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Please see the TSC Chair Election Process page for more information on eligibility and processes. 

All candidates must self-nominate. 

Nominations:

Self-nominations will take place from  to  

The nomination period will close at 5 PM PST

Voting:

Voting will take place immediately following the close of the nomination period. 

Information on the Candidates:

Each Candidate, please provide the following:

  • Name
  • Photo
  • Biography
  • Statement of Intent in being the TSC Chairperson


@Guillaume Lambert

Biography


Guillaume Lambert is a Telecommunication Engineer and has been working for Orange since 2003.
He has been interested in Open Source and Free Software since he was graduating at ENST Bretagne and he took part to its Linux User Groups and to the "Groupe de Réflexion et d'Animation Autour du Libre" .
During his carreer at Orange, he was involved in various in-house developments and deployments, for example on Single-Sign-On platforms based on Liberty Alliance specifications or on IP Networks Monitoring systems relying on Netflow/IPFIX.
Guillaume joined Orange Labs transmission department in 2015 and the OpenDaylight Community in 2016. Since then, he has been actively promoting and contributing to it.

He is currently the TSC chairman and the documentation PTL, and a committer of transportpce and releng/builder projects .
He has been the PTL of the transportPCE project until 2021 and is occasionally contributing to others projects such as BGPCEP.


Statement of Intent

I would like to promote OpenDaylight as a network controller implementation of reference.
There are lots of challenges today in the area of open and interoperable standards.
And I believe OpenDaylight is one of the best platform to implement these new standards or to speed up their adoption, but also to mutualize companies effort to this end.
During these last years, I had also to take the train on the way and to learn from scratch how to integrate transportPCE to the OpenDaylight official distributions.
I think that my experience benefits the TSC to improve our operating modes inside the community and to attract new contributors.
This last topic is getting more and more important since OpenDaylight has now a strong legacy and higher requirements for quality that are faced by newcomers.



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