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Week Ending July 1, 2018

Kubernetes 1.11 is out, in case you somehow missed it (really?). As such, this issue of LWKD is going to cover the many PRs for future Kubernetes that were held up during code freeze and you may be able to look forward to in 1.12.

Community Meeting Summary

Last week’s community meeting consisted of a containerd demo followed by the public 1.11 Release Retrospective. The demo talked about containerd integration plans, and showed off deploying some pods on it.

The 1.11 retrospective let the release team and contributors hash out some of what went well and badly in this release cycle, to improve the next release.

Went Well:

Needs Improvement:

Release Schedule

Next Deadline: publish schedule, week of July 10th.

The 1.12 Release Cycle has started. If you wanted a spot on the release team, you’ll have to wait for someone to drop out; they’re full up. Or maybe volunteer for 1.13.

Feature Work

Deprecated

Version Updates

Other Merges

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