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[CDF Webinar promotion]: CDF officially launches webinar program!

Jacque Salinas
 

Hello folks! 

Coming soon to a computer screen near you... Tune in for the CDF's 1st webinar! Please help us promote this upcoming webinar to help drive registration. Cheers! 

Webinar Title: Evolving Your Pipeline for Microservices Management with DeployHub

Webinar Host: Tracy Ragan, CEO of DeployHub & CDF Governing Board Member

Webinar Date & Time: May 26, 2020 @ 11am PST.

Webinar Summary: As you migrate to microservice you will quickly begin to see that your CD pipeline needs some tweaking. With microservices you shift your focus to pushing loosely coupled and independently deployed services to your cluster versus installing a complete software application. You no longer have a broad packaging step that defines an application version in the same way as you do in traditional methods. Tracking your application versions is still critical to the overall health of your CD pipeline from tracking change requests to making data-driven decisions about new releases. In this webinar, we will review how you can use DeployHub to map and version the logical view of your application even when it has been decoupled. We will show how DeployHub evolves your CD pipeline to support a microservice implementation while still tracking your application’s complete configuration.


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




Re: Project Graduations

Dan Lorenc <dlorenc@...>
 

Thanks Oleg!

I'd like to avoid making this a moving target by accident as we progress. Like you point out, the incoming changes in https://github.com/cdfoundation/toc/pull/76 add some extra requirements that aren't in the existing https://github.com/cdfoundation/toc/blob/master/PROJECT_LIFECYCLE.md document.

I just opened a PR to add these requirements, the TOC can discuss and vote, and then we can submit a proposal for Jenkins: https://github.com/cdfoundation/toc/pull/79

I think we'll need to quickly get a plan together for security audits at the CDF level.

Dan Lorenc

On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 10:42 AM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Hi all,

As a Jenkins board member, I would be interested in passing through the official CDF graduation checklist and review. From what I see on https://github.com/cdfoundation/toc/blob/master/PROJECT_LIFECYCLE.md the Jenkins project fully meets the "graduated project" criteria though IIUC there are some incoming changes like https://github.com/cdfoundation/toc/pull/76 (CII requirement, 3rd-party security audit, etc.). It would be great to see the final list of requirements before we take it to the Jenkins community and discuss it there.

I also have a question about a 3rd-party security audit defined by Dan Lopez in https://github.com/cdfoundation/toc/pull/76. It may cost a lot for a big project like Jenkins if we want to have a formal security audit by a 3rd party. Just in case, does CDF have budget allocated for such audit in CDF projects? If not, such criteria may become a major obstacle.

Thanks in advance,
Oleg


On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 5:29 PM Tracy Miranda <tmiranda@...> wrote:
+1 good to have clarity then dog-food our own processes. 

While it might be strange for some to see Jenkins 'graduate' think it will be good due-diligence and a good example for rest of the projects (not to mention more reasons to celebrate!)

Tracy

On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 11:27 AM Dan Lorenc via lists.cd.foundation <dlorenc=google.com@...> wrote:
Hey Everyone,

There's been some confusion around CDF project graduation/incubation statuses and I want to try to clear that up. If I remember correctly, when the initial projects came into the CDF we decided to keep them all at incubation status, even though some were likely to graduate quickly.

The plan was to firm up the graduation criteria, then move the more mature projects through this process as a trial run.

Does that still make sense to everyone? If so, I'd like to take a pass at the graduation criteria, then start to move Jenkins through to make sure the process makes sense and works.

Dan Lorenc


[Podcast promotion] The Pipeline: All things CI/CD & DevOps hosted by the CDF (launching 1st episode)

Jacque Salinas
 

Hello all, 

I am so excited to announce the first episode of The Pipeline: All things CI/CD & DevOps Podcast is officially launching on April 27, 2020! 

We would greatly appreciate it if you could share via your social channels. I have included a link to our tweet and LinkedIn post for you to like, share, or comment. I've also attached a promotional soundbite if you feel like putting your own spin on the tagline. 

