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Week Ending April 14, 2019

Developer News

Kubernetes Hound allows you to search the whole code base, including by regex. Among other things, you can search for your name in OWNERs files, to see if you’re assigned things you no longer work on.

Last week’s Community Meeting had a summary of Windows Container status and work. With full Windows support looming, developers should get prepared to test on Windows.

Release Schedule

Next Deadline: Enhancements Freeze, April 30th

It’s the second week of 1.15, and the 11-week schedule means that Enhancements Freeze is sooner rather than later. Have your KEP prepped and your issues filed by the end of the month.

Update release schedule:

Slow development week last week, possibly because of Google Next.

#71136: Prune literally all kube-apiserver internal client

The slow burn down of internal clients has finally been completed. All client calls now use the standard client-go library rather than standalone internal copies. These were never a public API so any external code should be unaffected, but PRs in flight may need to swap to the correct client code.

Other Merges


Apparently it’s all still good this week

Version Updates


We are looking for a contributor to write and edit LWKD for the month of May, when both Noah and Josh are travelling to various Kubernetes events. Now’s your chance!

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