The Steering Committee is a 7 member body, overseeing the governance of the Kubernetes project. See the Steering Committee Charter for specific committee structure information.
Term ends in October 2022
Term ends in October 2021
|Christoph Blecker||@cblecker||Red Hat||2y|
|Derek Carr||@derekwaynecarr||Red Hat||2y|
|Timothy St. Clair||@timothysc|
Schedule and Cadence
We have two meetings every month.
- We hold an open and recorded online meeting where the community is welcome to join the first Monday at 9:30am PT of every month if there is quorum.
- We have a closed but recorded online meeting every 3rd Monday of the month at 9:30am PT if there is quorum.
- Recordings of our meetings are publicly available on youtube
- Meeting notes are available to members of the kubernetes-dev mailing list
- Slack: #steering-committee
- Mailing List: firstname.lastname@example.org (archive)
- Private Mailing List: email@example.com
- Open Community Issues/PRs
- GitHub Teams:
- @kubernetes/steering-committee - General Discussion
There are various cases when the Steering Committee may require interactions with CNCF, so a dedicated person from the CNCF Staff acts a primary communication point between Steering and CNCF.
For more details on the relationship between Steering and CNCF, please see a dedicated document Relationship with the CNCF.
CNCF ServiceDesk access
The CNCF ServiceDesk policy for Kubernetes community is defined at ServiceDesk.
The steering committee delegates ownership of various Kubernetes community accounts like GitHub, domain names, etc to SIGs and sub-projects. However, the committee also reserves top-level account access for service governance in some cases.
The following committee members have zoom credentials for the
However, all Steering Committee members have access to the zoom host key.