​Episode 1:  Configuration Management - Needed Now More Than Ever 

Episode Summary:

Tracy Ragan serves as the CDF Board Member Representative and is the CEO of DeployHub, the first microservice management platform.  In this episode we will explore the new world of microservice development and discuss why configuration management is more critical today than it has ever been. With the diminishing role of the compile/link process in a microservice architecture, the process of configuration management has shifted to run-time where services are loosely coupled. Tracy will explain how this shift impacts everything from managing change requests to updates of microservices to your cluster.



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Jacqueline Salinas 
Continuous Delivery Foundation
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Re: Project Graduations

Oleg Nenashev
 

Hi all,

As a Jenkins board member, I would be interested in passing through the official CDF graduation checklist and review. From what I see on https://github.com/cdfoundation/toc/blob/master/PROJECT_LIFECYCLE.md the Jenkins project fully meets the "graduated project" criteria though IIUC there are some incoming changes like https://github.com/cdfoundation/toc/pull/76 (CII requirement, 3rd-party security audit, etc.). It would be great to see the final list of requirements before we take it to the Jenkins community and discuss it there.

I also have a question about a 3rd-party security audit defined by Dan Lopez in https://github.com/cdfoundation/toc/pull/76. It may cost a lot for a big project like Jenkins if we want to have a formal security audit by a 3rd party. Just in case, does CDF have budget allocated for such audit in CDF projects? If not, such criteria may become a major obstacle.

Thanks in advance,
Oleg


On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 5:29 PM Tracy Miranda <tmiranda@...> wrote:
+1 good to have clarity then dog-food our own processes. 

While it might be strange for some to see Jenkins 'graduate' think it will be good due-diligence and a good example for rest of the projects (not to mention more reasons to celebrate!)

Tracy

On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 11:27 AM Dan Lorenc via lists.cd.foundation <dlorenc=google.com@...> wrote:
Hey Everyone,

There's been some confusion around CDF project graduation/incubation statuses and I want to try to clear that up. If I remember correctly, when the initial projects came into the CDF we decided to keep them all at incubation status, even though some were likely to graduate quickly.

The plan was to firm up the graduation criteria, then move the more mature projects through this process as a trial run.

Does that still make sense to everyone? If so, I'd like to take a pass at the graduation criteria, then start to move Jenkins through to make sure the process makes sense and works.

Dan Lorenc


Re: Project Graduations

Tracy Miranda <tmiranda@...>
 

+1 good to have clarity then dog-food our own processes. 

While it might be strange for some to see Jenkins 'graduate' think it will be good due-diligence and a good example for rest of the projects (not to mention more reasons to celebrate!)

Tracy

On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 11:27 AM Dan Lorenc via lists.cd.foundation <dlorenc=google.com@...> wrote:
Hey Everyone,

There's been some confusion around CDF project graduation/incubation statuses and I want to try to clear that up. If I remember correctly, when the initial projects came into the CDF we decided to keep them all at incubation status, even though some were likely to graduate quickly.

The plan was to firm up the graduation criteria, then move the more mature projects through this process as a trial run.

Does that still make sense to everyone? If so, I'd like to take a pass at the graduation criteria, then start to move Jenkins through to make sure the process makes sense and works.

Dan Lorenc


Project Graduations

Dan Lorenc <dlorenc@...>
 

Hey Everyone,

There's been some confusion around CDF project graduation/incubation statuses and I want to try to clear that up. If I remember correctly, when the initial projects came into the CDF we decided to keep them all at incubation status, even though some were likely to graduate quickly.

The plan was to firm up the graduation criteria, then move the more mature projects through this process as a trial run.

Does that still make sense to everyone? If so, I'd like to take a pass at the graduation criteria, then start to move Jenkins through to make sure the process makes sense and works.

Dan Lorenc


Re: 2020 CDF Governing Board Chairperson Announcement

Kara de la Marck
 

Congratulations, Tracy! Awesome news!!!

