VOTE: Membership request from the CD Events project


Oleg Nenashev
 

Dear all,

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:
During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:
  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project
On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair
Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn


Fatih Degirmenci
 


+1 binding.

I'm very happy to see cdEvents reach this point and I want to thank everyone who put effort into this.

/Fatih

On Fri, 26 Nov 2021 at 15:32, Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Dear all,

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:
During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:
  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project
On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair
Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn


Oliver Nocon
 

+1 non-binding

 

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Sent: Freitag, 26. November 2021 15:32
To: cdf-toc <cdf-toc@...>
Subject: [cdf-toc] VOTE: Membership request from the CD Events project

 

Dear all,

 

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:

During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:

  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project

On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

 

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev

CDF TOC Chair

Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn

 


TracyRagan
 

+1 non-binding for me. Glad to see this getting off the ground. 

On Fri, Nov 26, 2021 at 10:00 AM Oliver Nocon via lists.cd.foundation <oliver.nocon=sap.com@...> wrote:

+1 non-binding

 

From: cdf-toc@... <cdf-toc@...> On Behalf Of Oleg Nenashev via lists.cd.foundation
Sent: Freitag, 26. November 2021 15:32
To: cdf-toc <cdf-toc@...>
Subject: [cdf-toc] VOTE: Membership request from the CD Events project

 

Dear all,

 

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:

During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:

  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project

On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

 

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev

CDF TOC Chair

Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn

 



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Kara de la Marck
 

+ 1 non-binding


Dan Lorenc <lorenc.d@...>
 

+1 binding!


Jay Smith <jay@...>
 

+1 non-binding

On Fri, Nov 26, 2021 at 6:32 AM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Dear all,

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:
During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:
  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project
On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair
Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn


Melissa McKay
 

+1 binding


On Fri, Nov 26, 2021, 7:37 AM Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Dear all,

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:
During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:
  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project
On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair
Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn


Andrea Frittoli
 

+1 binding

On Fri, 26 Nov 2021 at 14:32, Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:
Dear all,

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:
During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:
  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project
On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair
Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn


Peng QL Li
 

+ 1 binding

 

 

Regards

Peng Li

 

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Date: Friday, November 26, 2021 at 10:32 PM
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Subject: [EXTERNAL] [cdf-toc] VOTE: Membership request from the CD Events project

 

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Dear all,

 

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:

During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:

  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project

On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

 

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev

CDF TOC Chair

Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn

 


Oleg Nenashev
 

Dear all,

We have 6 binding votes in different threads. It's a majority needed for accepting the project. Taking the general support from the CDF TOC meeting participants and the CD Events SIG, I intend to proceed with calling the vote completed on Dec 01, noon UTC if there is no major concerns requiring additional review by the TOC. Any feedback will be appreciated!

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev


On Mon, Nov 29, 2021 at 4:50 PM Jason Hall <jasonhall@...> wrote:
+1 binding

On Sun, Nov 28, 2021 at 7:16 PM Peng QL Li <lplpli@...> wrote:

+ 1 binding

 

 

Regards

Peng Li

 

From: <cdf-toc@...> on behalf of Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...>
Date: Friday, November 26, 2021 at 10:32 PM
To: cdf-toc <cdf-toc@...>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [cdf-toc] VOTE: Membership request from the CD Events project

 

Dear all, At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD ZjQcmQRYFpfptBannerStart

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Dear all,

 

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:

During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:

  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project

On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

 

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev

CDF TOC Chair

Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn

 


Oleg Nenashev
 

Dear all,

Based on many +1 votes and absence of negative feedback or unaddressed concerns, I think we can conclude the voting. Please welcome CD Events to the Continuous Delivery Foundation as an incubating project! Thanks to all CD Events SIG contributors for driving it!

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair
Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn




On Mon, Nov 29, 2021 at 6:33 PM Oleg Nenashev via lists.cd.foundation <o.v.nenashev=gmail.com@...> wrote:
Dear all,

We have 6 binding votes in different threads. It's a majority needed for accepting the project. Taking the general support from the CDF TOC meeting participants and the CD Events SIG, I intend to proceed with calling the vote completed on Dec 01, noon UTC if there is no major concerns requiring additional review by the TOC. Any feedback will be appreciated!

Best regards,
Oleg Nenashev


On Mon, Nov 29, 2021 at 4:50 PM Jason Hall <jasonhall@...> wrote:
+1 binding

On Sun, Nov 28, 2021 at 7:16 PM Peng QL Li <lplpli@...> wrote:

+ 1 binding

 

 

Regards

Peng Li

 

From: <cdf-toc@...> on behalf of Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...>
Date: Friday, November 26, 2021 at 10:32 PM
To: cdf-toc <cdf-toc@...>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [cdf-toc] VOTE: Membership request from the CD Events project

 

Dear all, At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD ZjQcmQRYFpfptBannerStart

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Dear all,

 

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:

During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:

  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project

On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

 

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev

CDF TOC Chair

Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn

 


Alois Reitbauer <a.reitbauer@...>
 

+1 non-binding. Looking forward to merge with Keptn events in the months to come. 

// Alois

On 26.11.2021, at 15:31, Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...> wrote:

Dear all,

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:
During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:
  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project
On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev
CDF TOC Chair
Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn



Jason Hall <jasonhall@...>
 

+1 binding

On Sun, Nov 28, 2021 at 7:16 PM Peng QL Li <lplpli@...> wrote:

+ 1 binding

 

 

Regards

Peng Li

 

From: <cdf-toc@...> on behalf of Oleg Nenashev <o.v.nenashev@...>
Date: Friday, November 26, 2021 at 10:32 PM
To: cdf-toc <cdf-toc@...>
Subject: [EXTERNAL] [cdf-toc] VOTE: Membership request from the CD Events project

 

Dear all, At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD ZjQcmQRYFpfptBannerStart

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Dear all,

 

At yesterday's CDF Technical Oversight Committee meeting we decided to initiate voting for official status of the CD Events specification as an incubating project within the CDF. Andrea Frittoli and Steven Taylor presented CD Events to the TOC, and they also act as TOC sponsors. I am also happy to support this project. Here are the links to the key information:

During the conversation at the CDF TOC meeting, there were several key questions asked:

  • What is the roadmap for CD Events? The Project Lifecycle requirements don't require an incubating project to have an explicit roadmap. It is required only for the graduated project. At the meeting we agreed that it's important for candidate number projects or to have a clear roadmap, and it will be added to the requirement checklist for future projects
  • Will acceptance to the CDF mean the CDEvents specification is finalized (a.k.a 1.0 not)? No, it is quite the opposite. Joining the CDF allows to get more feedback and participation from users and potential adopters. There will be no immediate release of 1.0 specification, and it will be explicitly clarified on the roadmap
  • How the relations between SIG Events and CD Events will evolve further? The project will start from the governing body being represented by the CDF Events SIG. Then a new governance model will be introduced based on the CDF recommendations and the community around the new project

On behalf of the technical oversight committee, I would like to thank all participants of the Events SIG that worked on this specification and the reference implementations. I would also like to thank all projects, contributors and companies who declared their intent to adopt the specification before 1.0. I am happy to cast my binding +1 vote for this proposal.

 

Best regards, Oleg Nenashev

CDF TOC Chair

Jenkins/Dynatrace/Keptn