[openstack-dev] [Nova] Not running for PTL

Jay Pipes jaypipes at gmail.com
Fri Mar 28 16:30:17 UTC 2014

On Fri, 2014-03-28 at 09:57 -0400, Russell Bryant wrote:
> Now that PTL nominations are open for the Juno cycle, it seems
> appropriate that I should make my intentions clear.  I do not plan to
> run for PTL this cycle.  Nova PTL is truly a full time job.  I'm
> planning to take a month off after the Icehouse release for personal
> reasons so I feel it's best for the project to let someone else take
> over this time.

A well deserved bit of time off.

> Nova has a strong group of leaders [1] that work together to make the
> project work.  The nova-core team [2] works hard reviewing code to merge
> thousands of patches a year without letting the code fall apart.  A
> subset of nova-core, the nova-drivers [3] team, has gone above and
> beyond during the Icehouse cycle to help review blueprints to set
> direction for the project.  Additionally, we have others dedicated to
> organizing sub-teams [4]. I'm incredibly thankful for the dedication and
> leadership of all of these people.
> Thank you all for the opportunity to serve as the Nova PTL for Havana
> and Icehouse.  It is truly an honor to work with all of the people that
> make OpenStack happen.

Thank *you*, Russell, for the effort you've put into the PTL job. It is
truly a full time job, and you've displayed patience and professionalism
throughout your time as PTL.


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