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CDF sponsored track @ DevOps World: CFP deadline May 27

Jacque Salinas
 

Hello CDF Community, 

Just a friendly reminder that the CDF is sponsoring a track within DevOps World 2021. We have a total of 15 talks (30 mins long each) to fill with sessions from the CDF community. 

If you are interested in being a speaker at DevOps World 2021 for the CDF track please apply below & select the CDF track: Deadline - May 27!  

We will review the sessions & communicate speaker selection on June 7th. Thanks! 

Jacqueline Salinas 
Continuous Delivery Foundation
Director of Ecosystem & Community
jsalinas@... 
408 218 0667







cdCON 2021 W22 May 24 Update

Jacque Salinas
 


Hi CDF Community, 

We are excited to announce that keynote lineup! Check out the announcement here: Continuous Delivery Foundation announces keynotes and full agenda for cdCon 2021!



Don't miss on some of the podcast session previews:

Don't forget to register, it's FREE!




TOC Meeting - May 25th 2021

Dan Lorenc <dlorenc@...>
 

Hey Everyone!

We have a great agenda for tomorrow, including a new project proposal! Thanks to everyone for adding topics!

Here's the current list:

GSoC updates
Joining the Inclusive Naming Initiative as a member org
Transferring the Jenkins infrastructure account on AWS to the CDF
Shipwright project proposal

See you all then, here's the actual doc.

Dan Lorenc


CDF TOC Elections - Nominations open

Jacque Salinas
 

Hi all,
 
The CD.Foundation Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) is running an election for 2 general seats.Nominations are open and you can Nominate Someone Here by May 24th. 
 
Please see this blog post for details of criteria, key dates and election process. 
 
Please let me know if you have any questions.
 
Regards,

Jacqueline


The Pipeline : All Things CD & DevOps Podcast - 1 Yr Anniversary & Stats Update!

Jacque Salinas
 

Hi CDF Community - 
 
We wanted to share some stats on how the podcast is performing since our launch over 1 year ago. Wow! Time flies and we are deep into season 2 with 17 episodes published to date. 
 
We also just reached our 2021 total download goal of 13,000.  To date we have a total of 13.8K downloads and have published a total of 42 episodes. Thank you to all of our guests for your participation. 
 
For more information on how to participate, check out our landing page

Total Downloads: 


Average download per episode: 




Top Episodes of the Year:


cdCON 2021 W21 May 17 Update

Jacque Salinas
 


Hi CDF Community, 

cdCon is officially sold out of Diamond, Platinum, Gold & Silver tiers! Check out the sponsor page.  

Don't miss on some of the podcast session previews:
We appreciate all contributions to our fundraising efforts on behalf of the community sponsors: Black Girls Code, She Code Africa, and Women Who Code.  The fundraising goal for 2021 is $10,000, every contribution counts! 

Don't forget to register, it's FREE!





cdCON 2021 W20 May 10 Update

Jacque Salinas
 



Hi CDF Community, 

cdCon is officially sold out of Diamond, Platinum, Gold & Silver tiers! Check out the sponsor page.  

Don't miss on some of the podcast session previews:
We appreciate all contributions to our fundraising efforts on behalf of the community sponsors: Black Girls Code, She Code Africa, and Women Who Code.  
The fundraising goal for 2021 is $10,000, 
every contribution counts! 

Don't forget to register, it's FREE!




Re: Elections for CDF TOC Project Seats

Oleg Nenashev
 

Dear Tracy,
Dear CDF TOC members,

The Jenkins community has reviewed the potential candidates and nominated Oleg Nenashev (me) as the CDF TOC Project Representative candidate from Jenkins.
You can find the full track of the conversation in the Jenkins developer mailing list: https://groups.google.com/g/jenkinsci-dev/c/N0stgWNmPhg
The decision was signed off at the Jenkins Governance Meeting on May 05 (thread with links).

Please let us know if any additional information is needed.

