Date   

deputy chair proposed update to charter

Tracy Ragan
 


Current:

f) The TOC representatives will elect a chair to preside over meetings, ensure minutes are taken and drive the TOC agenda with input from the TOC representatives, who will also serve as the TOC Representative. At the inception of the Directed Fund and for an initial one-year term, the chair and TOC Representative will be Kohsuke Kawaguchi.


Proposed: 


f) The TOC representatives will elect a chair and deputy chair. The role of the chair is to preside over meetings, ensure minutes are taken and drive the TOC agenda with input from the TOC representatives. The role of the deputy chair is to collaborate with and support the chair in all roles, including presiding over meetings, ensuring minutes are taken, and driving the TOC agenda at the request of the TOC chair.



Remove: At the inception of the Directed Fund and for an initial one-year term, the chair and TOC Representative will be Kohsuke Kawaguchi.



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Invitation: CDF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) Meeting @ Every 2 weeks from 16:00 to 17:00 on Tuesday from Tue 17 Jan to Tue 14 Mar (GMT) (cdf-toc@lists.cd.foundation)

Andrea Frittoli
 

CDF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) Meeting
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ELECTED | CDFs has a new TOC Chair

Michelle Martineau
 

Please join me in congratulating Andrea Frittoli as the 2023 TOC Chair. 
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We thank all of our nominees and those who participated in voting this year.

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Re: [cdf-gb] CDF TOC Chair Voting is Underway

David Lai
 

Michelle,

 

Please provide the voting link.

 

Thanks,

David

 

From: cdf-gb@... <cdf-gb@...> on behalf of Michelle Martineau via lists.cd.foundation <mmartineau=linuxfoundation.org@...>
Date: Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at 8:46 AM
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Subject: [cdf-gb] CDF TOC Chair Voting is Underway

Hello CDF TOC,

Thank you to all who participated in the CDF TOC Chair nomination period. We have 2 very qualified candidates for the TOC members to select from this year, you can read their Statements of Intent below. Ballots have been sent to the TOC voting members: Jithin Emmanuel, Tracy Ragan, Melissa McKay, Andrea Frittoli, Robert Reeves, Emil Bäckmark, Justin Abrahms, and Steve Taylor. Voting is open through January 10th, 2023 and the new Char will be seated on January 17th at the first TOC meeting of the year.



Happy Holidays to you and your families!

 

 

Melissa McKay Nomination Statement

Melissa McKay
Developer Advocate, JFrog

STATEMENT OF INTENT

My commitment serving as the TOC Chair will be to focus my energies on supporting the CDF mission and building robust collaboration with the projects and communities within the CD ecosystem that will be sustainable beyond the end of the term. I will work diligently with the CDF Governing Board and our TOC members to troubleshoot existing issues and establish solutions to help projects better organize and better communicate needs to the broader community. In observing existing projects (both CDF projects and others), I see a lot of opportunity for cross collaboration and helping newer projects and their communities benefit from the learnings of more established projects.

As we start a fresh new year, I want to make sure we devote time to ensuring the sustainability of our efforts. As chair I will work to establish new ways of getting feedback from our maintainers, providing open office hours for 1:1 conversations, and actively pursuing new and interesting projects that further the CDF mission. With your support, I will put considerable effort into bringing new viewpoints and participation into the CDF in order to establish a rich pool of community members from which we will pull our future leaders. Your time commitment as TOC members is valuable and I will work to ensure that it is not wasted, that you have clear goals, and that your contributions in your positions are acknowledged and are used to improve the foundation of the TOC for future members.

During the last couple of years of my participation with the CD Foundation, I’ve had the privilege of meeting and working with a group of incredibly intelligent, inspiring and motivating people. I’ve found here in the CD Foundation, areas of need where my experience as a developer, a lead engineer, a team liaison, and communicator will benefit our community and be an asset to the CDF. It is with this in mind that I know I will excel as the next TOC Chair.

BACKGROUND / BIO

For over 20 years I’ve worked as a software engineer on internal corporate teams. This is where I delved deep into learning and improving CI/CD tools, processes, and strategies to help our team succeed with our development and delivery goals. I am a Java Champion and Docker Captain, have spoken at international events including Kubecon and DockerCon, and co-authored the O'Reilly title, DevOps Tools for Java Developers book. I am a Developer Advocate with JFrog and work with the community sharing the skills I’ve learned throughout my career and to continue the lifetime learning necessary for our communities and technologists to adapt to the fast pace of change in this space.

