[openstack-dev] [sahara] Telles Nobrega candidacy for Sahara PTL
tenobreg at redhat.com
Tue Aug 1 19:18:02 UTC 2017
I am announcing my candidacy for PTL for the Sahara team for the Queens
cycle. In case you don't know me, I'm tellesnobrega on IRC. I started
working on Sahara in 2014 and became core in 2016 and not long after acted
as PTL for Pike cycle.
First of all, I would like to thank Vitaly Gridnev for all the help he gave
me on the beginning of the process, it was of great importance.
I have to confess that the job was a little overwhelming at the beggining
and took me some time to get used to the responsabilities and get a good
grip on how to handle the whole thing. I hope that I did a good job (the
team can speak better than I can about that) and hope that I will be able
to continue working as PTL this next cycle.
If you elect me, I would like to concentrate on the following efforts:
* CI and testing improvements.
We currently don't have a specific CI deployed due to some problems with
ours servers but this is a issue that we are fixing at this time. What I
want to do is try to improve our CI for cases like this so we don't spend
as much for migration. Having a sort of backup instance or even run both
with a LB balancer so we can *always* a CI running.
Testing is always an issue that we have to take care and I hope to get us
some time to improve our test quality and coverage.
* Bug triaging.
This is something that I mentioned the last cycle but we never had time to
get around to it, so I'm putting this up again. Our bug queue is not
extense, but I did intend to shorten it and didn't. I plan to do this for
this next cycle.
* Cleaning up specs
We have quite a few proposed features (some of them are awesome) that never
got to be implemented. I would like to run over this and prioritize what we
would like to do and make this list smaller while we improve our project.
I've had troubles with our documentation, most people who try to run Sahara
have trouble due to faulty documentation. I would like for us on this cycle
to have a couple Doc days so we can remove old information, update what is
still relevant and make things simpler for users.
I really enjoyed this last cycle as PTL and hope that I can do an even
better job this time.
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