Tuesday, March 01, 2016
Kubernetes Community Meeting Notes - 20160225
February 25th - Redspread demo, 1.2 update and planning 1.3, newbie introductions, SIG-networking and a shout out to CoreOS blog post.
The Kubernetes contributing community meets most Thursdays at 10:00PT to discuss the project’s status via videoconference. Here are the notes from the latest meeting.
Note taker: [Ilan Rabinovich] * Quick call out for sharing presentations/slides [JBeda] * Demo (10 min): Redspread [Mackenzie Burnett, Dan Gillespie] * 1.2 Release Watch [T.J. Goltermann] * currently about 80 issues in the queue that need to be addressed before branching. * currently looks like March 7th may slip to later in the week, but up in the air until flakey tests are resolved. * non-1.2 changes may be delayed in review/merging until 1.2 stabilization work completes. * 1.3 release planning * Newbie Introductions * SIG Reports - * Networking [Tim Hockin] * Scale [Bob Wise] * meeting last Friday went very well. Discussed charter AND a working deployment * moved meeting to Thursdays @ 1 (so in 3 hours!) * Rob is posting a Cluster Ops announce on TheNewStack to recruit more members * GSoC participation – no application submitted. [Sarah Novotny] * Brian Grant has offered to review PRs that need attention for 1.2 * Dynamic Provisioning * Currently overlaps a bit with the ubernetes work * PR in progress. * Should work in 1.2, but being targeted more in 1.3 * Next meeting is March 3rd. * Demo from Weave on Kubernetes Anywhere * Another Kubernetes 1.2 update * Update from CNCF update * 1.3 commitments from google * No meeting on March 10th.
To get involved in the Kubernetes community consider joining our Slack channel, taking a look at the Kubernetes project on GitHub, or join the Kubernetes-dev Google group. If you’re really excited, you can do all of the above and join us for the next community conversation — March 3rd, 2016. Please add yourself or a topic you want to know about to the agenda and get a calendar invitation by joining this group.
The full recording is available on YouTube in the growing archive of Kubernetes Community Meetings. -- Kubernetes Community