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Re: Paris resigning as TAG ContribStrat Co-Chair; focus on Maintainer Circle

Paris Pittman
 

Wait for our crew first and then TOC for final call / vote :)

I’ll set a transitions checklist in our repo later today 

On Tue, Jan 11, 2022 at 9:35 AM Carolyn Van Slyck via lists.cncf.io <carolyn.vanslyck=microsoft.com@...> wrote:

I just want to +1 that Dawn would make an excellent chair. 💯

 

If Dawn is interested, is this something that the group or the TOC votes on?

 

From: cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@... <cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@...> On Behalf Of Paris Pittman via lists.cncf.io
Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2022 10:35 AM
To: cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@...
Subject: [tag-contributor-strategy] Paris resigning as TAG ContribStrat Co-Chair; focus on Maintainer Circle

 

Team, 

 

I'd like to resign my Chair hat for the TAG and nominate Dawn Foster in my place. Explanation below but first about Dawn:

Dawn leads the open source community strategy efforts within VMware’s Open Source Program Office. She is on the Board of OpenUK, committed to develop and sustain UK leadership in Open Technology. She is on the Governing Board and is a maintainer for the Linux Foundation’s CHAOSS open source metrics project and is also on the TODO Group Steering Committee.

 

She has more than 20 years of experience in business and technology with expertise in strategic planning, management, community building, community management, open source software, market research, and more. She is passionate about bringing people together through a combination of online communities and real-world events. She has experience building new communities, and managing existing communities with a particular emphasis on developer and open source communities.

 

Most recently, Dawn was a consultant at The Scale Factory after being Director of Community at Puppet. Prior to Puppet, she was leading the Community Office within Intel’s Open Source Technology Center. In addition to working at Intel, Dawn was an online community consultant, and she has worked at Jive Software, Compiere, and a Midwestern manufacturing company in positions ranging from Unix system administrator to market researcher to community manager to open source strategist.

 

 

 

**Whats Next:** 

I submitted the proposal to the Technical Advisory Council (TOC) for the then Special Interest Group that we now call Technical Advisory Groups over [two years ago]. The group has flourished to be a helpful resource to the TOC and CNCF projects through ad hoc services, tooling, and programs. We've grown to include many contributors, a new tech lead role: Carolyn!, a repo of templates AND guidance, a cncf contributor site to house said guidance!, and a maintainer circle to support the humans behind the code. 

 

And the last point brings me to my 2022 goals: I'd like to focus on Maintainer Circle! Bringing that up not only to a solid state but an industry leading resource for the thousands of maintainers and leaders of CNCF projects. After coorindating the events we have had virtually and in-person, we've gotten feedback that folks not only really like this but want to see more of it. With this focus, it would be best if I step back from Chair and concentrate on this area. There is a lot of power in maintainers coming together to learn, share, and grow; really looking forward to this thriving.   

 

I have the utmost respect and trust in Dawn to co-chair our group; she has stepped up in countless ways with contributions including organizational functions and leadership. Dawn will be an excellent TAG Chair!

 

Paris

 

 


Re: Paris resigning as TAG ContribStrat Co-Chair; focus on Maintainer Circle

Carolyn Van Slyck
 

I just want to +1 that Dawn would make an excellent chair. 💯

 

If Dawn is interested, is this something that the group or the TOC votes on?

 

From: cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@... <cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@...> On Behalf Of Paris Pittman via lists.cncf.io
Sent: Tuesday, January 11, 2022 10:35 AM
To: cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@...
Subject: [tag-contributor-strategy] Paris resigning as TAG ContribStrat Co-Chair; focus on Maintainer Circle

 

Team, 

 

I'd like to resign my Chair hat for the TAG and nominate Dawn Foster in my place. Explanation below but first about Dawn:

Dawn leads the open source community strategy efforts within VMware’s Open Source Program Office. She is on the Board of OpenUK, committed to develop and sustain UK leadership in Open Technology. She is on the Governing Board and is a maintainer for the Linux Foundation’s CHAOSS open source metrics project and is also on the TODO Group Steering Committee.

 

She has more than 20 years of experience in business and technology with expertise in strategic planning, management, community building, community management, open source software, market research, and more. She is passionate about bringing people together through a combination of online communities and real-world events. She has experience building new communities, and managing existing communities with a particular emphasis on developer and open source communities.

