[Openstack-i18n] PTL non-candidacy
camunoz at redhat.com
Thu Mar 17 22:53:23 UTC 2016
It's been a pleasure working together in the past couple of years (wow it's
been long since we started). You have most definitely achieved some
impressive goals. Without your help and support the release of the new
translation platform for Openstack would not have been possible. Thanks for
all the support and hard work during this time.
Best of luck to Kato on his PTL candidacy!
Carlos A. Munoz
Associate Manager, Software Engineering
On Thu, Mar 17, 2016 at 3:44 PM, Ying Chun Guo <guoyingc at cn.ibm.com> wrote:
> Hi, team
> I'm writing to let team know I will not run for I18n PTL in Newton cycle.
> I18n team have a long history starting from July of 2013. I was there at
> the beginning. Almost 3 years passed, I see the team growth rapidly.
> Especially in the recently year, a lot of things happened.
> In Vancouver, we had the first I18n team meeting and we decided to go
> official. We made it in Liberty cycle. In Tokyo, tens of translators got
> their ATC codes because of translation contributions. We successfully
> moved to Zanata. We set up our own I18n repository. Translation
> contributions can be shown in stackalytics. Translation check website will
> be ready soon. Full time translators work together with us in Mitaka
> translation. There were 1 million words translations in Zanata after
> Liberty translation. I'm sure the number will grow a big amount in Mitaka.
> I'm so proud of the team and progresses we made.
> I appreciated the great support from coordinators. I appreciated the help
> of Elizabeth, Steve, Carlos and Alex, who helped to set up our own
> dedicated translation website. I appreciated Andreas's work on infra side.
> I appreciated Tom and Stefano who helped to set up the team. I'm so glad
> that I made a lot of friends there.
> I'm happy to see Kato announced his candidacy for the new PTL. I think he
> is well qualified. I will not leave. I will support the new PTL to make a
> smooth transition. I will continue as the coordinator of Simplified
> Chinese team and contributor of I18n team. I'm looking forward to see more
> achievements we make in the future.
> Thank you and best regards.
> Ying Chun Guo (Daisy)
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> Openstack-i18n at lists.openstack.org
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