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Nominee’s bio (and/or LinkedIn profile)

Soon to be working much more closely with ONF.

Member of Technical Staff in ONF since 2019

Full stack developer, from GUI to backend to tooling.

Based in Cork, Ireland

Github: System and Software Architect at Microsemi Inc. Frequency & Timing Division (we used to be Symmetricom).

Linked in 

How long have been working in the ONOS community?


What contributions have you made in the past to the ONOS community?

I am leading the development of the Aether ROC GUI and API

I am a core member of the development team for SD-RAN and µONOS

I have re-engineered the ONOS GUI to be based of Angular 7 components (upgrading it from AngularJS). I have supported this with videos and blog posts.

I added in the whole section under apps/cfm and incubator//l2monitoring - this is a model of the IEEE 802.1q CFM entities and MEF Services O&M

Also added a driver for Microsemi EA1000 device. This was one of the first modules in ONOS to make use of the onos-yang-tools

Both of these are now used in the E-CORD reference architecture/reference implementation. We demoed this at ONS2017

I also added error handling to the ONOS RESTCONF implementation recently.

What are you actively working on in ONOS?

I am adding functionality and documentation to the ONOS GUI on a weekly basis. From ONOS 2.1 onwards this will replace the legacy GUI.Current priorities are the Aether ROC GUI and the SD-RAN

Why do you feel you would be a good candidate for this position?


Are there any changes you would like to bring to the community if elected into this position?

I'd like to see more active and updated tutorials - I think there is a lot of duplicated effort by open source members making the same mistakes over and over.a focus on keeping documentation current, and a study on what the community wants from us on documentation.