[openstack-dev] [oslo] PTL for Newton and beyond

Julien Danjou julien at danjou.info
Fri Mar 4 09:23:52 UTC 2016

On Thu, Mar 03 2016, Davanum Srinivas wrote:

Hey Dims,

Thanks for the job you've done since the beginning. You rock.
Hope we'll continue to see you around anyway. :)


> It has been great working with you all as PTL for Oslo. Looks like the
> nominations open up next week for elections and am hoping more than
> one of you will step up for the next cycle(s). I can show you the
> ropes and help smoothen the transition process if you let me know
> about your interest in being the next PTL. With the move to more
> automated testing in our CI (periodic jobs running against oslo.*
> master) and the adoption of the release process (logging reviews in
> /releases repo) the load should be considerably less on you.
> especially proud of all the new people joining as both oslo cores and
> project cores and hitting the ground running. Big shout out to Doug
> Hellmann for his help and guidance when i transitioned into the PTL
> role.
> Main challenges will be to get back confidence of all the projects
> that use the oslo libraries, NOT be the first thing they look for when
> things break (Better backward compat, better test matrix) and
> evangelizing that Oslo is still the common play ground for *all*
> projects and not just the headache of some nut jobs who are willing to
> take up the impossible task of defining and nurturing these libraries.
> There's a lot of great work ahead of us and i am looking forward to
> continue to work with you all.
> Thanks,
> Dims

Julien Danjou
/* Free Software hacker
   https://julien.danjou.info */
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