[openstack-dev] TC candidacy
tristan.cacqueray at enovance.com
Thu Apr 23 12:10:02 UTC 2015
On 04/22/2015 09:52 PM, Mark McClain wrote:
> I'd like to announce my candidacy to continue serving on the Technical Committee.
> OpenStack is a growing community comprised of many parts and we we must view ourselves as one unit. As a TC member, I will continue to place the interests of the larger community over those of those of individual projects.
> There are several key areas I'd like to see the TC focus:
> The Technical Committee should serve as a high level forum to facilitate defining cross project technical and procedural requirements. While many of our programs share commonalities, there are still too many differences in policies and technical decisions. The addition of cross project specifications is a step towards unifying the development process and design standards within our community. As we accept more projects under the new governance model, the TC should work to facilitate developer mobility across projects by promoting best practices. Increased mobility will strengthen our community as it helps to prevent silos. Reviews are an another area the TC should focus on during the upcoming cycle. The TC should review and work with projects to improve the contributor and reviewer experience when contributing to projects both big and small.
> Cross Project Communication
> Our codebase has grown significantly over the years and a contributor must invest significant time to understand and follow every project; however many contributors have limited time must choose a subset of projects to direct their focus. As a result, it becomes important to employ cross project communication to explain major technical decisions, share solutions to project challenges that might be widely applicable, and leverage our collective experience. The TC should seek new ways to facilitate cross project communication that will enable the community to craft improvements to the interfaces between projects as there will be greater familiarity between across the boundary.
> Unified Experience
> For OpenStack to be successful we must strive to provide a unified experience for both users and deployers. During the previous cycles we have made progress in this area, but there is still work to be completed. When visiting user groups, a common thread during discussion is the installation experience. The TC should identify common installation configurations and work with projects to optimize installation and upgrades. Equally important is the users. The TC should work to promote and support projects such the OpenStack client and SDK which aim to provide users with tools that are well maintained, documented and easy to use. Our community has invested significant effort to improve this experience and this should remain a focus going forward.
> About Me
> I have served on the Technical Committee for last two years and I am a former PTL. Believing that OpenStack is a unified community, I have contributed code and reviews to many of our projects since Sent from my iPad
> We have built a very special open community through the contributions of many. These contributions have powered our phenomenal growth and I'm excited about our future!
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