 

Most recently, Dawn was a consultant at The Scale Factory after being Director of Community at Puppet. Prior to Puppet, she was leading the Community Office within Intel’s Open Source Technology Center. In addition to working at Intel, Dawn was an online community consultant, and she has worked at Jive Software, Compiere, and a Midwestern manufacturing company in positions ranging from Unix system administrator to market researcher to community manager to open source strategist.

 

 

 

**Whats Next:** 

I submitted the proposal to the Technical Advisory Council (TOC) for the then Special Interest Group that we now call Technical Advisory Groups over [two years ago]. The group has flourished to be a helpful resource to the TOC and CNCF projects through ad hoc services, tooling, and programs. We've grown to include many contributors, a new tech lead role: Carolyn!, a repo of templates AND guidance, a cncf contributor site to house said guidance!, and a maintainer circle to support the humans behind the code. 

 

And the last point brings me to my 2022 goals: I'd like to focus on Maintainer Circle! Bringing that up not only to a solid state but an industry leading resource for the thousands of maintainers and leaders of CNCF projects. After coorindating the events we have had virtually and in-person, we've gotten feedback that folks not only really like this but want to see more of it. With this focus, it would be best if I step back from Chair and concentrate on this area. There is a lot of power in maintainers coming together to learn, share, and grow; really looking forward to this thriving.   

 

I have the utmost respect and trust in Dawn to co-chair our group; she has stepped up in countless ways with contributions including organizational functions and leadership. Dawn will be an excellent TAG Chair!

 

Paris

 

 


Paris resigning as TAG ContribStrat Co-Chair; focus on Maintainer Circle

Paris Pittman <paris_pittman@...>
 

Team, 

I'd like to resign my Chair hat for the TAG and nominate Dawn Foster in my place. Explanation below but first about Dawn:
Dawn leads the open source community strategy efforts within VMware’s Open Source Program Office. She is on the Board of OpenUK, committed to develop and sustain UK leadership in Open Technology. She is on the Governing Board and is a maintainer for the Linux Foundation’s CHAOSS open source metrics project and is also on the TODO Group Steering Committee.

She has more than 20 years of experience in business and technology with expertise in strategic planning, management, community building, community management, open source software, market research, and more. She is passionate about bringing people together through a combination of online communities and real-world events. She has experience building new communities, and managing existing communities with a particular emphasis on developer and open source communities.

Most recently, Dawn was a consultant at The Scale Factory after being Director of Community at Puppet. Prior to Puppet, she was leading the Community Office within Intel’s Open Source Technology Center. In addition to working at Intel, Dawn was an online community consultant, and she has worked at Jive Software, Compiere, and a Midwestern manufacturing company in positions ranging from Unix system administrator to market researcher to community manager to open source strategist.



**Whats Next:** 
I submitted the proposal to the Technical Advisory Council (TOC) for the then Special Interest Group that we now call Technical Advisory Groups over [two years ago]. The group has flourished to be a helpful resource to the TOC and CNCF projects through ad hoc services, tooling, and programs. We've grown to include many contributors, a new tech lead role: Carolyn!, a repo of templates AND guidance, a cncf contributor site to house said guidance!, and a maintainer circle to support the humans behind the code. 

And the last point brings me to my 2022 goals: I'd like to focus on Maintainer Circle! Bringing that up not only to a solid state but an industry leading resource for the thousands of maintainers and leaders of CNCF projects. After coorindating the events we have had virtually and in-person, we've gotten feedback that folks not only really like this but want to see more of it. With this focus, it would be best if I step back from Chair and concentrate on this area. There is a lot of power in maintainers coming together to learn, share, and grow; really looking forward to this thriving.   

I have the utmost respect and trust in Dawn to co-chair our group; she has stepped up in countless ways with contributions including organizational functions and leadership. Dawn will be an excellent TAG Chair!

Paris



Today's Contributor Growth WG meeting is cancelled

Carolyn Van Slyck
 

Due to lack of agenda, today’s Contributor Growth WG meeting is cancelled.

 

Carolyn


SIG Docs needs your help!

Stephen Augustus (augustus)
 

FYI on a great opportunity to help out in the Kubernetes project.

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Please do not feel obligated to reply outside of your normal work schedule.



