Each membership level comes with a number of specific benefits. A good place to start with getting involved in the community is to get a good understanding of what benefits you have access to and how to make use of those benefits. This chart provides a high-level overview of membership benefits and more details are provided below.
Developer Assist Benefits
Points of Validation Page
Information goes here once the page goes live...To see how ONOS is being used around the globe, go here.
For news on how CORD is being utilized, check out this page.
Community Showcases and Science Fairs
Inactivity and Delisting or Demotion
The Collaborator and Collaborating Innovator membership levels are both required level and Collaborator status both require that an organization being actively involved and contributing to at least one ONF Project (CORD, ONOS, or an Incubator Projectany other ONF project). We understand that there are times when an organization won't be active (for instance, there are many universities as Collaborators and during the summer there may be not much going on while students are away) and there is no requirement to always be active in the community. If there is a sustained period of inactivity that exceeds 2 or more major releases of CORD or ONOS, then we will make a decision about delisting.
- When a Collaborating Innovator member loses collaborator recognition, it retains ONF membership but is demoted to Innovator status.
- When a Collaborator loses recognition, it loses ONF membership as well and all associated benefitswill be delisted from the ONF website and no longer recognized as a Collaborator
In either case, lose loss of collaboration-level recognition will result in the member company having their logo removed from the project member page, they will no longer have access to the benefits of that membership level any associated benefits and they won't be eligible to vote in community elections. Organizations can regain their collaborator-level status back by re-engaging in the project.