The CDF has benefited enormously from your leadership and involvement -- exciting to think what the future will bring!



On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 8:18 PM Alejandro Saucedo <as@...> wrote:
Amazing news!! Congratulations Tracy!!


Best wishes,


Alejandro Saucedo

Engineering Director (Machine Learning) at Seldon


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On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 7:44 PM Jose Carlos Hernandez Cuellar <jchc1987@...> wrote:
Congratulations, Tracy.

Regards…!

---
Carlos Cuellar
+52 5512565893

En 21 de abril de 2020 en 10:14:37, Dan Lopez (dlopez@...) escrito:

Hello CDF Community

We are excited to announce that Tracy Miranda, Director of Open Source Community at CloudBees, has been elected as chair of the CD Foundation Governing Board. CloudBees is a Premier Member of the CD Foundation, and Tracy has been deeply involved in CD Foundation activities over the past year, serving on the Governing Board, helping craft the 9 Strategic Goals of the foundation, and participating in CD Foundation events around the globe. 

“I’m excited and honoured to be elected chair of the CD Foundation governing board. I join all CDF members in expressing sincere thanks to Kim Lewandowski for great progress in our first 12 months. Recent global events highlight how continuous software delivery is critical to every industry. The CDF will increasingly drive many key initiatives in this space, and I am excited to work with CDF members and the broader CI/CD community to pursue the CDF’s 9 Strategic Goals and move the CDF forward.” - Tracy Miranda

The CD Foundation Governing Board raises, budgets and spends funds in support of CI/CD open source and standards projects. According to the CD Foundation, the Chair is responsible for the overall management of the foundation’s budget, and “will preside over meetings of the Governing Board, manage any day-to-day operational decisions, and will submit minutes for Governing Board approval.” The full charter is available here.

Tracy succeeds Kim Lewandowski, Product Manager at Google, who served as the CD Foundation’s first Governing Board chair.

Blog Post announcement: https://cd.foundation/blog/2020/04/21/new-chair-of-cd-foundation-governing-board-elected/

Best,
--
Dan Lopez
The Linux Foundation
+1 415.735.5881


Re: 2020 CDF Governing Board Chairperson Announcement

Alejandro Saucedo
 

Amazing news!! Congratulations Tracy!!


Best wishes,


Alejandro Saucedo

Engineering Director (Machine Learning) at Seldon


Seldon secures £2.7m in Seed round led by Amadeus.

 

Seldon Technologies Ltd, Rise London (map). Registered in England & Wales, No. 9188032. VAT GB 258424587. Privacy Policy.



On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 7:44 PM Jose Carlos Hernandez Cuellar <jchc1987@...> wrote:
Congratulations, Tracy.

Regards…!

---
Carlos Cuellar
+52 5512565893

En 21 de abril de 2020 en 10:14:37, Dan Lopez (dlopez@...) escrito:

Hello CDF Community

We are excited to announce that Tracy Miranda, Director of Open Source Community at CloudBees, has been elected as chair of the CD Foundation Governing Board. CloudBees is a Premier Member of the CD Foundation, and Tracy has been deeply involved in CD Foundation activities over the past year, serving on the Governing Board, helping craft the 9 Strategic Goals of the foundation, and participating in CD Foundation events around the globe. 

“I’m excited and honoured to be elected chair of the CD Foundation governing board. I join all CDF members in expressing sincere thanks to Kim Lewandowski for great progress in our first 12 months. Recent global events highlight how continuous software delivery is critical to every industry. The CDF will increasingly drive many key initiatives in this space, and I am excited to work with CDF members and the broader CI/CD community to pursue the CDF’s 9 Strategic Goals and move the CDF forward.” - Tracy Miranda

The CD Foundation Governing Board raises, budgets and spends funds in support of CI/CD open source and standards projects. According to the CD Foundation, the Chair is responsible for the overall management of the foundation’s budget, and “will preside over meetings of the Governing Board, manage any day-to-day operational decisions, and will submit minutes for Governing Board approval.” The full charter is available here.

