I meant to do this before the end of the year but I’ve been slammed with Kubecon prep, and now that that’s done I’d like to get your honest feedback on how we’re doing.
First off, I’d like to thank you all for participating, growth has been pretty much green across the board (other than December because we all deserve a break). Our hardworking friends at the CNCF have been working on a new Kubernetes community page which will link new users directly to these forums.
If you’re wondering, just about all the traffic so far has come from the old kubernetes-users list and organic searches, the new page linking to this forum has not yet gone live, which means that we can expect a new influx of users.
To prep for this I need your help:
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We’ve all been there. Systems are hard. Distributed Systems are even harder. The internet is full of snark, we strive to be a welcoming community where we value treating each other with respect. Let’s show people what we’re made of, sharing your experience with Kubernetes with everyone else and helping a peer is always appreciated. If you’re interested in levelling up we have mentorship programs that are always in need of help.
OK enough preaching let’s bikeshed
I have 4 designs from the always awesome Alex Contini, let’s talk about them: