Project Calico is an open source project that provides networking and network security solution for containers, virtual machines, and bare-metal workloads. The Project Calico Community is committed to fostering an open and welcoming environment, with several ways to engage with other users and developers. We encourage and welcome your participation in the community.
The Calico maintainers host a monthly online community meeting where everyone is welcome. If you have something you’d like to talk about, please add it to the upcoming meeting agenda.
- Community Event Calendar (google calendar)
- Zoom Meeting (additional dial in details in calendar)
- Meeting Details (agenda, minutes, and recordings)
The Calico Users Slack group is a great place to get community support or connect with other users and Calico developers.
The Calico Discourse forum is another great place to get help, find answer to common questions, or raise any other Calico related topic for discussion.
Follow @projectcalico for up-to-date news, announcements, blog posts, and other information
Join the other Calico heroes by contributing to the project. Everything from a new feature through to a one character docs fix is welcome.
If you are looking for open github issues to potentially help work on, these filters are a good starting point (you must be logged in to GitHub to see these issues):
Code of Conduct
We are dedicated to providing a welcoming and harassment-free experience for everyone. We ask that our users and contributors take a few minutes to review our code of conduct.
Calico was originally created by the team at Tigera. A very special thanks to the long list of people who have contributed to and helped maintain the project. Additional thanks to all the Calico enthusiasts who have helped spread the word about Calico. It's the breadth of this community that has helped make Calico what it is today!