[openstack-dev] [Heat] PTL Candidacy

TIANTIAN tiantian223 at 163.com
Tue Apr 7 10:31:03 UTC 2015

I am very happy to work with you:)
At 2015-04-07 10:50:23, "Steve Baker" <sbaker at redhat.com> wrote:
>I'd like to announce my candidacy for the Heat PTL in Liberty.
>As I was the PTL during Icehouse, this will be Heat's first rerun PTL 
>under our convention for rotating leaders. Even if elected I would hope 
>that we continue to find Heat PTL new-blood for future cycles.
>Towards the end of the Kilo cycle we started to get some momentum on 
>landing the changes required for the Convergence effort. The aim will be 
>to get much of the first-phase features landing early in Liberty, and 
>spend the rest of the cycle focusing on convergence features which 
>provide the most user benefit.
>There are important maintenance tasks in the Liberty cycle which will 
>need continued effort, including functional/integration testing, content 
>for the template-writer's guide, and general usability improvements.
>It seems that our merge throughput would be higher if our existing 
>review attention were more coordinated. Nova has had some success with 
>priorities, and Swift works well with a PTL curated etherpad of 
>suggested reviews. I'd like to discuss the options with other heat 
>cores, and am currently suggesting something like the Swift approach.
>As the Big Tent process continues to mature I'd like to ensure that Heat 
>is well positioned to qualify for the appropriate tags as they are 
>defined. Also it would be worth looking into whether there should be 
>heat-related tags available for projects with sufficiently mature 
>resource implementations.
>I'll be continuing Heat's tradition of the leadership emerging from a 
>shared consensus, leaving the PTL as a point of coordination within the 
>project, and a point of communication to the greater ecosystem.
>I look forward to the opportunity to do this!
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