LF Energy Landscape Update + Call to Action, Join us on Oct 22
LF Energy Landscape leverages infrastructure created for the CNCF Landscape and that is being leveraged by other foundations hosted at the Linux Foundation. This resource is community maintained, meaning anyone can issue a pull request to add or update a listing. We invite you to join us on Thursday, October 22 at 11:00a ET to discuss and update the LF Energy landscape together! Click here to register!
Requirements to have a project included in this landscape are very simple; mainly projects should have a presence on GitHub, be active with at least 300 stars, and be a project within the Energy field (cybersecurity, interoperability, control, automation, virtualization, and the orchestration of supply and demand). Projects that become inactive are subject to removal. All projects are organized according to the LF Energy functional architecture which serves as a taxonomy. Find that here.
Like any fast-moving initiative that is growing and changing, in the near future, the landscape will also showcase additional efforts within the open source ecosystem, namely:
- Islanded environments such as microgrids, minigrids, nanogrids
- Aggregated environments such as VPPs
- Electric mobility
- And more!
We invite the entire community to participate in the sustainability of this resource, namely by…
- Reviewing the existing entries for accuracy, including to ensure entries are pointing to the correct GitHub repository and organization ( let us know if changes are needed ).
- Submit projects we are missing to be included.
- Share the landscape with others! You can include the landscape in presentations or promotion of your project
We invite you to join us on Thursday, October 22 at 11:00a ET to discuss and update the LF Energy landscape together! Click here to register!