Launched in 2016 with only 80 contributors, the Zephyr community has grown more than 900 percent. The Zephyr Project has more than 800 talented and passionate contributors from around the globe. These developers have helped Zephyr meet several milestones, including surpassing more than 45,000 commits in November last year and supporting multiple architectures such as ARC, Arm, Intel, Nios, RISC-V, SPARC and Tensilica. There is now support for more than 250 boards by the project.
With such a vibrant community, the Zephyr Project recently launched the Ambassadors Program to showcase individuals who are passionate about the RTOS and are actively contributing to the project. The main goals of the Ambassadors program are to spread the word around the world on how to join the community and advance the Zephyr RTOS. Zephyr Ambassadors have volunteered to perform a variety of activities including speaking, mentoring, reviewing materials or presentations, writing blogs or contributed articles and translating documents.
We are excited to have this world-wide group of people with diverse interests, experiences, and technical backgrounds help drive the global Zephyr community:
- Alexey Brodkin, Synopsys
- Carles Cufi, Nordic Semiconductor
- David Brown, Linaro
- Henrik Brix Andersen, Vestas Wind Systems A/S
- Jennifer Williams, Intel
- Jonathan Cartrette, Locus Origin Technologies
- Kate Stewart, The Linux Foundation
- Marti Bolivar, Nordic Semiconductor
- Steven Wang, Intel
- Thea Aldrich, Foundries.io
- Wayne Ren, Huawei
We invite you meet the Zephyr Ambassadors, their biographies and social details are listed on the website, or reach out to us to request an Ambassador as a speaker, panelist or blogger. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the topics or deadlines and we’ll do the rest!
Or, if you would like to become a Zephyr Ambassador, please fill out this form.