We have put a hold on accepting Community Leader applications for the time being. In the meantime please attend an event near you and see if you can help unofficially and learn more.
We see Docker Community Leaders as members of the Docker family. Although there are no direct compensation associated with being a community leaders, we often reward community leaders with free or discounted tickets to DockerCon, special swag, or treat you to a nice lunch (or drinks) when you come visit us at Docker HQ.
Docker community events usually range from 30 to 400 attendees depending on the popularity of Docker in your city and the size of the venue we find to accommodate the events.
It depends on what suits your local community best! Docker chapter events are usually two or three hours long and start between 4pm and 7pm. We usually have from 1 to up to 3 main talks of about 30 minutes but sometimes adjust the agenda to accommodate 10 minutes lightning talks. Workshop style events or hands-on-labs often work well too!
Once you are an official group, you are allowed to use the Docker logo on your chapter page as long as you respect our code of conduct. Review our media kit to choose which versions of the Docker logo you’d like to use.
We really appreciate all the contributions to the Docker community. Although we hope to collaborate with you in the long term, we totally understand it if you have to step down as an community leader just reach out and let us know whether or not you’ve found a substitute.
We are always looking for new office space to host Docker events or new companies to sponsor food, drinks, swag or video recording. If your company is willing to sponsor a local Docker Chapter, please contact the local Community Leaders directly via their local chapter page on events.docker.com/chapters
Please contact the local Community Leaders directly via the local chapter page on events.docker.com/chapters with your talk title and a short abstract.