Welcome New KubeSphere Contributors! Your Exclusive Certificate Is Ready!
KubeSphere was open sourced in 2018. Thanks to contributions from nearly 300 contributors, KubeSphere has more than 10 releases in four years, with over 10,000 GitHub stars and millions of downloads.
To extend our gratitude to KubeSphere Contributors and encourage more people to get involved with KubeSphere, the KubeSphere community has made Contributor Certificates. Today, we are happy to announce that 101 new KubeSphere Contributors have won the certificates.
About the Certificate
KubeSphere Contributor is awarded to people who have met any of the following criteria:
- Contributed code to any KubeSphere repository, including but not limited to projects, documentation, and websites;
- Shared high-quality technical blog posts on KubeSphere official channels.
Obtaining the Certificate
Most certificates use IDs imported from GitHub repositories. However, if you would like your real name on the certificate, please email email@example.com.
The contributors are listed in random order.
If you have made contributions, but did not see your name on the list, feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. We will grant you a certificate once confirmed.
View the first list of contributors at https://kubesphere.io/zh/news/kubesphere-certificates/. View the second list of contributors at https://kubesphere.io/zh/news/kubesphere-contributor-certificates/.
The KubeSphere community would like to express its gratitude to both new and previous KubeSphere Contributors. It is YOU who help us build a thriving community.
Your contributions do not have to be exclusive to code. Localization, internationalization, technology evangelism, and other contributions are also welcome. Come and join the KubeSphere community, and let’s reshape the way we use Kubernetes together.