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev



On Tue, Apr 27, 2021 at 6:10 PM Tracy Miranda <tmiranda@...> wrote:
All,

4 of the 9 TOC seats are selected from CDF project representatives as per charter:

i) four representatives nominated by, and voted upon, by the technical oversight body (e.g., a technical steering committee) of the TOC Projects (as defined herein). Each TOC Project may nominate a maximum of one project representative to run for these seats.

We would like to kick off the election process for this, with a proposed timeline as:

Date

Event

May 3

Election announced, projects begin choosing candidates

May 14

Deadline for projects to choose candidate

May 21

Candidate profiles made public

May 24

Voting opens

June 11

Voting closes

June 23

Winners announced

July 1

New reps begin their term

  

Further details in the proposal are captured here: CDF TOC Project Rep Elections Proposal

Based on feedback in the TOC meeting today we will start moving forward towards this timeline and will be reaching out to project communities to select their nominees. 

This is the first time we are running an election for the TOC project reps in this way and will be tracking here https://github.com/cdfoundation/foundation/issues/322. We will be working towards officially kicking off on May 3rd 2021!

Regards,

Tracy


cdCON 2021 W19 May 3 Update

Jacque Salinas
 


Hi CDF Community, 


A big thank you to all of our sponsors who have signed on to be part of cdCon + GitOps Summit & Spinnaker Summit. cdCon is officially sold out of Diamond, Platinum, Gold & Silver tiers! Check out the sponsor page. 
We appreciate all contributions to our fundraising efforts on behalf of the community sponsors: Black Girls Code, She Code Africa, and Women Who Code.  
The fundraising goal for 2021 is $10,000, 
every contribution counts! 

Don't forget to register, it's FREE!






Elections for CDF TOC Project Seats

Tracy Miranda <tmiranda@...>
 

All,

4 of the 9 TOC seats are selected from CDF project representatives as per charter:

i) four representatives nominated by, and voted upon, by the technical oversight body (e.g., a technical steering committee) of the TOC Projects (as defined herein). Each TOC Project may nominate a maximum of one project representative to run for these seats.

We would like to kick off the election process for this, with a proposed timeline as:

Date

Event

May 3

Election announced, projects begin choosing candidates

May 14

Deadline for projects to choose candidate

May 21

Candidate profiles made public

May 24

Voting opens

June 11

Voting closes

June 23

Winners announced

July 1

New reps begin their term

  

Further details in the proposal are captured here: CDF TOC Project Rep Elections Proposal

Based on feedback in the TOC meeting today we will start moving forward towards this timeline and will be reaching out to project communities to select their nominees. 

This is the first time we are running an election for the TOC project reps in this way and will be tracking here https://github.com/cdfoundation/foundation/issues/322. We will be working towards officially kicking off on May 3rd 2021!

Regards,

Tracy


cdCON 2021 W18 April 26 Update

Jacque Salinas
 


Hi CDF Community, 

We have BIG NEWS! We have 2,000+ people registered for cdCon! Share the news about cdCon & it's co-located events & help us reach 3,000 registrants. 
The other big news is that we have 4 pending contracts until we can officially announce that we are SOLD OUT! We have started a waitlist for the sponsorship tiers w/pending contracts for interested parties.
The deadline to get your signed contract in is June 1st. ***Turn in your signed contract so we can feature your logo on the sponsor page & promotional materials. 

A big thank you to all of our sponsors who have signed on to be part of cdCon + GitOps Summit & Spinnaker Summit. Check out the sponsor page
We appreciate all contributions to our fundraising efforts on behalf of the community sponsors: Black Girls Code, She Code Africa, and Women Who Code.  
The fundraising goal for 2021 is $10,000, 
every contribution counts! 

Don't forget to register, it's FREE!







Invitation: DevOps & Hops - Central (cdCon Preview) @ Tue Jun 8, 2021 2:40pm - 4:30pm (MDT) (cdf-toc@lists.cd.foundation)

Jacque Salinas
 

You have been invited to the following event.

