[openstack-dev] [nova] Self-nomination for PTL in Queens

Nicolas Bock nicolasbock.openstack at gmail.com
Wed Aug 9 04:16:21 UTC 2017

On Tue, Aug 08, 2017 at 03:58:20PM -0500, Matt Riedemann wrote:
>Hi everyone,
>This is my self-nomination to continue running as Nova PTL for the 
>Queens cycle.

+1 !

>If elected, this would be my fourth term as Nova PTL. While I try to 
>continually improve, at this point I have a fairly steady way of doing 
>things and most people are probably used to that by now. That's not to 
>say it's the best way of doing things, so I'm always open to getting 
>feedback on what people would like to see more (or less) of from me.
>I really see this as a service role and I'm happy to continue being of 
>service for another release, which includes preparing for the PTG and 
>Forum, being aware of the schedule and communicating major changes or 
>plans to various groups (developers, operators, Foundation staff, 
>I'm also happy to say that I'm fortunate enough to have an employer that
>supports me doing this again and the amount of time it takes working 
>mostly full time in the community.
>As for Queens content, we made a lot of progress again in Pike but 
>some things are left undone and that's what I'd like to focus on in 
>Queens. Specifically:
>- Continue to evolve and solidify Nova's interaction with the Placement
>  service, which includes getting the allocations code out of the
>  compute service, fully supporting shared storage providers (and
>  testing that in the Ceph CI job), and finally adding the nested
>  resource providers support which will enable other features like vGPUs
>  and other hardware-accelerated configurations.
>- Close some gaps in our multi-cell support, mainly related to up-calls
>  for reschedules during build and affinity/anti-affinity sanity checks,
>  and also work on real multi-cell deployment testing in a multi-node CI
>  job.
>- Finish the Cinder 3.27 API integration early (before the PTG) so we
>  can finally get volume multi-attach support.
>- Cleanup the documentation now that it has moved in-tree.
>Finally, a personal goal for me is going to be working on helping 
>mentor someone into the PTL role for the Rocky release, so if you are 
>interested in this role, please reach out.
>Thanks for your consideration.
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