List of Standing Committees and Working Groups#

Project work that expands beyond software-related work is organized into chartered domains and is carried out by Standing Committees and Working Groups. A description of these bodies and their function can be found here. This document contains a list of the current Standing Committees and Working Groups with charter summaries and links to their GitHub repositories.

Standing Committees#

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion#

Charter Summary: Increase diversity, equity, and inclusion within all aspects of Project Jupyter, including the various councils/leadership, Subprojects, and the broader community.

Code of Conduct Incident Response#

Charter Summary: Own and manage the Jupyter Code of Conduct reporting and incident response processes and make determinations on individual incidents.

Conflict of Interest#

Charter Summary: Ensure that the joint and conflicting interests of leaders across Project Jupyter are disclosed appropriately, handled with transparency, and mitigated with integrity.

Community Advisory Panel#

Charter Summary: Advise the Executive Council (EC) with perspectives and connections that may reach beyond the active Jupyter community.

Working Groups#

Trademark and Branding#

Charter Summary: License, protect, and promote the trademarks and visual and textual branding of Jupyter.

Jupyter Community Building#

Charter Summary: Grow, build, and connect the global Jupyter community of users and contributors.

Jupyter Media Strategy#

Charter Summary: Ensure that communications in Jupyter official channels are strategic and benefit Project Jupyter.

Jupyter Documentation#

Charter Summary: Serve as a support, helper, and advisory body to assist in improving all aspects of documentation across Jupyter subprojects.