Events

0300-0345_CODEORGANIZATION

Code Organization and Release Process Improvement **Identify the following before beginning your session. Do note move forward until these are decided / assigned: ** Session Topic: Code Organization and Release Process Improvement Topic Facilitator(s): bgrant0607@ Note-taker(s) (Collaborating on this doc): jdumars@ Person responsible for converting to Markdown & uploading to Github: michellen@ Session Notes Background from November dev summit: Slides Notes Github orgs: Github supports 2 levels of hierarchy, orgs and repos, and we need to use both effectively. »

0905-0930_STATE_OF_THE_KUBE

State of the Kube Identify the following before beginning your session. Do not move forward until these are decided / assigned: Session Topic: STATE OF THE KUBE Topic Facilitator(s): Tim Hockin Note-taker(s) (Collaborating on this doc): Jason Singer DuMars, Nilay Yener Person responsible for converting to Markdown & uploading to Github: nyener@ Session Notes 789 companies 15 timezones 41.3 commits daily 2505 devs 100 days between releases 3549 commits since v1. »

0940-1000_PROJECT_GOALS_ROADMAP

Project Goals & Roadmap Identify the following before beginning your session. Do not move forward until these are decided / assigned: Session Topic: Project Goals and Roadmap Topic Facilitator(s): Apart Sinha, Google & Ihop Dvoretskyi, Mirantis Note-taker(s) (Collaborating on this doc): Jason Singer DuMars, Nilay Yener Person responsible for converting to Markdown & uploading to Github: nyener@ Session Notes (primarily discussion, for the presentation see: Link ) »

1015-1115_UPDATES_GOVERNANCE_AND_CNCF

Updates : Governance & CNCF Identify the following before beginning your session. Do not move forward until these are decided / assigned: Session Topic: Updates : Governance & CNCF Topic Facilitator(s): Brian Grant, Google & Brandon Philips, CoreOS Note-taker(s) (Collaborating on this doc): Jason Singer DuMars, Nilay Yener Person responsible for converting to Markdown & uploading to Github: nyener@ Session Notes Link BGrant: Please do not rathole on minutiae, but please comment on the governance documents, we need to understand that this formalizes the escalation path B Philips: Steering committee is focused on watching the details »

1145_1245_ARCHITECTURAL_ROADMAP

Architectural Roadmap Identify the following before beginning your session. Do not move forward until these are decided / assigned: Session Topic: Architectural Roadmap Topic Facilitator(s): Brian Grant Note-taker(s) (Collaborating on this doc): Jason Singer DuMars, Nilay Yener Person responsible for converting to Markdown & uploading to Github: nyener@ Session Notes Link Not using “core” because it is overloaded - substituting “nucleus” instead ~ absolute necessities for Kubernetes to function »

1345-1430_SIGGOVERNANCE

SIG Governance and Check-in Identify the following before beginning your session. Do not move forward until these are decided / assigned: Session Topic: SIG Governance and check-in Topic Facilitator(s): brendandburns@ Note-taker(s) (Collaborating on this doc): jbeda@ Person responsible for converting to Markdown & uploading to Github: philips@ Session Notes Core discussions about SIG leadership Is the SIG lead role more like an on-call position or a team lead? »

1500-1545_COMMUNITY_LADDER

Community Building & Ladder Session Original Title: “Building community effectiveness (Contributor ladder, Code of Conduct & Committee)” Session Area: Community Topic Facilitator(s): Sarah Novotny Note-taker(s) (Collaborating on this doc): Rob Hirschfeld @zehicle Jess Frazzelle Person responsible for converting to Markdown & uploading to Github: Rob Hirschfeld @zehicle Session Notes Classes of Communities being discussed: * Developer / User - using the API * Developer / Operator - running the Infrastructure / DevOps * Developer / Contributor - writing the Kubernetes code, docs, any sort of non-technical contribution »

1600-1740_PRESENTATIONS_FROM_BREAKOUTS_AND_CALL_TO_ACTIONS

Presentations From Breakouts with Call to Actions Identify the following before beginning your session. Do not move forward until these are decided / assigned: Session Topic: Presentations From Breakouts with Call to Actions Topic Facilitator(s): sarahnovotny@ Note-taker(s) (Collaborating on this doc): Jason Singer DuMars, Nilay Yener Person responsible for converting to Markdown & uploading to Github: nyener@ Session Notes SIG GOVERNANCE AND SIG CHECK IN Discussed cross cutting SIG concerns and how to accomplish Create certificate for SIGs SIG Leads office hours SIG Leads mailing list ~ open vs. »

ContribSummitInformation

2017 Kubernetes Contributor Summit Information fka DevSummit What: The Contributor Summit provides an avenue for Kubernetes contributors to connect face to face and mindshare about future community development and community governance endeavors. In some sense, the summit is a real-life extension of the community meetings and SIG meetings. When: December 5th, 2017 (before KubeCon) All day event with happy hour reception to close Agenda: Times in CST - 08:00 am - Registration and light breakfast »

KubDevSummitVoting

###Kubernetes Developer’s Summit Discussion Topics Voting ### A voting poll for discussion topic proposals has been created, and the link to the poll can be found here. The poll will close on 10/07/16 at 23:59:59 PDT. How Does it Work? #### The voting uses the Condorcet method, which relies on relative rankings to pick winners. You can read more about the Condorcet method and the voting service we’re using on the CIVS website. »