Team members are required to contribute positively to our efforts. Contributions in any form are welcome. We recognize the diversity of ways contributions can manifest and would like to be inclusive to all ideas. Want to write a science fiction novel which takes place in Israel and focuses on Kubernetes volume specs?
Go for it.
Each One Teach One
While each volunteer can choose which projects or task to work on, we expect all team members to be supportive and help each other. To ensure consistent collaboration and knowledge sharing we require each member to post a short weekly status update on our private support forum.
In the interest of fostering an open and welcoming environment, we as contributors and maintainers pledge to making participation in our project and our community a harassment-free experience for everyone...
K972IL is a non-hierarchical organization. All team members and supported organization representatives are welcome to act on behalf of the organization.
Changes or additions to the following rules requires a majority vote of the core team members. If a majority can't be reached or in case of a tie, the changes cannot be performed.
Following are the list of rules which require a majority vote to change as specified in the previous paragraph:
All our work should be focused on or related to supporting non-profit organizations manage their infrastructure using Kubernetes.
Team members commit to contribute positively to our projects.
Team members commit to do their best to keep the supported projects online, secured, backed-up and maintained.
Team members commit to do their best to be supportive and help other members and organization representatives.
Core team membership is achieved by contributing to our efforts for 2-3 hours per week for a period of 2 months. Core team members can get admin access to the K972IL infrastructure and may vote to change these rules.