NetBSD People: Other Groups within the NetBSD Project
The page lists the other groups within NetBSD, their areas of responsibility, and contact information. Most NetBSD Developers aren't involved in any of these groups, but still benefit and contribute substantially to the Project. Without all of these people, NetBSD wouldn't exist. The general groups within the developer community are:
Other groups within the NetBSD Project are:
- Accounts - accounts@NetBSD.org
- Admins - admins@NetBSD.org
- Announce - announce@NetBSD.org
- Entomologist - gnats-admin@NetBSD.org
- Mirrors - mirrors@NetBSD.org
- Packages - packages@NetBSD.org
- pkgsrc Releng - releng-pkgsrc@NetBSD.org
- pkgsrc Security Team - pkgsrc-security@NetBSD.org
- Releng - releng@NetBSD.org
- Security Alert - security-alert@NetBSD.org
- Security Officer - security-officer@NetBSD.org
- Security Team - security-team@NetBSD.org
- WWW - www@NetBSD.org
- pkgsrc Bug People
Responsible for creation of project host developer accounts for those individuals invited to join The NetBSD Project.
Members: NetBSD System Administration Group.
Responsible for changes to NetBSD Project hosts. If it needs root, ask here. This is also an appropriate contact for reporting account related problems.
Members: Tracy Di Marco White, Phil Nelson, Jeff Rizzo, Amitai Schleier, Thor Lancelot Simon, Noriyuki Soda, T K Spindler, Matthew Sporleder, S.P.Zeidler, and Christos Zoulas.
Moderates posting to
S.P.Zeidler currently is responsible for this task.
Keeper of the GNATS database, master of bug classification and statistics.
Members: David A. Holland.
This is the group that handles requests and communication with those wishing to run a mirror.
The people who handle pkgsrc.
Members: Jason Bacon, Christoph Badura, Stephen Borrill, Manuel Bouyer, David Brownlee, Aleksey Cheusov, Adam Ciarcinski, Alistair G. Crooks, Masatake Daimon, Mark Davies, Jaromír Doleček, Jun Ebihara, Stoned Elipot, Gavan Fantom, Hubert Feyrer, Nick Hudson, Soren Jacobsen, Sevan Janiyan, Takahiro Kambe, Min Sik Kim, Thomas Klausner, Dan McMahill, Julio Merino, Thomas Merkel, Ryosuke Moro, John Nemeth, Richard Palo, Jonathan Perkin, Fredrik Pettai, Nils Ratusznik, Jeremy C. Reed, Jens Rehsack, Antoine Reilles, Jeff Rizzo, Niclas Rosenvik, Matthias Scheler, Amitai Schleier, Olaf Seibert, John R. Shannon, Benny Siegert, Jörg Sonnenberger, Matthew Sporleder, Adrian Steinmann, Kimmo Suominen, Leonardo Taccari, Shin'ichiro Taya, Krister Walfridsson, Lex Wennmacher, Sebastian Wiedenroth, Yuji Yamano, and S.P.Zeidler.
The pkgsrc Release Engineering Group. They manage stable branches, process pullups and schedule freeze periods.
Members: Ryo ONODERA, Fredrik Pettai, Eric Schnoebelen, Benny Siegert, and S.P.Zeidler.
Responsible for handling pkgsrc security issues.
Members: Alistair G. Crooks, Daniel Horecki, Thomas Klausner, Tobias Nygren, Ryo ONODERA, Fredrik Pettai, Jörg Sonnenberger, Leonardo Taccari, and Tim Zingelman.
The Release Engineering group. They organize release schedules, policies, and pullups.
Members: Stephen Borrill, Manuel Bouyer, David Brownlee, Julian Coleman, Alistair G. Crooks, Havard Eidnes, Martin Husemann, Soren Jacobsen, Phil Nelson, Jeff Rizzo, and SAITOH Masanobu.
An emergency contact address for notifying the NetBSD project of security issues. Less of a formal 'group' than security-officer, below.
Responsible for handling security issue resolution and announcements.
Members: Alistair G. Crooks, and Christos Zoulas.
Responsible for assisting to resolve security issues and preparing announcements.
A group responsible for maintenance and additions to the NetBSD web site content (though all developers are encouraged to checkout htdocs and add anything they see fit). This group also replies to feedback from the web page forms and handles submissions to the NetBSD gallery.
Members: David Brownlee, D'Arcy J.M. Cain, Tracy Di Marco White, Jun Ebihara, Erik Fair, Hubert Feyrer, Thomas Klausner, David Maxwell, Julio Merino, Phil Nelson, Herb Peyerl, Mindaugas Rasiukevicius, Jeremy C. Reed, Reed Shadgett, Noriyuki Soda, Leonardo Taccari, and Yuji Yamano.