This person is in charge of the overall direction of the course. They will have been a long time contributor to the repository. They must also ensure that they have enough spare time to devote to the ongoing development of the material. They will be involved in every commit to the stable repository, and mediate any discussion between other parties.
The SME is a member of the development team who is familiar and has experience in the subject matter of the course. They will probably be a long time contributor.
The EA is preferably someone with little to no history developing material for a particular course. They are by no means unskilled, but this role relies on the fact that they do not make cognitive leaps while assessing material. To this end it helps to have the EA as removed from the creation of material as possible.
Here is a list of people fulfilling these roles within the current repos.
|Repo name||Current state.||Master of Curriculum||Subject Matter Expert||External Assessor|
|cheat-sheets.git||Not yet Stable|
|cloud-virt.git||Not yet Stable|
|dns-dnssec.git||Not yet Stable||Phil||Mike|
|doc-templates.git||Not yet Stable|
|net-design.git||Not yet Stable|
|netmgmt.git||Not yet Stable||Phil||Chris||Dean, Mike|
|nsrcdb.git||Not yet Stable|
|openflow-sdn.git||Not yet stable||Dean|
|outlines.git||Not yet Stable|
|security.git||Not yet Stable||Phil||Dean|
|sysadm-services.git||Not yet Stable||Dean|
|training.git||Not yet Stable|
|wireless.git||Not yet Stable||Jon||Chris|
|workshop-kit.git||Not yet Stable||Dean|
|wsn.git||Not yet Stable||Jon|