From: kubernetes-dev@... <kubernetes-dev@...> on behalf of Jim Angel <jameswangel@...>
Sent: Monday, August 16, 2021, 22:07
To: kubernetes-sig-docs; Kubernetes developer/contributor discussion
Cc: kubernetes-sig-leads
Subject: SIG Docs needs your help!

TL;DR: SIG Docs needs help from you (or your company) to continue providing quality docs. Are you interested in helping contribute, or taking on a leadership role, in the open source community? Reach out to us on slack or reply here!


Hey kube friends,


I’m raising awareness that SIG Docs is down to a single Chair (me). My involvement is voluntary which means occasionally I can’t always fulfill the duties of a Co-Chair when work conflicts. Ideally we’d have 3 active Co-Chairs to share the responsibilities.


As a result, we are looking for folks interested in helping out with documentation and open source leadership. This is a great opportunity to work on one of the largest open source projects in the world. We need folks to help Chair, but we’re happy to onboard new folks of any level! Also, there’s opportunities to shadow others and learn with no commitment!


No experience required.


Paris Pittman, from the Kubernetes Steering Committee, has temporarily stepped up to help us recruit and correct the path that docs is currently on. SIG Docs also has INCREDIBLE tech leads that give the impression that docs are in a healthier state than they are. (MANY thanks to y’all!)


A few changes effective today to reduce workloads:

  • Moving regular in-person SIG Docs meetings to biweekly

    • APAC meetings will remain on the 4th Tuesday of the month

    • Other docs subprojects are at the discretion of their respective leads

  • SIG Docs will no longer do quarterly planning (I don’t believe other SIGs are doing this)

    • Quarterly tracked items will be moved into our bi-weekly meeting


Lastly, I’ve been a SIG Docs Co-Chair since 2019 and plan on becoming a docs emeritus once we get our new Co-Chairs assimilated (ETA early 2022). Rotating positions of leadership is good for the community. I plan on sticking around the community as an individual contributor.


What’s it take to get involved in SIG Docs? Check out our contributor guide and come say “hi” in the #sig-docs slack channel!


Thanks!

Jim Angel

SIG Docs Co-Chair



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Re: TOC Approval for contribute.cncf.io content

Alena Prokharchyk <aprokharchyk@...>
 

Hi Carolyn,

Left some comments as well. Great content overall! 

-alena

On Jul 12, 2021, at 4:59 PM, Saad Ali <saadali@...> wrote:

Thanks for the heads up Carolyn. I left a couple of comments on two of them.

On Mon, Jul 12, 2021 at 12:25 PM Carolyn Van Slyck <Carolyn.VanSlyck@...> wrote:

Hi Saad and Alena,

 

TAG Contributor Strategy needs your approval for the three pieces of content below. I keep track of them on our project board, in the Needs TOC Approval column.

 

 

Thanks!

Carolyn Van Slyck
she/her
CNCF TAG Contributor Strategy Tech Lead

 



Re: TOC Approval for contribute.cncf.io content

Saad Ali <saadali@...>
 

Thanks for the heads up Carolyn. I left a couple of comments on two of them.

On Mon, Jul 12, 2021 at 12:25 PM Carolyn Van Slyck <Carolyn.VanSlyck@...> wrote:

Hi Saad and Alena,

 

TAG Contributor Strategy needs your approval for the three pieces of content below. I keep track of them on our project board, in the Needs TOC Approval column.

 

 

Thanks!

Carolyn Van Slyck
she/her
CNCF TAG Contributor Strategy Tech Lead

 


TOC Approval for contribute.cncf.io content

Carolyn Van Slyck
 

Hi Saad and Alena,

 

TAG Contributor Strategy needs your approval for the three pieces of content below. I keep track of them on our project board, in the Needs TOC Approval column.

 

 

Thanks!

Carolyn Van Slyck
she/her
CNCF TAG Contributor Strategy Tech Lead

 


Publishing Contributor Framework Guide to live website

Carolyn Van Slyck
 

I have opened a pull request to publish the Contributor Framework Guide to our live website (contribute.cncf.io). If there are still changes required, let me know (ideally submitting a PR to fix it), by this Friday July 2nd. After that date, once I have TOC approval, it will be merged.

 

https://github.com/cncf/tag-contributor-strategy/pull/113

 

Carolyn


Publishing Community CRM Runbook to live website

Carolyn Van Slyck
 

I have opened a pull request to publish the Community CRM Runbook to our live website (contribute.cncf.io). If there are still changes required, let me know (ideally submitting a PR to fix it), by this Friday July 2nd. After that date, once I have TOC approval, it will be merged.

