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About Me

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Chris Aniszczyk (@cra) is an engineer by trade with a passion for open source and building communities. He currently is serving as Executive Director of the Open Container Initiative (OCI) and CTO of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). He is also a co-founder of the TODO Group which aims to spread best practices around open source program management across the industry.

At Twitter, he created their open source program (@TwitterOSS) and led their open source efforts for many years. He has served for nearly a decade on the Eclipse Foundation's Board of Directors representing the committer community and also served on the Java Community Process (JCP) organization. In a previous life, he bootstrapped a consulting company, made many mistakes, lead and hacked on many eclipse.org and Gentoo/Fedora Linux related projects. In his spare time, you'll find him doing yoga, writing, running or cycling.

Agenda

TLDR: If I were to be elected, my main mission would be to try to grow the OSI membership, build bridges with other open source foundations, consider open data as an area of interest and focus on expanding corporate membership programs.

First, I would like to see the OSI invest in showing up at more open source conferences and events (e.g., a booth) to spread awareness of the organization. I would also like to see the OSI help build out an event focused on the affiliate organizations, bring the affiliates together to see if there are some unique ways to collaborate across organizations and even industries.

Second, I would love to see the OSI invest in attracting more corporate members and creating programs for corporate members. There are many companies out there that benefit from the OSI’s work on OSD compliant licenses and we should find ways to support that work. Furthermore, sharing and opening data is becoming more important in a multitude of industries. I would like to see the OSI be at the forefront of this movement as sharing data is a natural extension of sharing source code.

Third, I would also help OSI take advantage of modern fundraising techniques. I would like to see OSI perform modern fundraising through social networks and other websites to meet interested potential members where they already are.

Contact

Thank you for considering me on the board, you can reach out to me on Twitter via @cra if you have any questions.


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