Kubernetes 1.12

Kubernetes 1.12 Release Lead Retrospective

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I spent the period from July to September 2018 volunteering as the Kubernetes 1.12 release lead. As this stint comes to a close, I’m pausing to reflect on the experience. A first observation relates to an aspect of open source commonly understood today: open source projects move fast! The Kubernetes 1.12 release demonstrates that velocity. Read more...
CHAOSScon

Reflections on CHAOSScon 2018

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By Alexandre Courouble and John Hawley Previously, we’ve explored the challenge of measuring progress in open source projects and looked forward to the recent CHAOSScon meeting, held right before the North American Open Source Summit (OSS). CHAOSS, for those who may not know, is the Community Health Analytics Open Source Software project. August’s CHAOSScon marked Read more...
open source project

Two Paths to an Open Source Project Release

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By Venil Noronha I joined the Open Source Technology Center (OSTC) in June after finishing graduate school at USC, and I’m delighted to note that I’ve just had my first open source project as a VMware employee approved for release: Wavefront by VMware Adapter for Istio. This wasn’t my first opportunity to send a project Read more...
diversity and inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion at Open Source Summit North America

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By Aida Rivas I just returned from Open Source Summit in Vancouver, Canada, which brings developers, community and business leaders, software architects and sysadmins from across the globe together to engage in a wide range of topics such as emerging technologies, open source leadership, program office management and diversity and empowerment. The diversity and empowerment Read more...