New Developer Members of the DSF
At its most recent board meeting, the Django Software Foundation (DSF) confirmed the addition of several new Developer Members. Developer Members are added in recognition of their contribution to the Django community. This may mean contributions to Django's core, contributions to significant Django-related libraries or tools, or efforts in organizing events in the Django community.
Members of the Django Core team are automatically elligible for DSF membership. Five members of the core team recently took up this offer:
- Tim Graham
- Preston Holmes
- Daniel Lindsley
- Simon Meers
- Donald Stufft
The DSF board also added the following three individuals as members, recognising their contribution to the broader Django community:
- Andy McKay
- Lynn Root
- Remco Wendt
A big welcome to Tim, Preston, Daniel, Simon, Donald, Andy, Lynn and Remco!
In addition to Developer Members, the DSF also has Corporate Members. Corporate members are organizations that use Django, and wish to be involved in the stewardship of the project. If you or your company would like more information on becoming a corporate member of the DSF, you can find out more on our Corporate Membership page. If you are interested in becoming a Corporate Member of the DSF, please get in touch.
Posted by Russell Keith-Magee on June 14, 2013