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How are you doing with operational tasks in Good, we go over things as leads when needed and update stuff, and are growing the community to help with this.

Is your README accurate?have a file? Yes / Yes - is up to date, is still accurate but could use some updates.

All subprojects correctly mapped and listed in sigs.yaml? Yes

What’s your meeting culture? Large/small, active/quiet, learnings? Meeting notes up to date? Are you keeping recordings up to date/trends in community members watching recordings? Meetings have decent attendance, but few active participants (i.e. not lots of questions or free discussion... we want more of that). Meeting notes are used during the meetings are up to date. Recordings are up to date but few views

How does the group get updates, reports, or feedback from subprojects? Are there any springing up or being retired? Are OWNERS files up to date in these areas? Owners files are up to date. Existing subprojects are mostly in maintenance mode. We would like to try starting one or two subprojects to gather more interest / new participation in SIG-Windows. Same question as above but for working groups. We don't get updates from subprojects and are in the project of refactoring subprojects to match where active development is happening.

When was your last monthly community-wide update? (provide link to deck and/or recording) Sept 17, 2020. The recording is here, slides are here .


Are all listed SIG leaders (chairs, tech leads, and subproject owners) active? Yes

How do you measure membership? By mailing list members, OWNERs, or something else? We don’t measure membership.

How does the group measure reviewer and approver bandwidth? Do you need help in any area now? What are you doing about it? We are blocked on reviewer/approver bandwidth from other SIGs much more often than reviewer/approver bandwidth in our SIG. Is there a healthy onboarding and growth path for contributors in your SIG? What are some activities that the group does to encourage this? What programs are you participating in to grow contributors throughout the contributor ladder? We want to focus on this in the next few months. Some ideas we have are pairing with folks and establishing one or two new focused subprojects that will encourage new participants.

What programs do you participate in for new contributors? We’re wanting to groom long-term/dedicated contributors to maintain testing, windows development environments, and add privileged container ecosystem tooling.

Are there programs to help with this? Does the group have contributors from multiple companies/affiliations? Can end users/companies contribute in some way that they currently are not? Yes, we have contributors from many companies. Current initiatives and project health


What are initiatives that should be highlighted, lauded, shout out, that your group is proud of? Currently underway? What are some of the longer tail projects that your group is working on?

  • Containerd support (proud of)
  • Network policy support (currently underway)
  • Cluster API support (proud of)
  • Privileged containers (long tail)

Year to date KEP work review: What’s now stable? Beta? Alpha? Road to alpha?

  • Alpha / going alpha
  • Privileged containers
  • Node log viewer
  • Beta / going beta
  • DSR support
  • Stable / going stable
  • CSI proxy

What areas and/or subprojects does the group need the most help with?

  • API Reviews, sig-auth
  • E2e tests / coverage / keeping things green
  • Testgrid
  • Cross-SIG collaboration (auth, api reviews)

What's the average open days of a PR and Issue in your group? / what metrics does your group care about and/or measure? Average open days for PR is long weeks or months - mainly due to requiring reviews/approvals from multiple SIGs most of the time.