilo contributor because anyone who makes a contribution becomes a contributor, regardless the amount of time devoted to the project. Contributors can participate on the discussions and decision making process through the project communication tools. All Contributors recognized by the membership committee have the right to vote in the community elections.
Users are Sentilo community members who have downloaded the code and deployed it. Any individual, organisation or city can be a Sentilo user without further requirements. The Sentilo community doesn’t demand anything in exchange. We wish, of course, users to be intensively involved in the project and became Contributors by providing feedback, improvement proposals, support to other users in the mailing list or forums and helping to disseminate the project. Users have no right to vote in the community elections unless they become Contributors, Sponsors, Partners or are appointed to a Committee.
Sentilo sponsors are community members who support the project with direct investments, either in money or in kind. There are three categories for sponsors: Core sponsors, City sponsors and Commercial sponsors. All Sponsors recognised by the Membership Committee have the right to vote in the community elections.
Sentilo partners are community members who support the project with some kind of collaboration, either as users or as providers of services or parts. There are two categories for partners: city partners and commercial partners. All partners recognised by the Membership Committee have the right to vote in the community elections.
To become a Sentilo Sponsor or a Sentilo Partner, please contact email@example.com
Sentilo Supporters are cities, individuals or organizations who have declared their support to the project, who intend to be involved in the community in the future or who simply wish to be Sentilo’s friends. Supporters must express and/or demonstrate their interest in Sentilo, e.g. through adhesion to the Sentilo community. Supporters have no right to vote in the community elections.
To become a Sentilo Supporter, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
You can read and download a more complete document about Sentilo organization and governance rules from here.