Re: What's the point? (or,"What's the Emperor wearing?")
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I think Sandbox is important for building a vibrant ecosystem, if the community could provide an excellent open source infrastructure (such as CI) then having sandbox project functioning like Chris mentioned is a great thing.
The word constellation caught my eye from Alena's response. I think one way the foundation could be helpful is that in addition to the landscape we have now, ToC could coordinate the projects (incubated, graduated, sandboxed) to provide guides on various scenarios of integrations among these projects. AFAIK this type of thing is only maintained by specific projects or written on a blog by specific project contributors (e.g "How to use envoy together with kubernetes")
Since many cloud native users will need to utilize a bunch of CNCF projects for various purposes, if they could easily find documentation on how these projects interact with each other if needed to, it would be beneficial for adoption and then broaden the ecosystem.
On Fri, Sep 21, 2018 at 3:39 AM Chris Aniszczyk <caniszczyk@...> wrote:
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