My experience as a developer and a team lead give me a perspective where I can offer both empathy and strategic support to the existing and potential software projects that operate under the CDF. Through participation in developer communities and public speaking at events all over the world, my access to a broader audience of technologists from both the open source and corporate worlds puts me in a good position to pursue opportunities where I can be of service.

Andrea Frittoli Nomination Statement

Andrea Frittoli
Open Source Advocate, IBM

STSTEMENT OF INTENT

My tenets as chair will be transparency, collaboration and efficiency, in the style of serving leadership.

Transparency: The TOC shall support projects and special interest groups (SIGs) with their open governance, public roadmap and periodic assessment. It shall foster regular communication through the respective TOC sponsors as well as through regular updates to be presented to the TOC.
Collaboration: The TOC shall create spaces for regular show-and-tells from the projects and SIGs to share experiences, achievements and learnings. The TOC shall foster interoperability efforts.
Efficiency: The TOC shall help the project make the most of the CDF services available to projects, promote transparency in infrastructure costs, share savings learned lessons across projects, and create awareness about available marketing resources.

The TOC exists to serve projects and SIGs, and help them flourish and be successful.

My first experience with the CD Foundation was in 2019 when Tekton was donated as a founding project.
Since then, I joined various special interest groups, co-founded CDEvents, and joined the foundation TOC and the governing board.
Along the way, I met many amazing and talented individuals, made new friends and learned continuously from the people in this great community.

I deeply care about the CD Foundation and its mission to “foster and sustain the ecosystem of open-source, vendor-neutral projects through collaborations and interoperability”, and I would be honoured to have to opportunity to further serve this community as chair of the Technical Oversight committee.

I believe that my personal experiences working on large-scale CI/CD systems, my 10 years of contributing to open source as a maintainer and leader as well as my passion and dedication to the CD Foundation community make me a strong candidate for this position.

Background / Bio

Andrea Frittoli is a Developer Advocate at IBM and an open source enthusiast.
In his career, he has worked in different roles related to software and its lifecycle, from development to operations.
In the last 10 years, he has focused on open source software, where he served various communities in leadership roles.

Andrea contributed to OpenStack for several years; in that community, where he learned about the importance of transparency and collaboration in open source.
For OpenStack, Andrea focused on testing, continuous integration and interoperability. He was the project technical lead of the OpenStack QA project for two terms (1 year) and he also worked closely with the OpenStack interoperability working group.

Andrea is the co-founder of CDEvents and member of the project governing board since 2022. In that role, he organised CDEventsCon and a community summit and lead the implementation of the project’s first release.
For Tekton, Andrea serves on the governing board since 2020. Some of his achievements in that role have been facilitating the transition from bootstrap governance to a formal one, organising a community summit, working with the CDF and Trails of Bits to deliver a security audit for the project, implementing LTS policies and leading the work for the graduation of the project.

At the CDF, Andrea is co-chair of the CDF SIG Events and he contributes to other SIGs as well. He serves on the Technical Oversight Committee and he’s maintainer representative on the Governing Board.

Andrea is a frequent speaker at Open Source conferences and has presented his work at cdCon, KubeCon+CloudNativeCon, FOSSASIA, FOSDEM, FOSS Backstage, OpenStack summits, Open Source Summits and several more.

 

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CDF TOC Chair Voting is Underway

Michelle Martineau
 

Hello CDF TOC,
Thank you to all who participated in the CDF TOC Chair nomination period. We have 2 very qualified candidates for the TOC members to select from this year, you can read their Statements of Intent below. Ballots have been sent to the TOC voting members: Jithin Emmanuel, Tracy Ragan, Melissa McKay, Andrea Frittoli, Robert Reeves, Emil Bäckmark, Justin Abrahms, and Steve Taylor. Voting is open through January 10th, 2023 and the new Char will be seated on January 17th at the first TOC meeting of the year.

Happy Holidays to you and your families!


Melissa McKay Nomination Statement

Melissa McKay
Developer Advocate, JFrog

STATEMENT OF INTENT

My commitment serving as the TOC Chair will be to focus my energies on supporting the CDF mission and building robust collaboration with the projects and communities within the CD ecosystem that will be sustainable beyond the end of the term. I will work diligently with the CDF Governing Board and our TOC members to troubleshoot existing issues and establish solutions to help projects better organize and better communicate needs to the broader community. In observing existing projects (both CDF projects and others), I see a lot of opportunity for cross collaboration and helping newer projects and their communities benefit from the learnings of more established projects.

