[openstack-dev] Going but not gone

Markos Chandras mchandras at suse.de
Fri Mar 9 16:51:14 UTC 2018

On 03/09/2018 01:54 PM, Major Hayden wrote:
> 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/

Hello Major,

I wish you all the best on your new adventure! It's been a real pleasure
working with you (virtually or during the PTG) fixing all sort of
strange bugs. I hope you will still find some time to come and fix
CentOS in OSA whenever necessary :)


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