With the release of Apache APISIX Ingress Controller version 1.0, more and more developers have started to pay attention to the Apache APISIX Ingress solution. The Apache APISIX community hopes to establish a more direct communication channel with users and developers in the community to help them understand the development direction and development plans of Apache APISIX Ingress. We hope that every user and developer's voice will be heard. Therefore, the Apache APISIX community has started to organize bi-weekly online community meetings.
Every two weeks (Wednesdays) at 2pm, each meeting is about 1 hour.
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You can this document to leave the topics you want to discuss in advance
- Discussion of some new feature requirements
- Sharing of technical architecture design
- Feedback on bugs
- Experiences and pitfalls in using Apache APISIX Ingress Controller by yourself or your team
- Testimonials or complaints about Apache APISIX Ingress Controller
Of course, you are also very welcome to give your opinions or contribute your ideas to the construction of the Apache APISIX community, if you have suggestions and ideas for the meeting, please feel free to issue and reply to it!
We welcome you to join us to discuss the Apache APISIX Ingress solution, and we welcome you to join the community of developers to build a better Apache APISIX Ingress Controller.
If you are interested in the technical direction of Apache APISIX, want to develop it together, or have other suggestions or comments, you can participate through the following channels: 1.
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Start a discussion in the Apache APISIX Github discussion The discussion area is very active. From time to time, we'll also include a summary of frequently asked questions in the discussion to make them easier to find.