Last Week in Kubernetes Development: Week Ending October 11, 2020

Developer News

Kubernetes’ newly elected Steering Committee members are Davanum Srinivas, Jordan Liggitt, and Bob Killen. Thanks to all 312 contributors who voted.

The October Community Meeting is this week, featuring SIG-Instrumentation, Storage, and Service-Catalog.

The Reliability Working Group is tentatively approved, but needs work on their charter. If you care about reliability, find them on the #wg-reliablity Slack channel or kubernetes-wg-reliability group.

Release Schedule

Next Deadline: Beta-0 released, Oct 27

Enhancements Freeze is now in effect, so if you’re still working on a feature to add, you have until Nov. 2 to file an exception and see if you can still get it accepted. Sooner is better.

Patch releases for 1.17, 1.18, and 1.19 are expected out this week; see below for some changes.

Patch Release Merges

These fixes have been backported to supported versions for this week’s patch releases.

Other Merges

Version Updates

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