The Linux Foundation and its communities stand in solidarity voicing support for the Black community. The system under which we operate requires change to make justice and equality a reality. We support the individuals and organizations offering solutions for such changes, and we will be planning how we can support change as well.
We are proud (and privileged) to work with communities and members that support our initiatives and reflect the same values. We have collected statements from across our communities that voice this collective support.
We’ve decided to postpone the Node.js Security Working Group AMA this week. We’ll share a new date soon. In pressing pause we want to express our support to our entire community, and especially those facing racial inequity.
— OpenJS Foundation (@openjsf) June 1, 2020
— Continuous Delivery Foundation (@CDeliveryFdn) June 3, 2020
The power of together. We stand for justice.
— LF Energy Foundation (@LFE_Foundation) June 2, 2020
We stand in solidarity with the Black community.
Racism is unacceptable.
It conflicts with the core values of the Kubernetes project and our community does not tolerate it.#BlackLivesMatter https://t.co/AUNfkB3WOe
— Kubernetes (@kubernetesio) June 5, 2020
— Cloud Foundry (@cloudfoundry) June 2, 2020
— Helm (@HelmPack) June 4, 2020
To our Black, Indigenous, and People of Color members of the @Linkerd community: just know that you are welcome here, you are celebrated, and we will make space for you and amplify your voices. You are a vital part of everything we’re building together. #BlackLivesMatter
— Linkerd (@Linkerd) June 3, 2020
We have changed the design of our documentation page to pay respect to George Floyd and show solidarity to the events happening in the United States right now. We ask that you consider financially supporting orgs mentioned in the banner. #BlackLivesMater #BlackOutTuesday Thanks! pic.twitter.com/TYdTssV3zk
— WebdriverIO (@webdriverio) June 2, 2020
The @webpack documentation will be temporarily down for today to pay respects to George Floyd and countless others who are the victims of police violence in the Black community and around the world. #blackoutday #BlackOutDay2020 https://t.co/FPy0JITmjs pic.twitter.com/CgSndheO4A
— webpack module bundler (@webpack) June 2, 2020
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