If you want to be sure to get a Kubernetes contributor hoodie as part of your Contributor Summit swag, please register for the contributor summit by September 9th so we can order the right amounts.
See below about changes to the Enhancements process.
Next Deadline: Release schedule & team completed, September 9th
The enhancements team is planning to use a GitHub project board to track enhancements. This will make the feature opt-in process different (and hopefully better): instead of adding your SIG’s features to a spreadsheet, SIG leads tag them with the label
Cherry-picks for the next round of patch releases are due September 9th. This update will involve new golang versions, again.
SIG-Security and SIG-Docs have helped develop a “you should at least know about all these things” checklist for securing a production Kubernetes cluster. This is a great resource for helping new admins get up to speed or, perhaps, checking if you haven’t missed anything critical in this fast moving world of threat management. A highly recommended read for all.
A security two-for-one week! SIG-Security has also written up a guide for understanding the major attack surfaces of Kubernetes outside of kube-apiserver. Many of these will be well known to long-time contributors and users but they are easy to miss when designing a security posture and a refresher never hurt anyone.
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