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Learn about each Knative release, what's new and changed, and how to get started with the latest and greatest.
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Find out where the Knative team will be talking next, and where they've been.
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Posts in 2020
12.05.2020 in Steering Committee
This week, the Knative project successfully held its first TOC elections. The event constituted a milestone for the project’s governance, with 70% of voter turnout: 83 of the most active contributors to the project, representing companies like IBM, …
03.02.2020 in Steering Committee
We have created a 2019 Knative annual report for the community. The report can be viewed here. We just want to say thank you to all our community members for contributing and helping us grow our community. We definitely could not have done it without …
Posts in 2019
18.12.2019 in Steering Committee
Early last week, the Knative Steering Committee met in person for an all-day working session to deliver on our promise to restructure project governance. While there was plenty of healthy debate, the result was consensus that all committee members …
13.05.2019 in Events
There's only a week until KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2019 kicks off in Barcelona, Spain. We wanted to share with you a few of the Knative talks you can attend at the conference to learn more about the Knative project, its progress in the past …
27.03.2019 in Articles
Scaling in the Knative v0.3 release includes new options for customizing the autoscaling subsystem. From a batteries-included… Knative v0.3 Autoscaling — A Love Story Scaling in the Knative v0.3 release includes new options for customizing the …
Posts in 2018
18.12.2018 in Articles
I originally wrote ko to help Knative developers. I was prompted to write this introductory post by the positive feedback from the community, including an IBM booth talk on ko during recent Kubecon Seattle 2018. I hope you enjoy using ko as …