Tracy succeeds Kim Lewandowski, Product Manager at Google, who served as the CD Foundation’s first Governing Board chair.

Blog Post announcement: https://cd.foundation/blog/2020/04/21/new-chair-of-cd-foundation-governing-board-elected/

Best,
--
Dan Lopez
The Linux Foundation
+1 415.735.5881


Re: 2020 CDF Governing Board Chairperson Announcement

Jose Carlos Hernandez Cuellar
 

Congratulations, Tracy.

Regards…!

---
Carlos Cuellar
+52 5512565893

En 21 de abril de 2020 en 10:14:37, Dan Lopez (dlopez@...) escrito:

Hello CDF Community

We are excited to announce that Tracy Miranda, Director of Open Source Community at CloudBees, has been elected as chair of the CD Foundation Governing Board. CloudBees is a Premier Member of the CD Foundation, and Tracy has been deeply involved in CD Foundation activities over the past year, serving on the Governing Board, helping craft the 9 Strategic Goals of the foundation, and participating in CD Foundation events around the globe. 

“I’m excited and honoured to be elected chair of the CD Foundation governing board. I join all CDF members in expressing sincere thanks to Kim Lewandowski for great progress in our first 12 months. Recent global events highlight how continuous software delivery is critical to every industry. The CDF will increasingly drive many key initiatives in this space, and I am excited to work with CDF members and the broader CI/CD community to pursue the CDF’s 9 Strategic Goals and move the CDF forward.” - Tracy Miranda

The CD Foundation Governing Board raises, budgets and spends funds in support of CI/CD open source and standards projects. According to the CD Foundation, the Chair is responsible for the overall management of the foundation’s budget, and “will preside over meetings of the Governing Board, manage any day-to-day operational decisions, and will submit minutes for Governing Board approval.” The full charter is available here.

Tracy succeeds Kim Lewandowski, Product Manager at Google, who served as the CD Foundation’s first Governing Board chair.

Blog Post announcement: https://cd.foundation/blog/2020/04/21/new-chair-of-cd-foundation-governing-board-elected/

Best,
--
Dan Lopez
The Linux Foundation
+1 415.735.5881


Re: [cdf-gb] [cdf-outreach] 2020 CDF Governing Board Chairperson Announcement

Animesh Singh
 

Congratulations Tracy!!!

Thanks,

Animesh


On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 10:18 AM Michael Winser via lists.cd.foundation <michaelwinser=google.com@...> wrote:
Congrats Tracy! 

On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 12:47 PM Shawn Clymer <sclymer@...> wrote:
Congrats Tracy!  

Shawn Clymer
Program Director, IBM Cloud Continuous Delivery
IBM Cloud
sclymer@...




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Congrats, Tracy.  Wish you the best.  Great to have you leading the BOD.

On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 8:14 AM Dan Lopez <dlopez@...> wrote:
Hello CDF Community

We are excited to announce that Tracy Miranda, Director of Open Source Community at CloudBees, has been elected as chair of the CD Foundation Governing Board. CloudBees is a Premier Member of the CD Foundation, and Tracy has been deeply involved in CD Foundation activities over the past year, serving on the Governing Board, helping craft the 9 Strategic Goals of the foundation, and participating in CD Foundation events around the globe. 
“I’m excited and honoured to be elected chair of the CD Foundation governing board. I join all CDF members in expressing sincere thanks to Kim Lewandowski for great progress in our first 12 months. Recent global events highlight how continuous software delivery is critical to every industry. The CDF will increasingly drive many key initiatives in this space, and I am excited to work with CDF members and the broader CI/CD community to pursue the CDF’s 9 Strategic Goals and move the CDF forward.” - Tracy Miranda


The CD Foundation Governing Board raises, budgets and spends funds in support of CI/CD open source and standards projects. According to the CD Foundation, the Chair is responsible for the overall management of the foundation’s budget, and “will preside over meetings of the Governing Board, manage any day-to-day operational decisions, and will submit minutes for Governing Board approval.” The full charter is available here.

