[manila] Core Team additions

Tom Barron tpb at dyncloud.net
Thu Feb 20 12:29:42 UTC 2020

+1 !!!

On 19/02/20 15:44 -0800, Goutham Pacha Ravi wrote:
>Hello Zorillas/Stackers,
>I'd like to make propose some core team additions. Earlier in the
>cycle [1], I sought contributors who are interested in helping us
>maintain and grow manila. I'm happy to report that we had an fairly
>enthusiastic response. I'd like to propose two individuals who have
>stepped up to join the core maintainers team. Bear with me as I seek
>to support my proposals with my personal notes of endorsement:
>Victoria Martinez de la Cruz - Victoria has been contributing to
>Manila since it's inception. She has played various roles during this
>time and has contributed in significant ways to build this community.
>She's been the go-to person to seek reviews and collaborate on for
>CephFS integration, python-manilaclient, manila-ui maintenance and
>support for the OpenStack client. She has also brought onboard and
>mentored multiple interns on the team (Fun fact: She was recognized as
>Mentor of Mentors [2] by this community). It gives me great joy that
>she agreed to help maintain the project as a core maintainer.
>Carlos Eduardo - Carlos has made significant contributions to Manila
>for the past two releases. He worked on several feature gaps with the
>DHSS=True driver mode, and is now working on graduating experimental
>features that the project has been building since the Newton release.
>He performs meaningful reviews that drive good design discussions. I
>am happy to note that he needed little mentoring to start reviewing
>the OpenStack Way [3] - this is a dead give away to me to spot a
>dedicated maintainer who cares about growing the community, along with
>the project.
>Please give me your +/- 1s for this proposal.
>Thank you,
>Goutham Pacha Ravi (gouthamr)
>[1] http://lists.openstack.org/pipermail/openstack-discuss/2019-October/009910.html
>[2] https://superuser.openstack.org/articles/openstack-community-contributor-awards-recognize-unsung-heroes/
>[3] https://docs.openstack.org/project-team-guide/review-the-openstack-way.html

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