The TOC is the team responsible for the technical vision, project oversight, and technical community decisions for the Continuous Delivery Foundation (CDF). Its members are elected every year and this year, Oleg was elected by the other members as the chair.
We’re s thrilled to announce 7 new members who will be joining Dan Lorenc and Fatih Degirmenci as part of the TOC.
We are excited to announce that Fatih Degirmenci, of Ericsson, was elected to fill one of the Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) End-User Seats!
We are excited to announce that Dan Lorenc has been elected the CDF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) Chairperson.
The TOC is responsible for the overall technical management of CDF projects, ultimately managing and guiding project technical infrastructure. Dan’s election to the TOC chairperson role is a recognition of his substantial contributions to the OSS community. These contributions include ongoing TOC leadership, numerous insightful posts on the CDF blog, active participation in CDF SIGs and general leadership in the community.
Dan Lorenc said, “I’m humbled and excited to be elected as TOC Chair. We have an amazing opportunity to make it easier for the industry to adopt secure, safe and productive Continuous Delivery tools and practices. I look forward to working with the rest of the CDF community this year! I’d like to thank Kohsuke again for his hard work on Jenkins and in the CDF. I wish him the best of luck in his new adventure!”
As the TOC chairperson, Dan will continue to be a strong voice representing the perspectives of the broader CDF technical community, especially to the governing board. The CDF is excited to see him continue to help make CDF the definitive destination for the continuous delivery ecosystem.
Dan Lorenc Bio
Dan Lorenc is a Staff Software Engineer at Google, where he’s been working in the PAAS-space for 6 years. He currently manages a team focused on building open source tools to improve the container/Kubernetes developer experience. Previously he founded projects such as Minikube, Skaffold and Kaniko.