How to get involved in OSM
There are two paths to get involved in OSM as an organisation: as an ETSI Member, or as an OSM Participant.
Check first if your organization is already involved by consulting the list of OSM Members and Participants.
Get involved as an ETSI Member
To take part in the development of OSM and participate to the meetings, ETSI Members need to sign the OSM Membership Agreement and CCLA. In doing this, they agree to the OSM operating rules which in some cases are different from those in ETSI's Technical Working Procedures. Check if your company is an ETSI Member.
Get involved as an OSM Participant
Organizations who are not members of ETSI may also participate in OSM, attend meetings and help to develop OSM by making technical contributions. They are not applicable for leadership (LG) positions and must pay a participation fee to attend OSM meetings. To get involved as a Participant, please sign the OSM Participant Agreement and the CCLA.
Developers and Users
Individual developers and end users are welcome to contribute code and feedback to OSM,
they just need to create an individual contributor or user account.