Tracy succeeds Kim Lewandowski, Product Manager at Google, who served as the CD Foundation’s first Governing Board chair.


Blog Post announcement: https://cd.foundation/blog/2020/04/21/new-chair-of-cd-foundation-governing-board-elected/

Best,
--
Dan Lopez
The Linux Foundation
+1 415.735.5881
dlopez@...


--

Best,

-Raj

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Mobile: +1 408-230-4698 | 
Linkedin  Twitter
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Re: [cdf-gb] [cdf-toc] 2020 TOC Chairperson Election Announcement

Michael Winser
 

Congratulations to Dan and many thanks to Kohsuke for his leadership.


On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 12:42 PM Raj Panchapakesan via lists.cd.foundation <rajp=jfrog.com@...> wrote:
Congrats, Dan.  good luck

On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 8:53 AM Kohsuke Kawaguchi <kk@...> wrote:
Cheers and congrats!

On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 8:06 AM Dan Lopez <dlopez@...> wrote:
Hello CDF Community

We are excited to announce that Dan Lorenc has been elected the CDF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) Chairperson.

The TOC is responsible for the overall technical management of CDF projects, ultimately managing and guiding project technical infrastructure. Dan's election to the TOC chairperson role is a recognition of his substantial contributions to the OSS community. These contributions include ongoing TOC leadership, numerous insightful posts on the CDF blog, active participation in CDF SIGs and general leadership in the community.

Dan Lorenc said, "I'm humbled and excited to be elected as TOC Chair. We have an amazing opportunity to make it easier for the industry to adopt secure, safe and productive Continuous Delivery tools and practices. I look forward to working with the rest of the CDF community this year! I'd like to thank Kohsuke again for his hard work on Jenkins and in the CDF. I wish him the best of luck in his new adventure!"

As the TOC chairperson, Dan will continue to be a strong voice representing the perspectives of the broader CDF technical community, especially to the governing board. The CDF is excited to see him continue to help make CDF the definitive destination for the continuous delivery ecosystem.

Blog post for the announcement: 

https://cd.foundation/blog/2020/04/21/new-chair-of-cd-foundation-technical-oversight-committee-elected/


For more information on CDF's TOC leadership, please see here, or reach out to us.

Best,

--
Dan Lopez
The Linux Foundation



--
Kohsuke Kawaguchi



--

Best,

-Raj

=====================================================================================

 

Raj Panchapakesan | Sr. Director: Global Alliances & Biz Dev 
Mobile: +1 408-230-4698 | Linkedin  Twitter
JFrog Inc
Sunnyvale, CA 

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Re: [cdf-gb] [cdf-outreach] 2020 CDF Governing Board Chairperson Announcement

Michael Winser
 

Congrats Tracy! 


On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 12:47 PM Shawn Clymer <sclymer@...> wrote:
Congrats Tracy!  

Shawn Clymer
Program Director, IBM Cloud Continuous Delivery
IBM Cloud
sclymer@...




From:        "Raj Panchapakesan via lists.cd.foundation" <rajp=jfrog.com@...>
To:        Dan Lopez <dlopez@...>
Cc:        cdf-gb@..., cdf-outreach@..., cdf-toc@..., cdf-general-members@..., cdf-end-user-members@...
Date:        04/21/2020 12:44 PM
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Sent by:        cdf-gb@...




Congrats, Tracy.  Wish you the best.  Great to have you leading the BOD.