As we start a fresh new year, I want to make sure we devote time to ensuring the sustainability of our efforts. As chair I will work to establish new ways of getting feedback from our maintainers, providing open office hours for 1:1 conversations, and actively pursuing new and interesting projects that further the CDF mission. With your support, I will put considerable effort into bringing new viewpoints and participation into the CDF in order to establish a rich pool of community members from which we will pull our future leaders. Your time commitment as TOC members is valuable and I will work to ensure that it is not wasted, that you have clear goals, and that your contributions in your positions are acknowledged and are used to improve the foundation of the TOC for future members.

During the last couple of years of my participation with the CD Foundation, I’ve had the privilege of meeting and working with a group of incredibly intelligent, inspiring and motivating people. I’ve found here in the CD Foundation, areas of need where my experience as a developer, a lead engineer, a team liaison, and communicator will benefit our community and be an asset to the CDF. It is with this in mind that I know I will excel as the next TOC Chair.

BACKGROUND / BIO

For over 20 years I’ve worked as a software engineer on internal corporate teams. This is where I delved deep into learning and improving CI/CD tools, processes, and strategies to help our team succeed with our development and delivery goals. I am a Java Champion and Docker Captain, have spoken at international events including Kubecon and DockerCon, and co-authored the O'Reilly title, DevOps Tools for Java Developers book. I am a Developer Advocate with JFrog and work with the community sharing the skills I’ve learned throughout my career and to continue the lifetime learning necessary for our communities and technologists to adapt to the fast pace of change in this space.

My experience as a developer and a team lead give me a perspective where I can offer both empathy and strategic support to the existing and potential software projects that operate under the CDF. Through participation in developer communities and public speaking at events all over the world, my access to a broader audience of technologists from both the open source and corporate worlds puts me in a good position to pursue opportunities where I can be of service.

Andrea Frittoli Nomination Statement

Andrea Frittoli
Open Source Advocate, IBM

STSTEMENT OF INTENT

My tenets as chair will be transparency, collaboration and efficiency, in the style of serving leadership.

Transparency: The TOC shall support projects and special interest groups (SIGs) with their open governance, public roadmap and periodic assessment. It shall foster regular communication through the respective TOC sponsors as well as through regular updates to be presented to the TOC.
Collaboration: The TOC shall create spaces for regular show-and-tells from the projects and SIGs to share experiences, achievements and learnings. The TOC shall foster interoperability efforts.
Efficiency: The TOC shall help the project make the most of the CDF services available to projects, promote transparency in infrastructure costs, share savings learned lessons across projects, and create awareness about available marketing resources.

The TOC exists to serve projects and SIGs, and help them flourish and be successful.

My first experience with the CD Foundation was in 2019 when Tekton was donated as a founding project.
Since then, I joined various special interest groups, co-founded CDEvents, and joined the foundation TOC and the governing board.
Along the way, I met many amazing and talented individuals, made new friends and learned continuously from the people in this great community.

I deeply care about the CD Foundation and its mission to “foster and sustain the ecosystem of open-source, vendor-neutral projects through collaborations and interoperability”, and I would be honoured to have to opportunity to further serve this community as chair of the Technical Oversight committee.

I believe that my personal experiences working on large-scale CI/CD systems, my 10 years of contributing to open source as a maintainer and leader as well as my passion and dedication to the CD Foundation community make me a strong candidate for this position.

Background / Bio

Andrea Frittoli is a Developer Advocate at IBM and an open source enthusiast.
In his career, he has worked in different roles related to software and its lifecycle, from development to operations.
In the last 10 years, he has focused on open source software, where he served various communities in leadership roles.

Andrea contributed to OpenStack for several years; in that community, where he learned about the importance of transparency and collaboration in open source.
For OpenStack, Andrea focused on testing, continuous integration and interoperability. He was the project technical lead of the OpenStack QA project for two terms (1 year) and he also worked closely with the OpenStack interoperability working group.

Andrea is the co-founder of CDEvents and member of the project governing board since 2022. In that role, he organised CDEventsCon and a community summit and lead the implementation of the project’s first release.
For Tekton, Andrea serves on the governing board since 2020. Some of his achievements in that role have been facilitating the transition from bootstrap governance to a formal one, organising a community summit, working with the CDF and Trails of Bits to deliver a security audit for the project, implementing LTS policies and leading the work for the graduation of the project.

At the CDF, Andrea is co-chair of the CDF SIG Events and he contributes to other SIGs as well. He serves on the Technical Oversight Committee and he’s maintainer representative on the Governing Board.

Andrea is a frequent speaker at Open Source conferences and has presented his work at cdCon, KubeCon+CloudNativeCon, FOSSASIA, FOSDEM, FOSS Backstage, OpenStack summits, Open Source Summits and several more.


