Skip to content
Community documentation for Spinnaker
Branch: master
Clone or download
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
.github/ISSUE_TEMPLATE Update issue templates Nov 7, 2019
committee-steering Replace Steven Kim with Andrew Phillips on SC. (#23) Aug 22, 2019
rfc chore(java11): Java 11 Migration RFC (#62) Dec 13, 2019
sig-aws adding sig for aws proposal (#3) Jun 7, 2019
sig-documentation Remove BK from SIG leads (#75) Dec 6, 2019
sig-kubernetes Add some details to the Kubernetes SIG (#11) Jul 12, 2019
sig-operational-validation docs(duftler): duftler is a Big Deal™ (#53) Oct 23, 2019
sig-platform Add details about the Platform SIG meetings. (#49) Oct 18, 2019
sig-security Update Oct 21, 2019
sig-summit Update May 25, 2019
sig-ui-ux Update Oct 21, 2019
.gitignore chore(gitignore): ignore the .idea directory (#65) Nov 14, 2019
CODEOWNERS feat(*): Initial CODEOWNERS (#57) Nov 7, 2019 chore(update): update the repo readme per Docs SIG meeting (#76) Dec 10, 2019 Rename to Jul 16, 2019 added code of conduct and governance documentation plus a proposal ho… May 20, 2019 initial commit: scaffolding repo May 16, 2019 fix(links): point to correct file and line for reviewers/approvers (#68) Dec 4, 2019 docs(roadmap): add a H1 2020 roadmap (#66) Nov 15, 2019
membership.yml Update membership.yml Dec 9, 2019 docs(roadmap): add a H1 2020 roadmap (#66) Nov 15, 2019 chore(SIGs): adds link to the doc sig README (#70) Nov 19, 2019 Update May 20, 2019

Spinnaker Community

Welcome to the Spinnaker Community!

This is the starting point for joining and contributing to the Spinnaker community. A good place to start is by viewing the Roadmap.

In this Repo

This repository contains the following information:

How the Project Works

To learn more about the project structure and organization, please refer to the Project's Governance information.

Get Involved

Connect with us via:

Find Help for Spinnaker

If you're using Spinnaker and could not find your answer in the documentation, start with Slack. Many Spinnaker contributors and users are active on the Spinnaker Slack. It's a great place to get answers to questions or start a discussion about a feature or topic. Good places to begin on Slack include the following channels:

  • A SIG channel if there is a relevant one, such as #sig-security. All SIG slack channels start with the prefix sig.
  • A narrowly focused channel, such as #auth
  • #general for general questions and discussion
  • #dev for help contributing to Spinnaker

After engaging with the community to work through a problem, we encourage you to file an issue for the appropriate repo if you think it's needed. Reasons you might file an issue include the following:

  • Your problems are due to a bug or limitation that is not documented
  • The documentation for something is confusing
  • The behavior of a feature or field is unclear

File issues for Spinnaker here.

File issues for documentation here.

You can’t perform that action at this time.