 

https://github.com/cncf/tag-contributor-strategy/pull/114

 

Carolyn


Re: Pick new time for Contributor Growth WG meeting

Carolyn Van Slyck
 

From: cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@... <cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@...> On Behalf Of Carolyn Van Slyck via lists.cncf.io
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2021 12:39 PM
To: cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@...
Subject: [tag-contributor-strategy] Pick new time for Contributor Growth WG meeting

 

We are picking a new time for the Contributor Growth Working Group. If you would like to attend, please fill out the form below to let us know which times work best for you.

 

https://doodle.com/poll/thmrghqeq9x6dbdx

 

Carolyn


Invitation: TAG Contributor Strategy - Contributor Growth WG @ Every 2 weeks from 1pm to 1:50pm on Thursday (PDT) (cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@lists.cncf.io)

Amye Scavarda Perrin
 

You have been invited to the following event.

TAG Contributor Strategy - Contributor Growth WG

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[sig-contributor-strategy] Our Mtg Cadence & Maintainers Circle (Dedicated Time&Cal)

Paris Pittman <paris_pittman@...>
 

Oops - sent this one to our old list.

Maintainers Circle Doodle:


PLEASE FORWARD TO CNCF PROJECT MAINTAINERS. I’ll see if Amye can also email this to the maintainers list. 




Begin forwarded message:

From: Paris Pittman <paris_pittman@...>
Subject: Re: [sig-contributor-strategy] Our Mtg Cadence & Maintainers Circle (Dedicated Time&Cal)
Date: May 20, 2021 at 10:39:58 AM PDT
To: Stephen Augustus <hey@...>

Maintainers Circle Doodle:



PLEASE FORWARD TO CNCF PROJECT MAINTAINERS. I’ll see if Amye can also email this to the maintainers list. 



On Apr 23, 2021, at 12:30 PM, Stephen Augustus <hey@...> wrote:

+1 for disambiguating the meeting invites and the proposed cadence.

While we're making changes, should we also poll for meeting times for both events?

-- Stephen

On Thu, Apr 22, 2021, 13:05 Paris Pittman via lists.cncf.io <paris_pittman=apple.com@...> wrote:
Hi everyone -

Problems:
- We’ve talked at our meetings and on slack (https://cloud-native.slack.com/archives/CT6CWS1JN/p1616606723019300) about setting up a dedicated time with a dedicated calendar invite for Maintainers Circle so it doesn’t cause confusion with maintainers and/or our regular SIG attendees that are working on issues and guidance.
- We have 5 SIG meetings; 3 a week at least twice a month which is very heavy. Now that we are up and running, we can do more to drive triage async with updates.

Solution:
- First Thursday of the month is Maintainers Circle with a dedicated invite (not a sig-contrib strategy meeting invite)
- Third Thursday of the month is our main update meeting; we keep the bi-weekly working groups where a large amount of discussion happens.


Are there any objections? We’ll time box this for at least 72 hours and come to a resolution with any calendar invite changes or impacts made by next Tuesday, April 27th.

If passed, we will update the charter and reflecting documents. 






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Pick new time for Contributor Growth WG meeting

Carolyn Van Slyck
 

We are picking a new time for the Contributor Growth Working Group. If you would like to attend, please fill out the form below to let us know which times work best for you.

 

https://doodle.com/poll/thmrghqeq9x6dbdx

 

Carolyn


Help us pick a new general meeting time for TAG Contributor Strategy

Josh Berkus
 

ContribStrat folks:

Our existing 10:30am PDT Thursday meeting time isn't working for a lot of people. Help us find out if there is a better meeting time for our general meeting, on the 3rd Thursday of each month. Note that this will be scheduled not to conflict with the Maintainer's Circle.

Please mark your availability here:

https://doodle.com/poll/hkcsgccsbahv3sqn?utm_source=poll&utm_medium=link

--
-- Josh Berkus
Kubernetes Community Architect
OSPO, OCTO


Invitation: TAG Contributor Strategy - Contributor Growth WG @ Every 2 weeks from 2pm to 2:50pm on Tuesday (PDT) (cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@lists.cncf.io)

Amye Scavarda Perrin
 

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Invitation: TAG Contributor Strategy Governance WG @ Every 2 weeks from 1pm to 1:50pm on Tuesday (EDT) (cncf-tag-contributor-strategy@lists.cncf.io)

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Re: Our Mtg Cadence & Maintainers Circle (Dedicated Time&Cal)

Stephen Augustus
 

+1 for disambiguating the meeting invites and the proposed cadence.

