[openstack-dev] [tripleo] PTL candidacy for the Stein Cycle
johfulto at redhat.com
Wed Jul 25 17:00:58 UTC 2018
On Wed, Jul 25, 2018 at 8:04 AM Juan Antonio Osorio <jaosorior at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello folks!
> I'd like to nominate myself for the TripleO PTL role for the Stein cycle.
> Alex has done a great job as a PTL: The project is progressing nicely with many
> new, exciting features and uses for TripleO coming to fruition recently. It's a
> great time for the project. But, there's more work to be done.
> I have served the TripleO community as a core-reviewer for some years now and,
> more recently, by driving the Security Squad. This project has been a
> great learning experience for me, both technically (I got to learn even more of
> OpenStack) and community-wise. Now I wish to better serve the community further
> by bringing my experiences into PTL role. While I have not yet served as PTL
> for a project before,I'm eager to learn the ropes and help improve the
> community that has been so influential on me.
> For Stein, I would like to focus on:
> * Increasing TripleO's usage in the testing of other projects
> Now that TripleO can deploy a standalone OpenStack installation, I hope it
> can be leveraged to add value to other projects' testing efforts. I hope this
> would subsequentially help increase TripleO's testing coverage, and reduce
> the footprint required for full-deployment testing.
> * Technical Debt & simplification
> We've been working on simplifying the deployment story and battle technical
> depth -- let’s keep this momentum going. We've been running (mostly) fully
> containerized environments for a couple of releases now; I hope we can reduce
> the number of stacks we create, which would in turn simplify the project
> structure (at least on the t-h-t side). We should also aim for the most
> convergence we can achieve (e.g. CLI and UI workflows).
> * CI and testing
> The project has made great progress regarding CI and testing; lets keep this
> moving forward and get developers easier ways to bring up testing
> environments for them to work on and to be able to reproduce CI jobs.
> Juan Antonio Osorio Robles
> IRC: jaosorior
> Juan Antonio Osorio R.
> e-mail: jaosorior at gmail.com
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