[openstack-dev] [tc][election][ec2-api][winstackers][stable] status of teams without PTL candidates
alexandrelevine at gmail.com
Mon Mar 21 06:16:42 UTC 2016
My name is Alex Levine and I'm the current PTL of EC2 project.
Apparently I have to apologize for everybody because being in this role
for just less than a month I didn't expect I have to go through
elections for the newborn project so I haven't even looked at this side.
When I'd found out I contacted Tony and Tristan and asked what can be
done in the case and was told that I can either write here or attend the
Tuesday's TC meeting. I decided for the second.
But I see that I should make my intentions clear as well.
I am proposing myself for the EC2 PTL and this project is not dormant,
it's actively developed and supported. However, since 3 of our
blueprints to nova were dropped this cycle (for the second time) and
since Amazon doesn't seem to enhance its functionality way too fast,
recent additions were scarce.
Me and my team are intended to keep supporting the EC2 project in the
future. We'll attend the summit and have two worksessions.
On 3/20/16 7:48 PM, Doug Hellmann wrote:
> I won't be able to make the TC meeting this week because of travel,
> so I wanted to lay out my thoughts on the three PTL-less projects
> based on the outcome of the recent election (EC2-API, Winstackers,
> and Stable Maintenance).
> The EC2-API project doesn't appear to be very actively worked on.
> There is one very recent commit from an Oslo team member, another
> couple from a few days before, and then the next one is almost a
> month old. Given the lack of activity, if no team member has
> volunteered to be PTL I think we should remove the project from the
> official list for lack of interest.
> The Winstackers project is much more active in the repository, but
> there doesn't seem to be much traffic on the mailing list. It's not
> clear why no one signed up to be PTL, and I couldn't find a notice
> that the current PTL is not running. I'm tempted to suggest removing
> Winstackers from the official project list for lack of participation
> in project governance, but perhaps a probation period is in order
> since it's a relatively new team. Probation would depend on having
> the team find a PTL volunteer, of course.
> The situation with the Stable Maintenance team is ironically shaky.
> The outgoing PTL has entered the Nova PTL election, though he has
> said he would take up the Stable team work again if he does not
> become Nova PTL. That election will not be over until 24 March, so
> I think we should wait before taking any action. If Matt becomes
> Nova PTL, and no other volunteer steps forward, I will take on the
> responsibilities, though I do want to keep the Stable team separate
> from the Release team. That said, I would very much prefer to have
> someone else be the Stable team PTL so I hope we can find a volunteer.
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