[openstack-dev] Going but not gone

Amy Marrich amy at demarco.com
Fri Mar 9 16:22:10 UTC 2018

I've already said this but don't be a stranger. You've been a great
influence and mentor to a lot of people, me included.

You'll do great in the new gig and you'll be a real asset to your new team!

Amy (spotz)

On Fri, Mar 9, 2018 at 7:54 AM, Major Hayden <major at mhtx.net> wrote:

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> Hello there,
> I'm leaving my current role for a new opportunity and, unfortunately, this
> means I won't be as involved in OpenStack as much in the near future. I've
> spoken with our fearless OpenStack-Ansible PTL and I let JP know that I
> will resign from the core reviewers group immediately if I feel that I
> cannot meet the obligations of the role.
> With that said, the OpenStack community has been truly amazing. My first
> humble contribution[0] was a fix for broken glance tests back in 2011. I've
> done a little more since then and I'm proud to be a tiny part of what
> OpenStack has become today.
> I'd like to thank everyone who has reviewed one of my patches, fixed one
> of the bugs I created with my patches, and fixed the gate jobs that I broke
> with my patches. Thanks to everyone who has attended one of my talks at the
> Summits and thanks to everyone who has put up with my oddball suggestions
> at Design Summits, Forums, and PTGs. I have learned an *incredible* amount
> about OpenStack, Python, Linux, open source, communities, and how to be a
> better human.
> Thanks to the leaders of the OpenStack Foundation as well for their
> continued support. They have been excellent listeners and they took lots of
> time to consider my suggestions for improvements.
> I love you all and working in this community has been one of the best
> experiences in my professional career. :)
> [0] https://review.openstack.org/#/c/2652/
> - --
> Major Hayden
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