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I'm hosting a Bug Scrub for Kubernetes SIG Node

It's been a long while since I last hosted a BSP, but 'tis the season.

Kubernetes SIG Node will be holding a bug scrub on June 24-25, and this is a great opportunity for you to get involved if you're interested in contributing to Kubernetes or SIG Node!

We will be hosting a global event with region captains for all timezones. I am one of the NASA captains (~17:00-01:00 UTC) and I'll be leading the kickoff. We will be working on Slack and Zoom. I hope you'll be able to drop in!


I'm an existing contributor, what should I work on?

Work on triaging and closing SIG Node bugs. We have a lot of bugs!!

The goal of our event is to categorize, clean up, and resolve some of the 450+ issues in k/k for SIG Node.

Check out the event docs for more instructions.

I'm a new contributor and want to join but I have no idea what I'm doing!

At some point, that was all of us!

This is a great opportunity to get involved if you've never contributed to Kubernetes. We'll have dedicated mentors available to coordinate and help out new contributors.

If you've never contributed to Kubernetes before, I recommend you check out the Getting Started and Contributor Guide resources in advance of the event. You will want to ensure you've signed the contributor license agreement (CLA).

Remember, you don't have to code to make valuable contributions! Triaging the bug tracker is a great example of this.

See you there!

Happy hacking.

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