[Openstack-sigs] Initial Proposal for SIG-K8s
chris at openstack.org
Fri Sep 15 16:25:22 UTC 2017
Link to the etherpad for the meeting
> On Sep 14, 2017, at 10:16 AM, Chris Hoge <chris at openstack.org> wrote:
> At the Boston Forum, we had a session devoted to working out how to
> manage cross-project relations between the K8s and the OpenStack
> communities. One of my action items was to work out a plan for this,
> with some framework for coordinating communications with the
> k8s-sig-openstack group within the K8s community. With the formation of
> SIGS within OpenStack, I'd like to propose that I follow up on that work
> with the formation of SIG-K8s within OpenStack. This SIG would be the
> community-local counterpart to the k8s-sig-openstack group, focused on
> cross community communication and collaboration.
> Where k8s-sig-openstack spends a good deal of time manging upstream
> provider code, sig-k8s would likewise be focused on code to support and
> enable K8s deployments within the OpenStack community. This could
> include, but is not limited to:
> * Collaborating and communicating with the k8s community through
> * Working on improving the Gopher Cloud SDK (working with SIG-API).
> * Offering guidance on the K8s upstream provider.
> * Possibly migrating the K8s upstream provider to OpenStack governance.
> * Improving standalone support of OpenStack services like Cinder for K8s.
> * Facilitating communication between OpenStack on K8s deployment
> * Working with infra to build out OpenStack/K8s testing pipelines within
> zuul and the nodepool
> I'd like to have an organizational sesson on Friday September 15 at the
> PTG, 10:30-11:30 Mountain Time/16:30-17:30 UTC, Colorado Ballroom C. You
> can also attend remotely at https://zoom.us/j/795966362
> Chris Hoge
> Interop Engineer
> OpenStack Foundation
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