[OSA][openstack-ansible] Stepping down from core reviewer
jonathan.rosser at rd.bbc.co.uk
Tue Oct 1 20:08:42 UTC 2019
Agreed this is a sad day - you've been super cool helping me grapple
with all that comes with OpenStack, and I wholeheartedly agree that the
OSA community has been a special place where deployers have "got on with
it" in a very user oriented way.
Hopefully we can maintain that DNA you describe... your description is
spot on, and thanks for being part of creating it :)
On 27/09/2019 15:20, Jean-Philippe Evrard wrote:
> Hello OSA friends,
> It's with great sadness that announcing I will be stepping down from OpenStack-Ansible's core role.
> OSA has been the place where I grew from contributor to OpenStack core for the first time, so it will always keep a special place in my mind :) It's also where I met contributors I can now consider personal friends. It's a project I've helped grow and prosper the last 4 years. I am very happy of what we have all achieved.
> My last goals in OSA were to simplify it further and a focus on bare metal. Those efforts are either merged or advanced enough nowadays. I consider I have achieved what I wanted to: OSA is now easier than ever to manage, contribute, and deliver.
> With more experienced people leaving and new people joining, I sure hope the DNA of the project will stay the same: An always welcoming and friendly community, with a no-bullshit and not-too-serious attitude. A project focusing on operator issues and use cases, mentoring contributors to be great members of the OpenStack community.
> Again, I want to thank you for being an amazing community, and it's been great working with all of you.
> I think there are still plenty of things OSA can achieve. If you want my opinion, you shouldn't hesitate to contact me. I just don't have enough time to keep up with the reviews, nor am I actively contributing enough to stay at core.
> All the best,
> Jean-Philippe Evrard (evrardjp)
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