Knative contribution guidelines
Learn how to join the community of Knative contributors.
Also see our Community page for links to Knative chats, discussions, or Q&A.
Important. Before proceeding, please review the Knative community Code of Conduct.
If you any have questions or concerns, please contact the authors at email@example.com.
Welcome to the Knative community!
This is the starting point for becoming a contributor - improving code, improving docs, giving talks, etc.
- Knative authors
- Meetings and work groups
- How can I help?
- Questions and issues
- Code of Conduct - all contributors must abide by the code of conduct
- Contributing to Knative - guidelines and advice on becoming a contributor
- Working Groups - describes our various working groups
- Working Group Processes - describes how working groups operate
- Technical Oversight Committee - describes our technical oversight committee
- Steering Committee - describes our steering committee
- Community Roles - describes the roles individuals can assume within the Knative community
- Reviewing and Merging Pull Requests - how we manage pull requests
Knative is a Kubernetes-based platform to build, deploy, and manage modern serverless workloads. See Knative docs for in-depth information about using Knative.
Knative is an open source project with an active development community. The project was started by Google but has contributions from a growing number of industry-leading companies. For a current list of the authors, see Authors.
Beyond the official documentation there are endless possibilities for combining tools, platforms, languages, and products. By submitting a tutorial you can share your experience and help others who are solving similar problems.
Community tutorials are stored in Markdown files on GitHub where they can be reviewed and edited by the community.
Please submit a Pull Request to the community sample directory under the Knative component that your tutorial highlights - Serving, Eventing, or Build.. A reviewer will be assigned to review your submission. They’ll work with you to ensure your submission meets the style guide, but it helps if you follow it as you write your tutorial.
Meetings and work groups
Knative has public and recorded bi-weekly community meetings.
How can I help
If you’re looking for something to do to get your feet wet working on Knative, look for GitHub issues marked with the Help Wanted label:
Even if there’s not an issue opened for it, we can always use more testing throughout the platform. Similarly, we can always use more docs, richer docs, insightful docs. Or maybe a cool blog post? And if you’re a web developer, we could use your help in spiffing up our public-facing web site.
Questions and issues
If you’re a developer, operator, or contributor trying to use Knative, the following resources are available for you:
For contributors to Knative, we also have Knative Slack.