Jenkins Contributor Summit Online Feb 23-25
The Jenkins Contributor Summit brings together current and future contributors to the Jenkins project. We’re hosting an online summit this year to encourage contributors from around the world to meet, discuss, and plan for the future.
The Contributor Summit will be Tuesday, February 23rd 2021 through Thursday, February 25, 2021. The summit brings together community members to learn, meet, and help shape the future of Jenkins. In the Jenkins community we value all types and sizes of contributions and love to welcome new participants.
The online format allows greater flexibility for meeting times and topics. Contributors will meet to discuss specific topics in smaller groups at times that are convenient for those in the meeting.
The opening session will start Tuesday, February 23, 2021 at 15:00 UTC. After an initial welcome and overview, we’ll hear from leaders in the Jenkins project as they share the results from the previous 12 months and outline ideas for the next 12 months.
Security - Daniel Beck
Infrastructure - Olivier Vernin
Release - Tim Jacomb
User experience - Félix Queiruga
Chinese localization - 赵晓杰(Rick)
Configuration as code - Tim Jacomb
Google Summer of Code - Kara de la Marck
Documentation - Mark Waite
Events and Advocacy - Alyssa Tong
Cloud Native - Kara de la Marck
Platforms - Mark Waite
After those presentations, we’ll create "breakout rooms" in the online meeting that will allow those interested in specific tracks to meet, identify preferred times for their tracks, and prepare draft agendas for their tracks.
Smaller sessions ("tracks") will be run in the 48 hour period between the opening session and the closing session. These smaller sessions will be focused on specific topics. A track leader will organize the track meeting, facilitate discussions in the track meeting, and present a summary of the track results in the closing session.
The opening session will start Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 15:00 UTC. After an initial welcome and overview, we’ll hear from track leaders as they share the results from their track meetings.
We’ll identify items that should be added to the Jenkins roadmap, items that should be further investigated by special interest groups, and items that need further discussion elsewhere.