[openstack-dev] [tripleo] TripleO PTL candidacy
emilien at redhat.com
Mon Sep 12 00:27:10 UTC 2016
This is my candidacy for PTL role in the TripleO team for the Ocata cycle.
I had the immense pleasure  to lead Puppet OpenStack team during 18 months
and we succeeded in improving Continuous Integration with more coverage,
accelerating Release management, growing our Community, bringing more
consistency in the way to configure OpenStack and staying the most-used project
to deploy OpenStack in production . I plan to re-use this experience for
I see the PTL role as a catalyst for the team:
- Release projects early and often. Continue to delegate the release management
task to team members, like we did during Newton cycle.
- Never stop to increase testing coverage and keep finding solutions to
scale-up Continuous Integration system. TripleO scenarios were a start,
let's continue the efforts and improve it during Ocata .
- Animate collaboration with OpenStack vendors who provide backends and
drivers in TripleO  to bring testing scenarios so we can actually test
- Continue the efforts to find a consensus on which tool TripleO CI should
use with regard to TripleO Quickstart vs tripleo-ci.
- Welcome new contributors by keeping regular TripleO deep-dive sessions,
organizing documentation sprints and making sure help is provided on
mailing-lists and IRC channel.
- Enforcing our feature freeze exception policy and improve communications
to better understand the feature we want in a release, and try to stick
- Help to scale the TripleO team by investigating the creation of upstream
squads (similar to Neutron stadium but for TripleO) with different areas
of focus (e.g. UI / CLI / upgrades / CI tools / Workflows / ...).
PTL role would also be to coordinate the squads together.
- Being a proxy for OpenStack Technical Committee, Release managers
and other OpenStack projects in general, with good communications and
We will succeed in all these tasks with advanced teamwork and I would be
honored to serve our group as PTL.
Thank you for your consideration,
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