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falcosidekick joins the falcosecurity organization
The Falco Authors
We are pleased to announce that falcosidekick, a Go project aimed to forward Falco outputs to a number of services, joined the falcosecurity organization on GitHub. Along with the project, we also want to welcome Thomas Labarussias, the creator of falcosidekick joining us as maintainer of the Falco project starting from now on. The joining of this project and of Thomas as maintainer is part of a continued effort of involving more people in the Falco project and to get Falco more and more extensible and consumable.
Falco in the open
One of the most successful aspects of Kubernetes is how functional the open source community was able to operate. Kubernetes broke itself down in smaller sections called special interest groups, that operate similarly to subsections of the kernel. Each group is responsible for a single domain, and sets their own pace. One of the most important things to a Kubernetes SIG, is the residual SIG calls. These are important opportunities for engineers across the industry to come together regardless of their employment status to work on building software.