Kubernetes Weekly Community Meeting

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#41

March 14, 2019

  • Moderators: Jorge Castro [SIG Contributor Experience]

  • Note Taker: First Last [Company/SIG]

  • [ 0:00 ]** Demo **-- ~~dmesser@redhat.com - Automated Day 2 Operations on Kubernetes using Operators Demo Title [Daniel Messer, dmesser@redhat.com] (confirmed) ~~

    • Didn’t happen - timezone changes undocumented in the doc and github, Jorge will reschedule them as soon as possible. PR sent to fix github docs.
  • [ 0:00 ]** Release Updates**

  • [ 0:00 ] SIG Updates

    • SIG Leads, check out this set of recommended topics to cover during your update
    • Slide template if you need it
    • Please also check the SIG Update Schedule!
    • SIG Architecture [Matt Farina] (confirmed) Deck link
      • Making changes to better scale and avoid burnout
        • Focus on:
          • documenting guidance as opposed to one-off decisions
          • Move discussions to mailing lists to better include others
          • more on delegating to OWNERS
          • Ensuring subprojects cultivate new leaders, make sure subprojects are staffed
        • Done so far
          • KEP process → SIG PM
          • Meetings every other week now
          • API Review shadowing (teach new people to be API reviewers
      • Other things done:
        • Add guidance that everything should be tested
        • KEPs for 1.14+ should now have upgrade/downgrade/test plan
        • Documented Kubernetes Scope
        • Windows nodes GA
      • How to help
        • Arch & API Governance subproject: look at process, sign up for shadowing
        • Conformance Definition: come talk to them to onboard
        • Code Organization: need people to help kickstart untangling kubernetes/kubernetes, figure out dependency handling (currently mostly unstaffed, needs people to start the effort)
        • https://git.k8s.io/community/sig-architecture/README.md
      • Questions/Additions
        • SIG arch is always welcomes people who want to come in and get work done
        • Goal of changes is to avoid SIG Arch being the single-point-of-failure for technical decisions, and instead be a last resort
    • SIG VMware [Steven Wong] (confirmed - ~3 min) Deck link
      • Last cycle
        • Out-of-tree cloud provider
        • CSI provider improvements
        • Cluster API provider
        • Minikube for Fusion/Workstation
      • Upcoming cycle
        • Stabilize cloud provider, CSI provider
        • Cluster API management cluster pattern
      • How to help
    • SIG Multicluster [Irfan ur Redhman] (confirmed)
      • Time zone problem, Jorge to reschedule asap.
  • [ 0:00 ] :mega:Announcements :mega:

    • New Contributor Summit site is live at https://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/contributor-summit-europe-2019/, and registration will be live be EOD March 14th

    • Slack signup is back!

    • 1.15 Release Team

      • @claurence is 1.15 lead
      • Issue for rest of roles is yet to be created
    • PSA: we have a new channel on slack #pr-reviews to help people find reviewers. Help get eyeballs on PRs.

    • Aaron has a last minute announcement

      **:clap: **Shoutouts this week

  • coderanger - Shoutout to @Katharine for kicking butt on Slack automation to help out the admin team!

    • (e.g. more actions → report for bad messages)
  • mrbobbytables - Just seconding @coderanger seriously big shoutout to @Katharine for the stuff shes doing to make Slack a better place for all of us :heart: :heart: :heart:

  • spiffxp - Big shouts to @neolit123 for his investigative work on what appears to be a golang 1.12 bug. And @liggitt @justinsb @dims for the continued assists. And the golang team for trying to get us go1.12.1 in time

  • Shout-out to @marpaia for setting up and running the EU friendly release team meetings, stepping in so much whenever Aaron isn’t available, and keeping on top of all the things :pray:


#42

March 21, 2019 - (recording)