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REMINDER| TOC Chair Nomination Period Is Open

Michelle Martineau
 

REMINDER*********
Submit Your nomination HEREThe nomination period for The TOC Chair is open
Individuals interested in running for this position or individuals interested to nominate others must record the nominations under this GitHub issue. Please note that only the current members of the TOC are eligible to nominate themselves or be nominated by other members of the TOC.Please include:
  • Name of the candidate
  • Their biography and statement of intent on why they would be a good person to hold the position.
  • Any other relevant Information
If you are nominating someone other than yourself, please confirm their interest privately BEFORE you nominate them publicly. It is also required that individuals nominated by others accept their nominations directly under this GitHub issue.Responsibilities:
Please see this document for the role description, responsibilities, and time commitment.Election Timeline:
December 12, 2022, 11:45am EST: Start of nomination period for the TOC Chair
December 21, 2022, 11:45pm EST: End of self-nomination period for the TOC Chair
December 21, 2022, 11:45pm EST: Start of voting period
January 10, 20239, 11:45pm EST: End of voting period and results announced
January 17, 2023: The new chair gets seated during TOC Meeting
Term: January 17, 2023 - January 15, 2024 (edited) 

MICHELLE MARTINEAU | PROGRAM MANAGER

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TOC Update: Stepping down as a TOC Chair (but not a member) and a Governance Board Member

Oleg Nenashev
 

Dear all,

As it was discussed at the TOC Meeting on December 06, I’m stepping down from the roles of the CDF technical oversight committee chair and the CDF Governing Board members. This change is effective immediately.

I made this decision after the conversation with Fatih Degirmenci and Steven Chin on November 30th, 2022. Steven wanted me to either commit 100% time and effort to the foundation and to start pushing all bits and growing excitement, or to step down. Steven and Fatih disagreed with the original co-chair idea or other enablement programs for other TOC members that we planned for at the TOC. Instead, their desire is to have a strong leader sponsored by one of the foundation member companies. And I agree with them.

To survive and flourish, the foundation needs somebody to drive the technical programs and to proactively engage with member projects, companies, end users and contributors. Indeed it is a full-time effort for a foundation that includes massive projects like Jenkins, Tekton or Spinnaker with hundreds thousands of installations. On many occasions at the TOC and Board meetings, I suggested hiring technical program managers for the foundation to facilitate programs and technical partnerships. I do feel strongly that such a role is needed, and indeed it has to be a full-time job if we want the foundation to succeed. And yes, a TOC Chair could hold this role. But no, it is not me. I neither can nor want to commit so much time to the Continuous Delivery Foundation at the moment.

As you probably remember, during the TOC Chair elections in August I explicitly declared my limited availability due to many commitments and due to the ongoing war in Ukraine and personal events. These events created a lot of pressure on me, and I could not be available for the TOC matters beyond minimum required responsibilities as it was discussed with the team. This is why we discussed options of deputy chairs and co-chairs, and this is why I declared enabling and onboarding the next TOC chair my key priority. I also explicitly announced the decision to step down in August 2023 the latest. For me, my health and my family are the top priority. After the conversation with Steven and Fatih and their feedback, I just step down earlier than it was planned. C’est la vie.

What's next for the TOC? Fatih and Michelle will be organizing the next elections soon. I am working with them to expand the role definition in accordance with the expectations communicated by Steven and Fatih. The requirements should be live soon, and the election nominations should happen afterwards. For the activities I've been coordinating, e.g. the TOC roadmap, I expect other TOC members to step up and drive it together as we've always discussed it. I strongly believe that the TOC Chair is just a nominal person, and all TOC members have equal rights and responsibilities when it comes to driving the technical roadmap and the initiatives of the foundation.

What's next for me? First of all, I am not leaving the TOC. I will remain on the committee, at least until the new project representative elections happen in June. I will keep representing Jenkins on the TOC, and I will keep contributing to the initiatives I am interested in and want to support (e.g. CDEvents). At the same time, my availability will be limited due to health and personal reasons, and I make no commitment beyond participating as a general TOC member. Whomever becomes a new TOC chair, I will do my best to assist them and to provide knowledge transfers.

I cordially wish the foundation, all its members, and the next TOC Chair success! I am looking forward to contributing to it.

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev
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TOC Chair Nomination Period Is OPEN!

