Community and Support
There are several places to get help with KFP:
- kubeflow-pipelines on Stack Overflow
- The #kubeflow-pipelines channel in the Kubeflow Slack Workspace
- Via a GitHub Issue describing your problem in the kubeflow/pipelines repository
- In the Kubeflow Pipelines Community Meeting
Kubeflow Pipelines Community Meeting
There is a Kubeflow Pipelines Community meeting every other Wednesday. This is an opportunity to learn about changes to KFP developments, discuss feature requests, and ask questions. When making a feature request, it is best to include a GitHub Issue as a written accompaniment to your request.
To participate, join kubeflow-discuss on Google Groups.
Bugs and Feature Requests
Bugs and feature requests should be recorded as GitHub Issues in the kubeflow/pipelines repository.
KFP is an open source project and welcomes community contribution. KFP has several components, each with its own contributing guidelines: