Meeting Recording

Meeting Chat File

Attendees & Representation. Please add your name to the attendance table below.



Daniel HaveyMicrosoft
Jason NieszWalmart
Charles Liu Walmart
Jay Sheth Walmart

LF Staff: LJ Illuzzi


  • LF Antitrust Policy

  • Meeting note taker

  • Welcome to new attendees

  • R1 Release Status
  • PR Review (as needed)

  • Website ( support
  • General Topics (cover as needed)

    • Use Cases

    • Roadmap

    • Project structure

      • Governance

      • Technical Steering Committee

  • Discuss L3AF on Windows (Time permitting)


  • R1 Release Status
    • Oct 25th still in play?
      • Update Go, better docs
      • Move R1 release out to: Nov 1st?
  • L3AF R1 Release MAC
    • we can put together a blog post and conduct some media outreach and a big social push alongside the blog. This will also be a good bullet point for our ONE Summit news package when we have lots of eyeballs. 

    • Write Blurb!
      • The L3AF project is announcing its first public release. L3AF R1. L3AF is a multi-cloud, vendor agnostic eBPF as a Service orchestration system. L3AF provides complete lifecycle management for eBPF programs across multiple clouds. L3AF eBPF as a Service manages thousands of nodes enabling you to change eBPF program configs on the fly with no restart. L3AF provides vital eBPF program management for both User Mode and Kernel Mode eBPF programs with capabilities such as: start/stop/get statistics/chaining of eBPF programs and, retrieval of map data. If you are interested Home - L3AF.
    • Language that outlines specific details:
      • What's new in the release (specific features/capabilities and use cases they help drive)
        • Chaining and tail calls managed through the L3AF API
      • Why the release is significant (e.g. why should anyone care)
        • OSS, crossplatform, multi-cloud
        • eBPF as a Service
        • Led by Walmart, Microsoft and WiPro
          • Note to Jill: Let's stress the corporate clout of the project!
        • Throw in a link to documents and collateral
        • lift some material from the blogs
          • Include links to blogs
        • highlight industry problems and gaps that we are filling 
      • Call to action
        • We have a diverse and inclusive development process, and we invite you to join the community! Visit our Getting Started with L3AF page: 
      • Anything else the project feels is noteworthy

  • Website ( support
    • Choices are: 
      • DIY (Gitlab/Netlify, etc.)
      • Open ticket with LF Creative Services (CS) team and specify changes
    • How does ONAP's website work? ONAP opens a CS ticket
    • Proposed Next Steps to update
      1. Create a wiki page or google doc detailing changes (community effort)
      2. Open CS ticket (LJ)
      3. Invite assigned CS team member to design session(s) to talk through changes

Action Items

PRs for 1.0 release

Future Agenda Items