DevOps & Hops - Central (cdCon Preview)

When
Tue Jun 8, 2021 2:40pm – 4:30pm Mountain Time - Denver
Where
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAtdemvrzkqGN3XzQ0kMfkcRBjzdT5ubfEW (map)
Calendar
cdf-toc@...
Who
jsalinas@... - creator
cdf-toc@...
cdf-ambassadors@...
cdf-outreach@...
email addresses and I will add them.
IMPORTANT: Arrive to this meeting on time, 3:40PM (20 min prior to the event) so we can review the flow and work out any last-minute kinks before we go live. I also need that time to promote all of you to Co-hosts and assign you to breakout rooms.
Lightning pitches MUST be 5 min or less, and should only include 2-3 slides max
Featured talk MUST be 30 min or less and will be followed by 5-10 min Q&A
This is a casual event, so please feel free to have a drink on camera
POLLS: If you have a poll or two you would like to use to encourage some interaction, please send them to me ASAP. I will need to upload them ahead of time.
Agenda:
•Arrivals, socializing, trivia (10 min)
•Welcome message and Agenda (2 min)
•Lightning pitches (10-15 min)
•Featured Talk (30 min)
•Q&A (10min)
•Virtual Networking (2-3 rounds of 10 min each)
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me.
See you there!

Jim Shilts
jim@...
626-422-5434

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Invitation: DevOps & Hops - Pacific (Spinnaker Summit Preview) @ Wed May 5, 2021 4:40pm - 6:30pm (MDT) (cdf-toc@lists.cd.foundation)

Jacque Salinas
 

You have been invited to the following event.

DevOps & Hops - Pacific (Spinnaker Summit Preview)

When
Wed May 5, 2021 4:40pm – 6:30pm Mountain Time - Denver
Where
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEkdu-grDMpHtTP_NDb7fbuoiRCjVKLk9IV (map)
Calendar
cdf-toc@...
Who
jsalinas@... - creator
cdf-toc@...
cdf-ambassadors@...
cdf-outreach@...
email addresses and I will add them.
IMPORTANT: Arrive to this meeting on time, 3:40PM (20 min prior to the event) so we can review the flow and work out any last-minute kinks before we go live. I also need that time to promote all of you to Co-hosts and assign you to breakout rooms.
Lightning pitches MUST be 5 min or less, and should only include 2-3 slides max
Featured talk MUST be 30 min or less and will be followed by 5-10 min Q&A
This is a casual event, so please feel free to have a drink on camera
POLLS: If you have a poll or two you would like to use to encourage some interaction, please send them to me ASAP. I will need to upload them ahead of time.
Agenda:
•Arrivals, socializing, trivia (10 min)
•Welcome message and Agenda (2 min)
•Lightning pitches (10-15 min)
•Featured Talk (30 min)
•Q&A (10min)
•Virtual Networking (2-3 rounds of 10 min each)
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me.
See you there!
 
Jim Shilts
jim@...
626-422-5469

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cdCON 2021 W17 April 19 Update

Jacque Salinas
 


Hi CDF Community, 

We have reached a huge milestone with cdCon and co-lo events. The program is announced and all speakers have been notified. 
I encourage you to read the following blog: Programs ready: cdCon, GitOps Summit and Spinnaker Summit. This covers how the speakers were selected, a big thank you to the program committee who helped select and define the program. 

A big thank you to all of our sponsors who have signed on to be part of cdCon + GitOps Summit & Spinnaker Summit. Check out the sponsor page
We appreciate all contributions to our fundraising efforts on behalf of the community sponsors: Black Girls Code, She Code Africa, and Women Who Code.  
The fundraising goal for 2021 is $10,000, 
every contribution counts! 

Don't forget to register, it's FREE!





DevOps World CFP open - CDF track

Jacque Salinas
 

Hi CDF Community - 

The CDF plans to be a DevOps World sponsor w/a dedicated track. 

The CFP is open and all are welcomed to submit a paper under CDF track. We will have a committee review and select the talks for the CDF track within DevOps World. 

Please submit your papers by May 20, 2021! 

CDF Track Description - Join Continuous Delivery leaders, industry icons, practitioners and open source developers for a curated track of sessions that help improve the world’s capacity to deliver software with security and speed. Help drive the conversation of the future of software delivery for technology teams, enterprise leadership and open source communities. The CDF sponsored track is helping establish best practices of software delivery automation, propelling education and adoption of CD tools and facilitating cross-pollination across emerging technologies.

