[Openstack-i18n] PTL non-candidacy
jftalta at gmail.com
Thu Mar 17 22:36:03 UTC 2016
Daisy, I did not expect that...
Well, the i18n french team, which is growing faster and faster, would
like to thank you for the great work you did as a i18n PTL.
Also, it was a real pleasure to talk to you and to work with you, cause
of your kindness and your efficiency.
See you in Austin !
JF Taltavull (jftalta)
On 17/03/2016 06:44, Ying Chun Guo wrote:
> Hi, team
> I'm writing to let team know I will not run for I18n PTL in Newton cycle.
> I18n team have a long history starting from July of 2013. I was there at
> the beginning. Almost 3 years passed, I see the team growth rapidly.
> Especially in the recently year, a lot of things happened.
> In Vancouver, we had the first I18n team meeting and we decided to go
> official. We made it in Liberty cycle. In Tokyo, tens of translators got
> their ATC codes because of translation contributions. We successfully
> moved to Zanata. We set up our own I18n repository. Translation
> contributions can be shown in stackalytics. Translation check website will
> be ready soon. Full time translators work together with us in Mitaka
> translation. There were 1 million words translations in Zanata after
> Liberty translation. I'm sure the number will grow a big amount in Mitaka.
> I'm so proud of the team and progresses we made.
> I appreciated the great support from coordinators. I appreciated the help
> of Elizabeth, Steve, Carlos and Alex, who helped to set up our own
> dedicated translation website. I appreciated Andreas's work on infra side.
> I appreciated Tom and Stefano who helped to set up the team. I'm so glad
> that I made a lot of friends there.
> I'm happy to see Kato announced his candidacy for the new PTL. I think he
> is well qualified. I will not leave. I will support the new PTL to make a
> smooth transition. I will continue as the coordinator of Simplified
> Chinese team and contributor of I18n team. I'm looking forward to see more
> achievements we make in the future.
> Thank you and best regards.
> Ying Chun Guo (Daisy)
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