Committees are voluntary groups, formed by members in order to achieve certain goals.
To join this committee, contact the committee chairperson. See Rules and Policies#Committees for more information.
Deploying, managing and maintaining:
- Network infrastructure and Internet connectivity
- End-user computers (desktops/laptops)
- Physical servers and VMs
- Security camera system
- Website infrastructure (main website, forums, wiki, etc)
- Access control system (RFID, makermanager)
- Electrical infrastructure and contractors
- HVAC infrastructure and contractors
- Plumbing infrastructure and contractors
- Compressed air infrastructure and contractors
- Telephone infrastructure
The Jump server hosts several virtual machines; including a Windows Server that hosts our VCarve, FeatureCAM, and AutoDesk Inventor software.
- This link provides information about storing and accessing computer files at DMS.
- Jump Server login (and creating AD account)
- Jump Server FAQ.
The phone system is a Voice over IP PBX, which consists of a virtual machine running Asterisk 11 with IncredibleGUI 12 on Ubuntu 14.04LTS. We use Google Voice for trunks, providing free calls to anywhere in the US or Canada. Our main number is 214-699-6537.
BoD Annual Election Procedures
Our Bylaws require an annual election of our BoD, the page in the link below details the procedures that were used in the most recent election. These procedures should be updated whenever a change is made.
Benevolent dictatorship, per Dallas Makerspace Rules.
- Freddy Calvert - Chair (@yashsedai)
- Stan Simmons - Vice Chair
- Dwight Spencer (DevOps, IT, PM)
- Lisa Selk
- Andrew LeCody
- Alex Rhodes
- Bill Gee (@Bill)
- Robert Davidson
- Frank Lima
- Erik Smith
- Joe Helmstetter
- Mark Havens (Grand Master Computer Janitor)
- Jason Ottwell
- Mike Kelp (Code Wizard)
- john a. gorman (Senior IT Specialist)
- Stephenie Webb
- James Blocker
- Justin Edwards
- James Braye
- Woody (@woody)
- Jim Hartnett (@hon1nbo ; cybersecurity stickler)
The Infrastructure Committee sponsors a team (Moderator Team) to moderate the Talk Forum with a published set of moderator guidelines. The Moderator Team desires and promotes an open, transparent environment on Talk that promotes inclusion, diversity of opinions, knowledge sharing, fairness and respect while respecting privacy of all individuals.
The committee routinely meets on the second Wednesday of every month. Meetings will be posted on the calendar.
How To Join
- Send an email to [email protected] and request to join the Infrastructure committee.
- Add your name to the list of members on this page.
All pages related to the Infrastructure Committee.
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
Pages in category "Infrastructure"
The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total.
Media in category "Infrastructure"
This category contains only the following file.
- RootCA.DMS.zip ; 3 KB