Share the news: 
#DevOpsWorld Call for Papers is now open! We’re looking for unique presentation proposals from across the industry - business, technical, and everything in between. Submit your session today! https://bit.ly/3sfo2Za #CallForPapers #CFP

devops world cfp 2021.jpeg
--
Jacqueline Salinas 
Continuous Delivery Foundation
Director of Ecosystem & Community
jsalinas@... 
408 218 0667






cdCON 2021 W16 April 12 Update

Jacque Salinas
 


Hi CDF Community, 

We have reached a huge milestone with cdCon and co-lo events. The program is announced and all speakers have been notified. 
I encourage you to read the following blog: Programs ready: cdCon, GitOps Summit and Spinnaker Summit. This covers how the speakers were selected, a big thank you to the program committee who helped select and define the program. 

A big thank you to all of our sponsors who have signed on to be part of cdCon + GitOps Summit & Spinnaker Summit. Check out the sponsor page
We appreciate all contributions to our fundraising efforts on behalf of the community sponsors: Black Girls Code, She Code Africa, and Women Who Code.  
The fundraising goal for 2021 is $10,000, 
every contribution counts! 

Don't forget to register, it's FREE!




cdCon + GitOps Summit + Spinnaker Summit: Talks accepted!

Jacque Salinas
 

Hi CDF Community, 

We invite you to check out the talks accepted for our upcoming events, cdCon + GitOps Summit + Spinnaker Summit. Don't forget to register! It's free. 


Thank you to the program committee for helping define the program on behalf of the CDF community. 

--
Jacqueline Salinas 
Continuous Delivery Foundation
Director of Ecosystem & Community
jsalinas@... 
408 218 0667






Re: [cdf-outreach] [cdf-gb] CDF Spring 2021 Election Results

Tiffany Jachja <tiffany.jachja@...>
 

Hi All,

Thank you for the opportunity to serve you all as the new outreach committee chair. I look forward to putting my best foot forward and helping where I can to have us reach our market and community goals! I’m sure we have a fun year ahead of us. 

Cheers and take care.

Tiffany 

On Tue, Apr 6, 2021 at 7:10 AM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Congrats everyone!


On Tue, Apr 6, 2021 at 12:26 PM Fatih Degirmenci <fdegir@...> wrote:
Thank you to all the End User Members for giving me the opportunity to join the TOC.
I am humbled and excited to be on the TOC and continue serving the community.

I would also like to thank all the community members for making CDF an awesome community.
Looking forward to an exciting year ahead!

/Fatih

On Thu, 1 Apr 2021 at 17:38, Jayne Groll <jgroll@...> wrote:
Here, here!  I would like to echo Tracy's thanks and for the honor of serving.

Looking forward to an exciting year ahead.

Jayne

On Thu, Apr 1, 2021 at 11:31 AM TracyRagan <tracy@...> wrote:
Thank you to all the General Members for giving me another year on the board.  As always, I will continue to advocate on your behalf. I'm also looking forward to working with the amazing Jayne Groll. 
Looking forward to meeting all of you in person sometime in the next year. 

On Wed, Mar 31, 2021 at 4:28 PM Gale McCommons <gmccommons@...> wrote:
Continuous Delivery Foundation,

The spring 2021 election cycle has concluded, and the results are in! Please find the names of the newly elected below, and congratulate them on their win.

Outreach Committee Chair: Tiffany Jachja
TOC End User: Fatih Degirmenci
General Member Representatives: Tracy Ragan, Jayne Groll

Please note, we have recently updated the charter to allow for two TOC end user seats. We will hold an election in April to determine who the second TOC End User representative will be for this term.

Thank you!
Gale

--
Gale McCommons
Program Manager, Linux Foundation
M: +1 210 367 1795



--
Kind Regards,

Tracy Ragan
CEO and Co-Founder / DeployHub / tel: + 1.505.424.6440/ mob: +1.505.780.0558
Follow me on: Blog / Twitter Facebook / LinkedIn / YouTube / GitHub
We make microservices easy. 




