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Thanks to all who voted in this thread or in the pull request! Based on the positive feedback, I merged the proposal and happy to announce that Tekton is now a graduated project in the CDF.
Kudos to Andrea Frittoli and all the contributors for making it happe
On Mon, Oct 17, 2022 at 10:34 AM Robert Reeves <r2@...
Wonderful news. Thank you, Oleg.
I’ll be at DOES in Vegas this week. Would love see Tekton community members, users and contributors, and celebrate this achievement with you.
On Oct 17, 2022, at 3:16 AM, Oleg Nenashev via lists.cd.foundation <o.v.nenashev=gmail.com@...> wrote:
FYI we have the required binding votes. I'm also happy to cast my +1 binding vote.
Unless there is blocking negative feedback until the deadline this evening (23:59 UTC), the vote will be concluded tonight.
On Mon, Oct 17, 2022 at 9:30 AM Jithin Emmanuel <jithin1987@...
As we discussed at today's public TOC meeting, the Technical Oversight Committee decided to start a public voting for the project's incubation in the Continuous Delivery Foundation. Please share your feedback, or cast your binding and non-binding votes
by October 17th, 23:59 UTC. You can vote and share feedback by responding to this thread or by reviewing this pull request.
Please note that some documentation updates are still pending. Also, one of the components in the scope (Tekton Operator) has not reached the OpenSSF badge and now stands at 94%. At the meeting on Oct 04 the TOC agreed that there are no blockers that would
prevent Tekton from graduating, especially taking huge adoption and successful external security audits. Based on that, we start voting and open the public feedback. To graduate, the project needs to reach the supermajority of votes (6 binding +1 votes), and
to have no blocking feedback/discussions until the end of the vote.
Please cast your votes!
CDF TOC Chair