[all][tc] Stepping down from TC

Nate Johnston nate.johnston at redhat.com
Thu Mar 5 19:54:32 UTC 2020

Thank you for everything you have done over the years Alex.  When I went to my
first summit (Tokyo), you and Lana were two of the first people I met and your
warm welcome helped put me on a course to become a part of the community.  Thank
you for being a person always looking out for the user and the newbie and making
all of OpenStack better for it.


On Thu, Mar 05, 2020 at 04:45:55PM +0000, Alexandra Settle wrote:
> Hi all,
> This should come as no shock as I have been relatively quite for some time
> now, but I will not standing for the Technical Committee for a second term.
> I have thoroughly enjoyed my tenure, learning so much about open source
> governance than I ever thought I needed 😉
> My work takes me elsewhere, as it did several years ago, and I simply do not have
> the time to manage both.
> I encourage anyone who is interested in governance, or is passionate about OpenStack
> and wants to learn more, to stand for the TC elections. As was proven by my own
> nomination and subsequent successful election, you do not have to be "purely technical"
> to stand and be a part of something great. Diversity of skill is so important to our
> survival.
> Thanks to all those that have supported me to get to the point, I appreciate you all and
> will miss working intimately with the community.
> Please do not hesitate to reach out and ask any questions if you are interested in the
> positions available, happy to help encourage and answer any questions you may have.
> All the best,
> Alex
> ________________________________
> Alexandra Settle
> Senior Technical Writer
> London, United Kingdom (GMT)

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