As an early stage project, SPIFFE is guided by a small but very active community of passionate software engineers with empathy for the problems the project will tackle. We will be opening up this community more broadly in the coming few months.
Connecting with SPIFFE and SPIRE
- Slack Most real-time discussions happen within SPIFFE’s Slack channel. You can join here.
- Mailing Lists Announcements occur in the following Google Group. There is also a users and developers list.
- Special Interest Groups The broader SPIFFE community is self-organized into Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that coordinate to manage specific aspects of SPIFFE’s design. A list of active SIGs can be found here.
- Social Media Follow us on Twitter.
While certainly a work in progress, a ton of hard work has already been put into breathing life into this initiative. The project would like to acknowldge Joe Beda (LinkedIn / Twitter) for his early work on SPIFFE, as well as his continued support. Credit is also due to the following individuals (in alphabetical order) for their continued support of SPIFFE:
- Bob Hagemann (LinkedIn)
- Diogo Monica (LinkedIn / Twitter)
- Enrico Schiattarella (LinkedIn)
- JJ Jeyappragash (LinkedIn / Twitter)
- Jon Debonis (LinkedIn)
- Louis Ryan (LinkedIn / Twitter)
- Mark Carter (LinkedIn / Twitter)
- Mark Lakewood (LinkedIn)
- Michael Payne (LinkedIn)
- Mike Malone (LinkedIn / Twitter)
- Nathan McCauley (LinkedIn / Twitter)
- Russ Allbery (LinkedIn)
- Vipin Jain (LinkedIn / Twitter)