All are welcome to participate:
The OpenSSF community is open to everyone. We are organized into technical and governing activities. To receive general announcements about OpenSSF initiatives, events, etc. please sign up for our announcements mailing list by clicking here.
Technical working groups plan, design, and deliver specific technical initiatives. Individuals are welcome to participate.
- Identifying Security Threats – security metrics for open source projects
- Security Tooling – state of the art, globally accessible security tools
- Best Practices – awareness and education of security best practices
- Vulnerability Disclosures – efficient vulnerability reporting and remediation
- Digital Identity Attestation – ensuring the provenance of open source code
- Securing Critical Projects – hands-on help for critical open source projects
The Technical Advisory Council structures and facilitates collaboration across technical initiatives. Technical Advisory Council (TAC) discussions are open to the public. See the OpenSSF Public Calendar for details about the next TAC meeting.
- Technical Advisory Council – collaboration across Technical Initiatives
The OpenSSF governing board manages the overall organization including planning, funding, priorities, communication, and metrics for success. The Planning Committee is a branch of the Governing Board. It meets weekly to track and manage organization-wide milestones. Individuals are welcome to participate.
- Planning Committee – goals, milestones, communication, and metrics for success
Organizations: Become a Corporate Member
Organizations can also join the OpenSSF as members. Membership allows organizations to showcase support for open source security and for the development and adoption of OpenSSF initiatives. If you are interested in joining as a corporate or organizational member, please review the documents and then complete e-signing here.