Michelle Martineau
 

Submit Your nomination HEREThe nomination period for The TOC Chair is open
Individuals interested in running for this position or individuals interested to nominate others must record the nominations under this GitHub issue. Please note that only the current members of the TOC are eligible to nominate themselves or be nominated by other members of the TOC.Please include:
  • Name of the candidate
  • Their biography and statement of intent on why they would be a good person to hold the position.
  • Any other relevant Information
If you are nominating someone other than yourself, please confirm their interest privately BEFORE you nominate them publicly. It is also required that individuals nominated by others accept their nominations directly under this GitHub issue.Responsibilities:
Please see this document for the role description, responsibilities, and time commitment.Election Timeline:
December 12, 2022, 11:45am EST: Start of nomination period for the TOC Chair
December 21, 2022, 11:45pm EST: End of self-nomination period for the TOC Chair
December 21, 2022, 11:45pm EST: Start of voting period
January 10, 20239, 11:45pm EST: End of voting period and results announced
January 17, 2023: The new chair gets seated during TOC Meeting
Term: January 17, 2023 - January 15, 2024 (edited) 

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Invitation: CDF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) Meeting @ Every 2 weeks from 17:00 to 18:00 on Tuesday 2 times (CET) (cdf-toc@lists.cd.foundation)

Fatih Degirmenci
 

CDF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) Meeting
Agenda:&nbsp;https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uBHar55fTInWF9Li4t0lyG3tTC8BRLU0FfBfsgk_Jrs/edit?ts=5c9580beConference Bridge:&nbsp;https://zoom.us/j/262239698?pwd=NWhQWjg2UUdKT0ZxYW1CSElwbDVodz09Zoo
 
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Zoom Meeting ID: 262 239 698
Zoom Passcode: 450854

Repository: https://github.com/cdfoundation/toc  

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Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

Oleg Nenashev
 

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@...> wrote:
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.

Robert

On Oct 17, 2022, at 3:16 AM, Oleg Nenashev via lists.cd.foundation <o.v.nenashev=gmail.com@...> wrote:


Hi all,

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.

Best regards,
Oleg

On Mon, Oct 17, 2022 at 9:30 AM Jithin Emmanuel <jithin1987@...> wrote:
+1

--
Jithin

On Tue, Oct 11, 2022 at 11:16 AM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Dear all,

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.

References:
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!

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair






--
Thanks
Jithin Emmanuel


Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

Robert Reeves
 

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.

Robert

On Oct 17, 2022, at 3:16 AM, Oleg Nenashev via lists.cd.foundation <o.v.nenashev=gmail.com@...> wrote:


Hi all,

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.

Best regards,
Oleg

On Mon, Oct 17, 2022 at 9:30 AM Jithin Emmanuel <jithin1987@...> wrote:
+1

--
Jithin

On Tue, Oct 11, 2022 at 11:16 AM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Dear all,

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.

References:
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!

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair






--
Thanks
Jithin Emmanuel


Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

Oleg Nenashev
 

Hi all,

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.

Best regards,
Oleg

On Mon, Oct 17, 2022 at 9:30 AM Jithin Emmanuel <jithin1987@...> wrote:
+1

--
Jithin

On Tue, Oct 11, 2022 at 11:16 AM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Dear all,

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.

References:
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!

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair






--
Thanks
Jithin Emmanuel


Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

Jithin Emanuel
 

+1

--
Jithin


On Tue, Oct 11, 2022 at 11:16 AM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Dear all,

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.

References:
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!

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair






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Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

Brad McCoy
 

+1 non-binding, Go Tekton!

On Fri, Oct 14, 2022 at 1:27 AM Lori Lorusso (JFrog) via lists.cd.foundation <loril=jfrog.com@...> wrote:
+1


Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

Lori Lorusso (JFrog) <loril@...>
 

+1


Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

Tracy Miranda
 

+1

On Tue, Oct 11, 2022 at 6:45 PM <tequilarista@...> wrote:
+1 non-binding


Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

tequilarista@...
 

+1 non-binding


Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

Mark Waite
 

+1


On Tue, Oct 11, 2022, 12:16 PM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Dear all,

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.

References:
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!

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair





Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

David Lai
 

+1

 

From: cdf-toc@... <cdf-toc@...> On Behalf Of Tracy Ragan via lists.cd.foundation
Sent: Tuesday, October 11, 2022 1:34 PM
To: Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...>
Cc: cdf-toc <cdf-toc@...>
Subject: Re: [cdf-toc] [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

 

+1 

 

On Tue, Oct 11, 2022 at 12:16 PM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:

Dear all,

 

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.

 

References:

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!

 

Best regards,

Oleg Nenashev

CDF TOC Chair

 




 

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Re: [VOTE] - Tekton graduation in the CDF

Tracy Ragan
 

+1 

On Tue, Oct 11, 2022 at 12:16 PM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Dear all,

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.

References:
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!

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair






--
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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