An illustration by Emily Griffin of some of the women who contribute to OpenTelemetry.
An illustration by Emily Griffin of some of the women who contribute to OpenTelemetry.
Some of the women who contribute to OpenTelemetry — Illustration by Emily Griffin

Happy International Women’s Day!

The OpenTelemetry project would like to extend our thanks to all our women contributors. They’ve helped make OpenTelemetry the second most popular CNCF project after Kubernetes. A special shout-out to the women participating in the project’s governance committee and contributing as engineers, designers, editors, community cat-herders. Some of them include Alolita Sharma, Amelia Mango, Amye Scavarda Perrin, Constance Caramanolis, Emily Griffin, Eunice Kim, Harnidh Kaur, Hong Gao, Isobel Redelmeier, Jaana Dogan, Janet Vu, Kanwaldeep Dang, Karen Xu, Ling Huang, Liz Fong-Jones, Liudmila Molkova, Nina Stawski, Sarah Novotny, Zoe Cai.

International Women’s Day (IWD), held on March…


Hi Everyone! The OpenTelemetry project is excited to announce the 2020 OpenTelemetry Governance Committee election. In the election this year, there are four seats that need to be filled. The nominees will be shared on October 15, voting will take place between October 26–28, and the final election results will be announced October 30.

Vote!

If you are a member of standing in the OpenTelemetry community, we invite you to participate in this election cycle to ensure that the community is well-represented by the Governance Committee. In this election four people must be elected, each with two-year terms. Two current Governance…

Alolita Sharma

Software Engineer focused on Open Source, Observability, Search, i18n, NLP. Work at AWS. Board Director at Unicode Consortium. Governance at OpenTelemetry.

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