On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 8:14 AM Dan Lopez <dlopez@...> wrote:
Hello CDF Community

We are excited to announce that Tracy Miranda, Director of Open Source Community at CloudBees, has been elected as chair of the CD Foundation Governing Board. CloudBees is a Premier Member of the CD Foundation, and Tracy has been deeply involved in CD Foundation activities over the past year, serving on the Governing Board, helping craft the 9 Strategic Goals of the foundation, and participating in CD Foundation events around the globe. 
“I’m excited and honoured to be elected chair of the CD Foundation governing board. I join all CDF members in expressing sincere thanks to Kim Lewandowski for great progress in our first 12 months. Recent global events highlight how continuous software delivery is critical to every industry. The CDF will increasingly drive many key initiatives in this space, and I am excited to work with CDF members and the broader CI/CD community to pursue the CDF’s 9 Strategic Goals and move the CDF forward.” - Tracy Miranda


The CD Foundation Governing Board raises, budgets and spends funds in support of CI/CD open source and standards projects. According to the CD Foundation, the Chair is responsible for the overall management of the foundation’s budget, and “will preside over meetings of the Governing Board, manage any day-to-day operational decisions, and will submit minutes for Governing Board approval.” The full charter is available here.

Tracy succeeds Kim Lewandowski, Product Manager at Google, who served as the CD Foundation’s first Governing Board chair.


Blog Post announcement: https://cd.foundation/blog/2020/04/21/new-chair-of-cd-foundation-governing-board-elected/

Best,
--
Dan Lopez
The Linux Foundation
+1 415.735.5881
dlopez@...


--

Best,

-Raj

=====================================================================================


 
Raj Panchapakesan | Sr. Director: Global Alliances & Biz Dev 
Mobile: +1 408-230-4698 | 
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Re: [cdf-gb] [cdf-outreach] 2020 CDF Governing Board Chairperson Announcement

Shawn Clymer <sclymer@...>
 

Congrats Tracy!  

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Congrats, Tracy.  Wish you the best.  Great to have you leading the BOD.


On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 8:14 AM Dan Lopez <dlopez@...> wrote:
Hello CDF Community

We are excited to announce that Tracy Miranda, Director of Open Source Community at CloudBees, has been elected as chair of the CD Foundation Governing Board. CloudBees is a Premier Member of the CD Foundation, and Tracy has been deeply involved in CD Foundation activities over the past year, serving on the Governing Board, helping craft the 9 Strategic Goals of the foundation, and participating in CD Foundation events around the globe. 
“I’m excited and honoured to be elected chair of the CD Foundation governing board. I join all CDF members in expressing sincere thanks to Kim Lewandowski for great progress in our first 12 months. Recent global events highlight how continuous software delivery is critical to every industry. The CDF will increasingly drive many key initiatives in this space, and I am excited to work with CDF members and the broader CI/CD community to pursue the CDF’s 9 Strategic Goals and move the CDF forward.” - Tracy Miranda


The CD Foundation Governing Board raises, budgets and spends funds in support of CI/CD open source and standards projects. According to the CD Foundation, the Chair is responsible for the overall management of the foundation’s budget, and “will preside over meetings of the Governing Board, manage any day-to-day operational decisions, and will submit minutes for Governing Board approval.” The full charter is available here.

Tracy succeeds Kim Lewandowski, Product Manager at Google, who served as the CD Foundation’s first Governing Board chair.


Blog Post announcement: https://cd.foundation/blog/2020/04/21/new-chair-of-cd-foundation-governing-board-elected/

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The Linux Foundation
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Re: 2020 TOC Chairperson Election Announcement

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
 

Cheers and congrats!


On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 8:06 AM Dan Lopez <dlopez@...> wrote:
Hello CDF Community

We are excited to announce that Dan Lorenc has been elected the CDF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) Chairperson.

The TOC is responsible for the overall technical management of CDF projects, ultimately managing and guiding project technical infrastructure. Dan's election to the TOC chairperson role is a recognition of his substantial contributions to the OSS community. These contributions include ongoing TOC leadership, numerous insightful posts on the CDF blog, active participation in CDF SIGs and general leadership in the community.

Dan Lorenc said, "I'm humbled and excited to be elected as TOC Chair. We have an amazing opportunity to make it easier for the industry to adopt secure, safe and productive Continuous Delivery tools and practices. I look forward to working with the rest of the CDF community this year! I'd like to thank Kohsuke again for his hard work on Jenkins and in the CDF. I wish him the best of luck in his new adventure!"

