LinkedEarth is governed by three committees:
The Executive Committee has leadership responsibility for the harmonious and affective functioning of the LinkedEarth community. The Executive Committee makes decision regarding the developments of the LinkedEarth activities under its charter.
The current members of the Executive Committee are:
The Membership Committee is appointed by the Executive Committee to be representative of the community in terms of nationality, research setting (e.g., academia, non-profit organization, and industry), and level of expertise (e.g., PhD level, college level). Members of he Membership Committee are appointed from the nominated members of the LinkedEarth Community (see Article 6.1. of the charter)
Currently, the Membership Committee consists of:
The Editorial Board reviews editorial changes to the core LinkedEarth Ontology requested by members of the LinkedEarth Community. The Editorial Board had oversight over the guidelines for editorial changes, which can be found here.
Members of the Editorial Board are appointed by the Executive Committee based on nominations from members of the LinkedEarth Community (see Article 6.1 of the charter).
Currently, the Editorial Board consists of:
Anyone in the community can request an editorial change to the core ontology by filling this form.
The roles and responsibilities of the various committees are described in the LinkedEarth charter.