Source: gVisor: One Year Later from Open Source
Since launch, we’ve increased our compatibility with many popular workloads and released a suite of over 1,500 syscall tests. This test suite helps to prevent regressions and also makes it easier for contributors to get started developing and testing their changes to gVisor.
We’ve also made our development process more open by moving bugs to a GitHub issue tracker, holding monthly community meetings, and starting a new developer-focused mailing list. We’ve also published a new governance model and code of conduct for our community.
In the last year we focused on improving our documentation, including new user guides, architecture details, and contribution guides, so that it is easier for new users to learn about gVisor and start using and contributing to the project. You can view these docs on a new website we created, gvisor.dev. Both the website and documentation are open to contributions. The changes have brought in contributions from dozens of users all over the world.
By Nicolas Lacasse and Ian Lewis, gVisor Team