As the TOC chairperson, Dan will continue to be a strong voice representing the perspectives of the broader CDF technical community, especially to the governing board. The CDF is excited to see him continue to help make CDF the definitive destination for the continuous delivery ecosystem.

Blog post for the announcement: 

https://cd.foundation/blog/2020/04/21/new-chair-of-cd-foundation-technical-oversight-committee-elected/


For more information on CDF's TOC leadership, please see here, or reach out to us.

Best,

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Dan Lopez
The Linux Foundation
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2020 CDF Governing Board Chairperson Announcement

Dan Lopez <dlopez@...>
 

Hello CDF Community

We are excited to announce that Tracy Miranda, Director of Open Source Community at CloudBees, has been elected as chair of the CD Foundation Governing Board. CloudBees is a Premier Member of the CD Foundation, and Tracy has been deeply involved in CD Foundation activities over the past year, serving on the Governing Board, helping craft the 9 Strategic Goals of the foundation, and participating in CD Foundation events around the globe. 

“I’m excited and honoured to be elected chair of the CD Foundation governing board. I join all CDF members in expressing sincere thanks to Kim Lewandowski for great progress in our first 12 months. Recent global events highlight how continuous software delivery is critical to every industry. The CDF will increasingly drive many key initiatives in this space, and I am excited to work with CDF members and the broader CI/CD community to pursue the CDF’s 9 Strategic Goals and move the CDF forward.” - Tracy Miranda

The CD Foundation Governing Board raises, budgets and spends funds in support of CI/CD open source and standards projects. According to the CD Foundation, the Chair is responsible for the overall management of the foundation’s budget, and “will preside over meetings of the Governing Board, manage any day-to-day operational decisions, and will submit minutes for Governing Board approval.” The full charter is available here.

Tracy succeeds Kim Lewandowski, Product Manager at Google, who served as the CD Foundation’s first Governing Board chair.

Blog Post announcement: https://cd.foundation/blog/2020/04/21/new-chair-of-cd-foundation-governing-board-elected/

Best,
--
Dan Lopez
The Linux Foundation
+1 415.735.5881


2020 TOC Chairperson Election Announcement

Dan Lopez <dlopez@...>
 

Hello CDF Community

We are excited to announce that Dan Lorenc has been elected the CDF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) Chairperson.

The TOC is responsible for the overall technical management of CDF projects, ultimately managing and guiding project technical infrastructure. Dan's election to the TOC chairperson role is a recognition of his substantial contributions to the OSS community. These contributions include ongoing TOC leadership, numerous insightful posts on the CDF blog, active participation in CDF SIGs and general leadership in the community.

Dan Lorenc said, "I'm humbled and excited to be elected as TOC Chair. We have an amazing opportunity to make it easier for the industry to adopt secure, safe and productive Continuous Delivery tools and practices. I look forward to working with the rest of the CDF community this year! I'd like to thank Kohsuke again for his hard work on Jenkins and in the CDF. I wish him the best of luck in his new adventure!"

As the TOC chairperson, Dan will continue to be a strong voice representing the perspectives of the broader CDF technical community, especially to the governing board. The CDF is excited to see him continue to help make CDF the definitive destination for the continuous delivery ecosystem.

Blog post for the announcement: 

https://cd.foundation/blog/2020/04/21/new-chair-of-cd-foundation-technical-oversight-committee-elected/


For more information on CDF's TOC leadership, please see here, or reach out to us.

Best,

--
Dan Lopez
The Linux Foundation
+1 415.735.5881


Update to Newsletter Submission Form (new url)

Jacque Salinas
 

Hello everyone! 

We have published a new landing page for the Newsletter Submission Form. Please use this new form to submit content you wish to feature in the monthly newsletter. The previous google form has been discontinued. 

Thanks! 

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