DISCOS control software team¶
Leading DISCOS is a small team of core developers, that is people who have made and continue to make a significant contribution to the project, and have a good understanding not only of the code, but also the longer-term aims and directions of the project:
Astronomers are involved in the various phases of the software design, implementation and in-antenna testing, in order to exploit their specific knowledge and ensure that our system answers to the needs of the astronomical community:
Anyone can be a contributor to DISCOS project. Being a contributor simply means that you take an interest in the project and contribute in some way, ranging from asking sensible questions (which documents the project and provides feedback to developers) through to providing new features as components, patches or user’s specifications.
If you become a valuable contributor to the project, you may well be invited by the core developer to become member of the team.
Here is the list of DISCOS contributors:
The project manager heads the whole DISCOS project and has in charge the software releasing. This responsibility is currently assigned to Andrea Orlati.
The support scientist is responsible for every communication related to DISCOS changes that affect the users. This responsibility is currently assigned to:
The observation manager is responsible for the observations with DISCOS:
The development manager is responsible for the Development guide contents, for the software (and documentation) repository and for the whole development process. This responsibility is currently assigned to Marco Buttu.
Deploying and continuous integration¶
This responsibility is currently assigned to Giuseppe Carboni.
People involved in the project¶
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