Knative accepted as a CNCF incubating project
Hello Knative community,
Today we are thrilled to announce that Knative has been accepted into the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as an Incubating project! This is a significant milestone for our project, and we are excited to join so many successful cloud native open source projects. It is a massive testament to the outstanding contributors, and community Knative has - this achievement would not have been possible without you! Thank you ❤️
Now that the project has been officially accepted, we continue the work of moving our project infrastructure and supporting tooling over to the CNCF. Much of this was already underway as part of our previous work on open governance, and if you’d like to get involved and help out, any help is appreciated. Our goal is to minimize any potential disruptions to the project as this work is completed, and we will update you as things progress. Most of you won’t see any changes, but we are taking this opportunity to review the infrastructure and operations tooling we use for things like chat and meetings. We’re committed to using the tools that best serve our community and will be asking for your thoughts and feedback soon.
We are very excited about this important step for the Knative community and hope to celebrate with you at KnativeCon this May. We also recognize that many in our global community have their attention focused elsewhere. We wish our Ukrainian community members and contributors throughout Eastern Europe safety for themselves and their families and peace soon.
Read what some of the Knative adopters have to say about this significant milestone:
Chainguard, Knative is now a CNCF project, and why this matters for software security
Google, Congratulations Knative on becoming part of the CNCF
IBM, Knative joins the CNCF as a serverless incubation project
Red Hat, Red Hat co-founded project Knative accepted as CNCF incubating project
TriggerMesh, CNCF Welcomes Knative as Latest Incubating Project
Knative Steering Committee (SC)