[telemetry] Update cores team and team lead recruitment
dangtrinhnt at gmail.com
Thu Apr 18 01:32:10 UTC 2019
Thanks for nominating. We absolutely need your help. I will send out and
email at the end of the week.
On Thu, Apr 18, 2019 at 10:17 AM Adrian Turjak <adriant at catalyst.net.nz>
> From a billing perspective I'd be interested in helping Ceilometer where
> needed, and doing some code review to get more familiar with the service.
> When I first started with OpenStack it was in Ceilometer, so it has been a
> while, but considering our billing solution relies on it (albeit an older
> version), I think making sure it works, and still fulfills what we need for
> billing is important!
> I don't know if adding me to core yet is a good idea, but feel free to
> throw some review patches my way for Ceilometer. :)
> On 10/04/19 6:46 PM, Trinh Nguyen wrote:
> Hi team,
> As you may know, existing core members of Telemetry cannot work on the
> projects anymore. So, I would like to set up a new core team for Telemetry
> projects in the Train cycle. At the moment, only Lixian Kong and I have the
> core privileges over Ceilometer, AODH, and Panko projects. I expect to have
> 1 more core reviewer to help maintain Telemetry. So *please send us your
> proposal if you're interested*.
> This is the current structure of Telemetry:
> - AODH: Lixian Kong is the team lead
> - Ceilometer and Panko: myself. This is just tempory until we can find
> someone that has enough experience and willing to take the role.
> As discussed in yesterday meeting , you may argue that having
> experience does not necessarily qualify for code contributions but with the
> current situation, I would propose "*the willing to help*" as the number
> 1 criteria. We will move forward with it and fix processes when we see
> Thank all the people that want to keep Telemetry alive.
>  https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/telemetry-train
> *Trinh Nguyen*
> *www.edlab.xyz <https://www.edlab.xyz>*
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