first of all, I'd like to thank Clayton for kicking this off!
As I only just joined this ML, let me quickly introduce myself:
I am an Associate Software Engineer on the OpenShift machine-config-operator (mco) team and I'm based out of Berlin, Germany.
Last year, I participated in Google Summer of Code as a student with Fedora IoT and joined Red Hat shortly thereafter to work on the Fedora CoreOS (FCOS) team.
I joined the MCO team when it was established earlier this year.
Having been a Fedora/Atomic community member for some years, I'm a strong proponent of using FCOS as base OS for OKD and would like to see it enabled :)
As I work on the team that looks after the MCO, which is one of the parts of OpenShift that will need some adaptation in order to support another base OS, I am confident I can help with contributions there
(of course I don't want to shut the door for other OSes to be used as base if people are interested in that :).
Proposal: Create WG and hold regular meetings
I'd like to propose the creation of the OKD Working Group that will hold bi-weekly meetings.
(or should we call it a SIG? Also open to suggestions to find the right venue: IRC?, OpenShift Commons Slack?).
I'll survey some people in the coming days to find a suitable meeting time.
If you have any feedback or suggestions, please feel free to reach out, either via this list or personally!
I can be found as lorbus on IRC/Fedora, @lorbus42 on Twitter, or simply via email :)
I'll send out more info here ASAP. Stay tuned!
With kind regards
Associate Software Engineer
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