Danny Auble joined the SLURM team in 2004 to develop the port to the IBM bluegene infrastructure. Since then he has been the primary on many parts of SLURM including the tree fanout used for communication with the slurmd's, the accounting system, and the multifactor priority plugin. He began working at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in 2001, soon after graduating from Brigham Young University.
Morris Jette has been the SLURM project leader since its inception in 2001. He began systems programming at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in 1980, helping to develop the Cray Time-Sharing System