--
Tiffany Jachja
Technical Evangelist


Re: [cdf-outreach] [cdf-gb] CDF Spring 2021 Election Results

Oleg Nenashev
 

Congrats everyone!


On Tue, Apr 6, 2021 at 12:26 PM Fatih Degirmenci <fdegir@...> wrote:
Thank you to all the End User Members for giving me the opportunity to join the TOC.
I am humbled and excited to be on the TOC and continue serving the community.

I would also like to thank all the community members for making CDF an awesome community.
Looking forward to an exciting year ahead!

/Fatih

On Thu, 1 Apr 2021 at 17:38, Jayne Groll <jgroll@...> wrote:
Here, here!  I would like to echo Tracy's thanks and for the honor of serving.

Looking forward to an exciting year ahead.

Jayne

On Thu, Apr 1, 2021 at 11:31 AM TracyRagan <tracy@...> wrote:
Thank you to all the General Members for giving me another year on the board.  As always, I will continue to advocate on your behalf. I'm also looking forward to working with the amazing Jayne Groll. 
Looking forward to meeting all of you in person sometime in the next year. 

On Wed, Mar 31, 2021 at 4:28 PM Gale McCommons <gmccommons@...> wrote:
Continuous Delivery Foundation,

The spring 2021 election cycle has concluded, and the results are in! Please find the names of the newly elected below, and congratulate them on their win.

Outreach Committee Chair: Tiffany Jachja
TOC End User: Fatih Degirmenci
General Member Representatives: Tracy Ragan, Jayne Groll

Please note, we have recently updated the charter to allow for two TOC end user seats. We will hold an election in April to determine who the second TOC End User representative will be for this term.

Thank you!
Gale

--
Gale McCommons
Program Manager, Linux Foundation
M: +1 210 367 1795



--
Kind Regards,

Tracy Ragan
CEO and Co-Founder / DeployHub / tel: + 1.505.424.6440/ mob: +1.505.780.0558
Follow me on: Blog / Twitter Facebook / LinkedIn / YouTube / GitHub
We make microservices easy. 





Re: [cdf-outreach] [cdf-gb] CDF Spring 2021 Election Results

Fatih Degirmenci
 

Thank you to all the End User Members for giving me the opportunity to join the TOC.
I am humbled and excited to be on the TOC and continue serving the community.

I would also like to thank all the community members for making CDF an awesome community.
Looking forward to an exciting year ahead!

/Fatih

On Thu, 1 Apr 2021 at 17:38, Jayne Groll <jgroll@...> wrote:
Here, here!  I would like to echo Tracy's thanks and for the honor of serving.

Looking forward to an exciting year ahead.

Jayne

On Thu, Apr 1, 2021 at 11:31 AM TracyRagan <tracy@...> wrote:
Thank you to all the General Members for giving me another year on the board.  As always, I will continue to advocate on your behalf. I'm also looking forward to working with the amazing Jayne Groll. 
Looking forward to meeting all of you in person sometime in the next year. 

On Wed, Mar 31, 2021 at 4:28 PM Gale McCommons <gmccommons@...> wrote:
Continuous Delivery Foundation,

The spring 2021 election cycle has concluded, and the results are in! Please find the names of the newly elected below, and congratulate them on their win.

Outreach Committee Chair: Tiffany Jachja
TOC End User: Fatih Degirmenci
General Member Representatives: Tracy Ragan, Jayne Groll

Please note, we have recently updated the charter to allow for two TOC end user seats. We will hold an election in April to determine who the second TOC End User representative will be for this term.

Thank you!
Gale

--
Gale McCommons
Program Manager, Linux Foundation
M: +1 210 367 1795



--
Kind Regards,

Tracy Ragan
CEO and Co-Founder / DeployHub / tel: + 1.505.424.6440/ mob: +1.505.780.0558
Follow me on: Blog / Twitter Facebook / LinkedIn / YouTube / GitHub
We make microservices easy. 




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