The list of participants in the project, their contributions (sorted by contribution) and the current status into the project.
Status: Author, the project leader and main developer.
Project participation: with 2002 on today
- Idea, declaration and core project.
- Core realization and mostly modules.
- Creation main project's information resource.
- Creation project's knowledge base, based at Wiki-technology.
- Creation project's ftp-server.
- Creation control version repository for (svn://oscada.org).
- Publication of project at various conferences.
- Packages maintainer into ALTLinux repositories.
- Control for the project developing.
Status: Tester, maintainer.
Project participation: from 2008 till 2014
- Active participation into the system testing.
- OpenSCADA packages maintainer into Fedora repositories.
Status: Developer, translator
Project participation: from 2007 till 2012
- Developer of the "ElFigure" element of the "Vision" and "WebVision" modules.
- Documents translation to English.
- Developer of the DB module DB.PostgreSQL
Project participation: from 2008 till 2012
Contribution: The program interface translation to German.
Project participation: 2008-2009, 2011
Contribution: The module DAQ.DCON creation.
Status: Unofficial project sponsor
Project participation: from 2004 on today
- Building some solutions based on OpenSCADA.
- Work time of author Roman Savochenko, mostly the network management and server with OpenSCADA resources administration.
Project participation: from 2011 till 2014
- Information support.
- Linux environment for OpenSCADA based products.
- ARM environment for build and test.
Project participation: from 2007 till 2009
Contribution: Developing of the "ElFigure" element of module "Vision".
Status: Integrator, popularizer
Project participation: 2008
- The domain "oscada.org" registration sponsor for three years.
- The project popularizer at different conference.
Status: Technical consultant
Project participation: 2002, 2003
Project participation: 2005
Contribution: Developing of the first realization of the visual control module Vision, full rewritten into 2006 by Roman Savochenko.