The Governing Board oversees the structure, operation, and overall health of the OpenJDK Community. It upholds and maintains the Bylaws, resolves procedural disputes, and ensures that sufficient infrastructure is available to Community members. The Governing Board has no direct authority over technical or release decisions.
The current members of the Governing Board are:
- Georges Saab (Chair, Oracle),
- John Duimovich (Vice Chair, IBM),
- Mark Reinhold (OpenJDK Lead, Oracle),
- Prof. Doug Lea (At-Large, SUNY Oswego), and
- Andrew Haley (At-Large, Red Hat).
At-Large members serve for a term of one calendar year, starting on the first day of April each year. The 2014 election for At-Large members is now in progress.
The Governing Board currently has two Observers:
- Ed Lynch (IBM), and
- Mike Milinkovich (Eclipse).
The Members of the Governing Board, and its Observers, may be reached via gb at openjdk dot java net.
The OpenJDK Scorecard is an annual evaluation of the OpenJDK Community's progress across various areas.
Information about the original Sun-chartered Interim Governance Board has been archived here.