The Continuous Delivery Foundation gives awards to recognize all the work that makes this community and the progress of Continuous Delivery possible.
View the Award Guidelines, Definitions, and previous winners here.
The winners were announced at cdCon! Congratulations to the winners. View them here.
2023 Award Categories
- Continuous Enthusiast ➡ Nominees
- Top CDF Ambassador ➡ Nominees
- Top CDF Contributor ➡ Nominees
- Top Doc(umenter) ➡ Nominees
- Top CDF End User (Nominated by the TOC and Outreach Committee)
- Most Valuable Jenkins Advocate ➡ Nominees
- Most Valuable Jenkins Contributor ➡ Nominees
- Jenkins Security MVP ➡ Nominees
Last year, Tekton Graduated, which means from now on, they also get three awards!
- Most Valuable Tekton Advocate
- Most Valuable Tekton Contributor
- Tekton Security MVP
- CDEvents: Most Valuable Contributor ➡ Nominees
- Jenkins X: Most Valuable Contributor ➡ Nominees
- Ortelius: Most Valuable Contributor ➡ Nominees
- Pyrsia: Most Valuable Contributor ➡ Nominees
- Screwdriver: Most Valuable Contributor ➡ Nominees
Note: Each project can decide how to elect their Most Valuable Contributor.
The nomination process takes place on GitHub to make the process open. If you don’t have a GitHub account, you can send us the nomination by email and we will post it there on your behalf.
The CDF Award voting is done by members of the TOC, Ambassadors and Outreach Committee,who will receive an email with information on how to vote. If you’re a member of one of those groups and have not received an email by March 10, please send us an email.
Projects may conduct their voting process however they choose to.
CDF Award Officers 2023
Thank you to Tracy Ragan and Ullrich Hafner who volunteered to be the CDF Award Officers for the five CDF awards listed above.
Timeline Awards 2023
- Nominations close: Friday, March 3
- Voting opens: Wednesday, March 8
- Voting closes: Tuesday, March 28
- Winners announced at cdCon + GitOpsCon: May 8 – 9, 2023