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

GHANSHYAM MANN ghanshyammann at gmail.com
Sun Mar 13 02:35:20 UTC 2016

Thanks Matt for your great leadership and hardwork around QA world.

It has been great working in your leadership and provided a smooth &
cool environment during
those period.

There lot of key things we achieved and with diversity of ideas. You
have been always very active
and present to help all. Your great skill and versatile knowledge
helped QA to achieve a lot and going
on good direction.

And yes best thing is how you cover your work time for all different
different timeznoes. From JST too, almost
everyday we can contact you.

Yea, we need you not only as team member also to help smooth
transition to new PTL.

Congratulation for being as successful PTL for 2 years.


On Sat, Mar 12, 2016 at 4:34 AM, Matthew Treinish <mtreinish at kortar.org> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm writing this to announce that I am not running for QA PTL this cycle. I've
> been the QA PTL for the past 4 cycles and I think it's time for another person
> to take over the role. I think during the past 4 cycles the QA community has
> grown greatly and become a much larger and stronger community compared to when
> I first took on the position in the Juno cycle.
> I strongly believe in the diversity of leadership and ideas, and I don't want
> the community to grow stagnant because it becomes synonymous with just my voice.
> Being a PTL is not the same as being an autocrat and I think it's time for
> another person to step up and take over the QA PTL spot.
> That being said, I'm not planning on going anywhere or leaving the project. I
> fully intend to continue working and being heavily involved with the QA program,
> as I have for been the past 2 years. (although maybe with a bit more free time
> now)
> -Matt Treinish
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