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Kubernetes Community Meeting Notes - 20160211
February 11th - Pangaea Demo, #AWS SIG formed, release automation and documentation team introductions. 1.2 update and planning 1.3.
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: Rob Hirschfeld
Demo: Pangaea [Shahidh K Muhammed, Tanmai Gopal, and Akshaya Acharya]
- Microservices packages
- Focused on Application developers
- Demo at recording +4 minutes
- Single node kubernetes cluster — runs locally using Vagrant CoreOS image
- Single user/system cluster allows use of DNS integration (unlike Compose)
- Can run locally or in cloud
- SIG Report:
- Release Automation and an introduction to David McMahon
- Docs and k8s website redesign proposal and an introduction to John Mulhausen
- This will allow the system to build docs correctly from GitHub w/ minimal effort
- Will be check-in triggered
- Getting website style updates
- Want to keep authoring really light
- There will be some automated checks
- Next week: preview of the new website during the community meeting
[@goltermann] 1.2 Release Watch (time +34 minutes)
- code slush * no major features or refactors accepted
- discussion about release criteria: we will hold release date for bugs
Testing flake surge is over (one time event and then maintain test stability)
1.3 Planning (time +40 minutes)
- working to cleanup the GitHub milestones — they should be a source of truth. you can use GitHub for bug reporting
- push off discussion while 1.2 crunch is under
- Design Review meetings
- General discussion about the PRD process — still at the beginning states
- Working on a contributor conference
- Rob suggested tracking relationships between PRD/Mgmr authors
- PLEASE DO REVIEWS — talked about the way people are authorized to +2 reviews.
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 — February 18th, 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.