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Registration for the KubeCon North America 2022 Contributor Summit is now open. It will be held on Monday, October 24th, in Detroit as one of the pre-main-event mini-confs. Please register early if you can, so the summit team can get a good attendance estimate for capacity planning.
1.26 Release Team shadow applications are now open. If you’re interested in joining the 1.26 team but aren’t sure if it’s for you, you can chat with anyone in the
#sig-release channel on Slack.
Nominations for the Kubernetes Steering Committee are open until August 30. You can nominate yourself (or someone else but please ask them first) by opening an issue on the kubernetes/community repo. Check out the voter guide for more details on the process or reach out to any of the Election Officials.
Next Deadline: 1.25 Released, August 23rd
Kubernetes 1.25 has been released! Big congrats to everyone who worked on it. Check out the blog post and release notes for more information.
1.24.4, 1.23.10, and 1.22.13 came out last week. This update fixes JobTrackingWithFinalizers and a bunch of memory leaks, and updates Golang.
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