Open source isn’t open source without community. And so we were very excited to host our very first community meeting where we can bring everyone together in a virtual space to discuss anything and everything to do with Curiefense.
This post is a quick recap of what happening in the meeting so that if you missed it, you can catch up on what was discussed.
We started by introducing the core team so everyone could put some faces to names and get a sense as to who is driving this internally. There was a very special welcome to Aaryan Porwal, who has recently joined as a summer intern and has already made his first commit. Hopefully, that will be the first of many! Welcome to the team Aaryan.
Building a community from scratch is hard, so we wanted to highlight some of the awesome contributors who have made a significant impact over the past month:
A big thank you to our three featured contributors for this month. We look forward to celebrating more good work in the months to come.
We all know that content creation is a big part of modern-day community building and we’ve been doing a lot of good work in that space that we wanted to share:
We are moving ever closer to our 1.4.0 update and we couldn’t be more excited for it. There are 33 enhancements, with 30 being UI-related – as we revamp the entire interface to make the product easier to use and adopt. There are also 6 bug fixes and Nginx support in the update.
We will be available in the AWS, GCP, and Rancher marketplaces quite soon, but the ETA is still to be determined.
We’re expecting the 1.4.0 update to be released around the 9th of July 2021, so keep your eyes out for that.
We then opened things up to the floor and took some questions. Here are two great questions that were asked:
That brought an end to our first community meeting.
We hope you’ll join us for the next one!