The OpenJS Foundation is comprised of many open source project communities which operate independently, but also collaborate together on the Cross Project Council (CPC). Each project maintains their own communication channels, as does the OpenJS Foundation and the CPC.
We maintain the OpenJS Foundation organization on Github to manage top-level community collaborative processes. This organization is currently used to collaborate on activities that transcend individual projects.
The CPC operates openly and transparently, conducting discussions and documenting decisions in the openjs-foundation/cross-project-council repo.
- CPC meeting schedule. (iCal) (Add to Google Calendar)
- Agendas for upcoming meetings
- Minutes from past meetings
Anyone may join CPC meetings and participate in the work of the CPC as an observer.
The OpenJS Foundation Standards Working Group helps coordinate and document standards activities among hosted projects, working in the openjs-foundation/standards repo.
Once you join the OpenJS Foundation Slack Workspace, you can participate in any of the public channels. If you are new to Slack, you can view a full list of available channels by clicking the “Channels” link on the left.
If you are in an OpenJS Foundation project and don’t see a channel for your project, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll create one for you!
The main OpenJS Foundation mailing lists are hosted on https://lists.openjsf.org. The primary public mailing lists are:
- Announce – A low-traffic, moderated list for various OpenJS Foundation updates.
- Projects – A low-traffic list for hosted project updates and discussion.
While many of our projects have their own existing mailing list infrastructure, the OpenJS Foundation can also host project mailing lists at https://lists.openjsf.org. Please reach out to email@example.com for more information.