[openstack-dev] [neutron] Stepping down from core
miguel at mlavalle.com
Mon Dec 18 15:51:37 UTC 2017
I can only echo here the sadness I expressed to you last week during our
one on one conversation. This decision shows, like in many occasions in the
past, that above all, you are a man a deep principles. As I said, I admire
you for that. You have made invaluable contributions to OpenStack in
general and Neutron in particular. We thank you for that. On a personal
note, I will always be grateful for all the mentoring and patience that
you have provided me for a long time.
What encourages me is your commitment to continue being a member of the
Neutron team. We need your knowledge, wisdom and guidance and we will
actively seek it. I am looking forward to it!
On Mon, Dec 18, 2017 at 7:32 AM, Sławomir Kapłoński <slawek at kaplonski.pl>
> Hi Armando,
> It's very sad to hear that.
> Thanks for all Your work for Neutron community as well as for all Your
> help for other contributors.
> Good luck!
> Best regards
> Slawek Kaplonski
> slawek at kaplonski.pl
> > Wiadomość napisana przez Armando M. <armamig at gmail.com> w dniu
> 15.12.2017, o godz. 20:01:
> > Hi neutrinos,
> > To some of you this email may not come as a surprise.
> > During the past few months my upstream community engagements have been
> more and more sporadic. While I tried hard to stay committed and fulfill my
> core responsibilities I feel like I failed to retain the level of quality
> and consistency that I would have liked ever since I stepped down from
> being the Neutron PTL back at the end of Ocata.
> > I stated many times when talking to other core developers that being
> core is a duty rather than a privilege, and I personally feel like it's way
> overdue for me to recognize on the mailing list that it's the time that I
> state officially my intention to step down due to other commitments.
> > This does not mean that I will disappear tomorrow. I'll continue to be
> on neutron IRC channels, support the neutron team, being the release
> liasion for Queens, participate at meetings, and be open to providing
> feedback to anyone who thinks my opinion is still valuable, especially when
> dealing with the neutron quirks for which I might be (git) blamed :)
> > Cheers,
> > Armando
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