Working Groups

A working group is a group of people that are interested in working on a common topic. Working groups are informal and have no official authority. All working groups have a public channel on the Julia Slack. Many working groups also hold regular meetings that are held online and are open to anyone. Meeting links are posted in the relevant Slack channels.

The working group meetings are also listed on the community events calendar.

List of working groups

UTC refers to Coordinated Universal Time, and ET refers to Eastern Time.

Working GroupSlack channelMeetingsContact
Astronomy#astroFourth Friday of each month at 19:00 UTCMosè Giordano, Miles Lucas
CI infrastructure#ci-devEvery other Monday at 2pm ETElliot Saba, Dilum Aluthge
GPU#gpuEvery other Monday at 11am ETTim Besard, Valentin Churavy
High-performance computing (HPC)#hpcFourth Tuesday of each month at 2pm ETValentin Churavy
Machine learning#machine-learningEvery other Tuesday at 12pm ETKyle Daruwalla, Lorenz Ohly
Multithreading#multithreadingFirst Wednesday of each month at 10am ETJameson Nash
Pkg#pkg-devOccasional Tuesdays at 2:15pm ETKristoffer Carlsson, Fredrik Ekre
Release management#releases[none]Kristoffer Carlsson, Alex Arslan

The machine learning WG also uses the #ml-contributors stream on the Julia Zulip.

Triage call

In addition to working groups, the Julia community also holds regular triage calls to discuss open issues and pull requests. Unlike working groups, the triage calls tend to discuss a wider range of topics. Triage calls are held online and are open to anyone. Please check Slack for the meeting link.

NameSlack channelMeetingsContact
Triage#triageEvery other Thursday at 2:15pm ETJeff Bezanson

Community groups

Each of these groups is organized around a common area of interest with a community focus.

Community groupSlack channelMeetingsContact
JuliaCon committee#juliacon[none]Avik Sengupta, Valentin Churavy
Julia Gender Inclusive#gender-inclusiveEvery six weeks, Sunday at 11am ETKim Auth, Tan Zhi Xuan

See also