[openstack-dev] [trove] Considering the transfter of the project leadership

赵超 zhaochao1984 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 30 01:31:10 UTC 2018

I found I made a mistake on the subject of this mail, so I corrected it in
my last response, hope this won't make any further confusion.

On Mon, Jul 30, 2018 at 9:26 AM, 赵超 <zhaochao1984 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Since the new folks are still so new - if this works for you - I would
>> recommend continuing on as the official PTL for one more release, but
>> with the
>> understanding that you would just be around to answer questions and give
>> advice
>> to help the new team get up to speed. That should hopefully be a small
>> time
>> commitment for you while still easing that transition.
>> Then hopefully by the T release it would not be an issue at all for
>> someone
>> else to step up as the new PTL. Or even if things progress well, you
>> could step
>> down as PTL at some point during the Stein cycle if someone is ready to
>> take
>> over for you.
> Sean, thanks a lot for these helpful suggestions.  I thought about doing
> it this way before writing this post, and this is also the reason I asked
> the current active team members to nominate theselves.
> However, it's sad that the other active team members seems also busy on
> other thing. So I think it may be better Dariusz and his team could do more
> than us on the project in the next cycle. I believe they're experience on
> the project , and all other experiences about the whole OpenStack
> environment could be more familiar in the daily pariticipation of the
> project.
> On the other hand, I can also understand the lack of time to be a PTL
>> since it requires probably a lot of time to coordinate all the work.
> Dariusz, no, the current team is really a small team, so in fact I didn't
> need to do much coordination. The pain is that almost none of the current
> active team member are not focusing Trove, so even thought all of us want
> to do more progress in this cycle, we're not able to. This also the reason
> all of us think it's great to have to team focusing on the project could
> join.
> So, we don't have much time on the PTL election now, Dariusz, would you
> please discuss with your team who will do the nomination. And then we'll
> see if everything could work. We could also try to merge one the
> trove-tempest-plugin patches(https://review.openstack.org/#/c/580763/
> could be merged first before we get the CI could test all the cases in the
> repo, sadlly currently we cannot the other patches as they're cannot be
> tested).
> However that patch is submitted by Krzysztof, though is authored by
> Dariusz. I don't know whether this could count as an identifiied commit
> when applying PTL nomination.
> And last, I want to repeat that, I'll still in the Trove delepoment for
> quit a long time, so I will help the new PTL and new contributor on
> everything I could.
> Thanks again for everyone who help me a lot in the last cycle, especially
> Fan Zhang, zhanggang, wangyao, song.jian and Manoj Kumar.
> --
> To be free as in freedom.

To be free as in freedom.
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