While we're making changes, should we also poll for meeting times for both events?

-- Stephen


On Thu, Apr 22, 2021, 13:05 Paris Pittman via lists.cncf.io <paris_pittman=apple.com@...> wrote:
Hi everyone -

Problems:
- We’ve talked at our meetings and on slack (https://cloud-native.slack.com/archives/CT6CWS1JN/p1616606723019300) about setting up a dedicated time with a dedicated calendar invite for Maintainers Circle so it doesn’t cause confusion with maintainers and/or our regular SIG attendees that are working on issues and guidance.
- We have 5 SIG meetings; 3 a week at least twice a month which is very heavy. Now that we are up and running, we can do more to drive triage async with updates.

Solution:
- First Thursday of the month is Maintainers Circle with a dedicated invite (not a sig-contrib strategy meeting invite)
- Third Thursday of the month is our main update meeting; we keep the bi-weekly working groups where a large amount of discussion happens.


Are there any objections? We’ll time box this for at least 72 hours and come to a resolution with any calendar invite changes or impacts made by next Tuesday, April 27th.

If passed, we will update the charter and reflecting documents. 






Paris Pittman
Apple
OSPO
One Apple Park Way
Cupertino, CA 95014, USA
iPhone +1-410-440-8754
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Our Mtg Cadence & Maintainers Circle (Dedicated Time&Cal)

Paris Pittman <paris_pittman@...>
 

Hi everyone -

Problems:
- We’ve talked at our meetings and on slack (https://cloud-native.slack.com/archives/CT6CWS1JN/p1616606723019300) about setting up a dedicated time with a dedicated calendar invite for Maintainers Circle so it doesn’t cause confusion with maintainers and/or our regular SIG attendees that are working on issues and guidance.
- We have 5 SIG meetings; 3 a week at least twice a month which is very heavy. Now that we are up and running, we can do more to drive triage async with updates.

Solution:
- First Thursday of the month is Maintainers Circle with a dedicated invite (not a sig-contrib strategy meeting invite)
- Third Thursday of the month is our main update meeting; we keep the bi-weekly working groups where a large amount of discussion happens.


Are there any objections? We’ll time box this for at least 72 hours and come to a resolution with any calendar invite changes or impacts made by next Tuesday, April 27th.

If passed, we will update the charter and reflecting documents.






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Apple
OSPO
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Cupertino, CA 95014, USA
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Maintainer's Circle - Thur March 11 - Values and Principles Development with Sarah Novotny

Karen Chu <Karen.Chu@...>
 

Please forward this to other maintainers and folks making key decisions for the project; not solely the TOC voting members(reviewers, approvers, committee members, et al.).

✨ SIG Contributor Strategy welcomes you to the March 2021 edition of the Maintainers Circle on Thursday March 11th @ 10:30am PT / 6:30pm GMT ✨

Values and Principles Development with Sarah Novotny 

In this session, we will talk about Values and Principles DevelopmentFull details and future sessions in the works in our repo. A tl;dr: Sarah Novotny, part of the Microsoft Azure Office of the CTO and an Open Source champion in projects such as Kubernetes/NGINX/MySQL, will be joining us to share her experience and learnings from developing Kubernetes values and how you can build your own framework for your community.

To RSVP:
Join #maintainers-circle on CNCF Slack (https://slack.cncf.io/) and emoji react to the post (that’s it!)

To add this to your calendar:
Grab the sig-contributor-strategy meetings on the CNCF Calendar: https://www.cncf.io/calendar/
Look for the Maintainer Circle event title.  

Wish this was during another day/time that is better for you?
Let us know with the time range options: https://doodle.com/poll/z5gg4p6qyxedgf2c. We will make a schedule in 2021 to include times to better accommodate participants. 


See you soon,
Karen Chu
SIG Contributor Strategy 


Karen Chu (pronoun: she/her)
Community Program Manager
Microsoft Azure - Container Compute, Upstream
Office: +1 (415) 4302855

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